I have been working at Louis Dreyfus Commodities full-time
Managers are intelligent and attempt to work with you on scheduling and pay concerns. Benefits are strong. Large company makes moves to other locations possible.
Often leaders are overly cautious due to fear of failure or litigation. As with any large company, they expect all employees to be good copies of one another and can, at times, treat people as expendable believing there is an endless pool of laborers to backfill any losses.
I applied through college or university. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Louis Dreyfus Commodities (New York, NY).
Two rounds, one OCR, one at their office in CT. Mix of fit questions and puzzles / show us how you think type questions. The second round in their office was half a day of interviews, interviewed by 4 people, mainly traders but one researcher, as well. Also included an IQ-type puzzle test.
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