I worked at Molex (More than 3 years)
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I applied through a staffing agency. I interviewed at Molex (Lisle, IL) in March 2017.
This was a temp job that I applied on the Adecco website and worked with the recruiter there to have me scheduled for a 2 hour interview with 3 people- supervisor, team leader, and manager. The temp job were to last for 1- 1/2 years and had to go through with this process where I had to schedule my interview for in the morning and had to makeup my hours at my temp job at the time. Was asked situational questions such as what you've had to experience in certain situations or if you've dealt with particular situations. Supervisor and team leader seemed more laid back, but the manager wasn't all that bad, just more rigorous and straight to the point.
Finding the visitor's parking was a pain & had to go through a security gate & ended up arriving in the lobby about 5 min late only to have 3 other people ahead of me and a group behind me- all at the same time and we all had to give our ids to be checked in. So had to wait a few more minutes to be retrieved for the interview process.
But alas, never heard back from Adecco regarding their decision.... all of this for a temp gig.
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