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I have been working at Michelin North America full-time (More than 10 years)
Work Life Balance, Benefits, Recognition, Job Security, Communication
None I can think of right now.
I applied online. I interviewed at Michelin North America (Greenville, SC).
After filling out application, if you're selected to move on in the process, you're emailed a link with to complete a recorded video interview. The next day I received a call to set up a phone interview. The phone interview was conducted the same day, and it consisted of a few situational questions and the HR rep giving details about the position, etc. I was then invited in for an onsite interview. The onsite interview lasted approximately 2 hours. You first meet with 2 people in the department you're interviewing for. This was mostly a lot of "tell me about a time when..." type of questions. After completing this, you then meet with a career counselor for a short interview. She asked a few situational questions, as well as inquired about your career goals. It seems like a great company, but for an entry level position the process was a bit much. And pay was never brought up while going through the long process.