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  • Budapest, Hungary
  • 501 to 1000 Employees
  • 2004
  • Company - Private
  • Computer Hardware Development
  • $100 to $500 million (USD)

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NNG is a global automotive software house which identifies and delivers optimized, on-demand location-based services, in-vehicle user experiences, and cyber-security solutions for the automotive industry. With over 500 staff in regional offices worldwide, our company supplies ...
Mission: We at NNG believe that navigation and infotainment should be available for everyone around the world to make people’s everyday lives easier, safer, and more enjoyable. Our technologies bring people together, steer them around traffic, and help them make sense of the world around ...

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Nov 4, 2019 - Quality Assurance Analyst
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Ok Beauracracy rigid don’t dare about employees non flexible
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  1. Technical Author / Requirement Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Budapest
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Difficult Interview

    I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at NNG (Budapest) in Mar 2022


    This was one of the most messiest, disrespectful experiences I've ever had for multiple reasons:
    1. The HR person at the company forgot to forward my test for an entire week, and had to be reminded in writing AND through a phone call to actually send my completed test assignment to be evaluated

    2. The HR person did not get back to me with my evaluated test after another week, so I had to call, again, to ask if they're even still considering me. I did not get a full evaluation with feedback, only vague pointers, through the phone. Still haven't gotten the written feedback about my application.

    3. The test itself was a bad joke, they gave me a 6 page long text, that was in incredibly broken English. I assume it was originally written in Hungarian, then put through at least 3 layers of machine translation. This led to a text that was complete gibberish at points, about a fairly technical subject. I was given no pointers, a style guide, a glossary of terms. The only instruction I got was that "its language, both writing and editing style needs a serious review." It was not clear if they wanted me to edit the text, do a complete rewrite, two completely different tasks.

    4. I got 3 points of feedback about my test:
    -Some of the style choices, mainly the grammatical person used in the text was "unfortunate"
    -Some of the text remained difficult to understand
    -Some of the deliberately left in, pointless sentences were not removed
    I had responses to these, but since I only ever talked to the HR person, these responses fell on deaf ears:

    -I did not receive a style guide, or any pointers about this. It is pretty odd to deduct points for this. If this is a truly important, you should tell your interview subjects that you expect to follow a set style for the text, unless you are recruiting mind readers.
    -The text was hard to understand to begin with, and it was a fairly technical subject matter, it is unreasonable to expect people to write comprehensible text from a 6 page machine translated mess. The skill to understand broken English is also not the core skills that are required from a technical writer, more so an English teacher
    -Again, the text was about a very specific, technical subject matter, expecting your writer to be able to decide what is pointless fluff is unreasonable, as an interviewee has no idea.

    5. In general, I do not think that this test was a good one, as it did not measure skills that are actually expected from a Technical writer. Having applied to other Technical Writer positions in the past, and even creating Technical Writer interview tests before, I can say that this was the worst test I ever had to take. It was akin to handing an architect a blueprint, drawn on napkins with crayons, then expecting the person to "fix it". If I, or any competent technical writer, would receive such a text on the job, it would be rejected. Fixing this text, trying to decipher it takes more time than just doing a complete rewrite. Not to mention, that if the workflow in place produces such quality material, there are other, way more severe issues in the entire workflow that should be examined by management.

    6. I only ever talked to one person from HR. We never talked about what the job entails in detail, I never talked to a fellow technical writer team member or manager. I think it is bad practice to just hand someone a test with a deadline without discussing the job itself, and then "forgetting" to actually send the test in for evaluation for weeks.

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Company Updates

September 21, 2020
NNG provides the opportunity for its employees to work from home and our offices have also stayed open for those who prefer working in their familiar work environment. In accordance with our Healthcare and Safety Policy, we have taken our precautionary measures very seriously, ensuring our employees’ mental and physical wellbeing. This is why we currently conduct our job interviews primarily online; however, if needed, we can organize personal interviews following all necessary preventive steps. We provide personal protective equipment to all our employees and candidates entering the NNG offices, we have also equipped our buildings with disinfectants, and we ensure that the necessary physical distance is maintained between colleagues.

NNG Awards & Accolades

  • 2019 Competitive Strategy Innovation and leadership Award - Technology-Innovation Category - Arilou TechnologiesFrost & Sullivan2019
  • 2019 North American In-vehicle Network Security Technology Innovation Award - Technology Innovation category - ArilouFrost & Sullivan2019

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