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Tucker, GA
501 to 1000 employees
1974
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Food & Beverage Manufacturing
Less than $1 million (USD) per year
Unknown
If you love ooey-gooey-good baked goods, H.C. Brill has found your thrill. The company, a subsidiary of Netherlands-based global ingredients giant CSM, makes a wide variety of commercial bakery products, including frozen doughs and batters, icings and glazes, powdered and liquid ... Read more

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    I have been working at H.C. Brill (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    Ready for commitment and security of a job a place where you come in and love working there every morning.

    Cons

    Nothing that can be fix to to time

    Advice to Management

    Team work make the dream work

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    Production Supervisor Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Tucker, GA
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    Application

    I applied through other source. The process took a week. I interviewed at H.C. Brill (Tucker, GA) in July 2009.

    Interview

    I arrived 20 minutes early and waited in the receptionist area a total of 52 minutes, 32 minutes PAST our scheduled interview.

    I was given a very informative plant tour by the plant TPM Manager that lasted over an hour. We sat in his office discussing continuous improvements and cost saving CIP measures for about 20 minutes. Afterwards, i was led to the Production Managers office and asked the normal questions.

    "Tell me about yourself"
    "What are your strengths?"
    What is the first thing you would do if hired"

    That interview lasted about 20 minutes. Then, I interviewed with the Plant Manager. There, I was asked questions designed to get to know me and my managerial style.

    Lastly, I interviewed with the HR manager. His questions were a repeat of the questions that I had before and I found him uninterested as I gave my quick replies. He often looked out the window in his office as I spoke. He did tell me that a choice would be made that evening after I left on which candidate to hire, me or one of the other two.

    In all, it was a very disappointing process. THEY called me after having reviewed my resume on a local job board and asked me to drive in 250 miles to interview. Then, the HR guy wouldn’t return or take my calls. It took me 8 days of calling and emailing almost every day to get him to tell me that they went with another candidate.

    The entire process left a very bitter taste in my mouth. I felt as if I were given an interview in order to fill a quota and I wouldn’t be surprised if someone already determined was always penciled in for the position.

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