I have been working at Rich Products full-time (More than 8 years)
Large company, but still a family-owned company, so there are intrinsic benefits that come along with not having to answer to Wall Street.
The benefits package is good.
Work-life balance is really good...at least in my department. Can't speak for others.
The company has been around a long time and is cash-strong and very stable.
Not many to mention. It seems like we get too techy and report-focused at times as some folks in WHQ tend to get siloed and don't always get the struggles of the production plants.
Pay is solid for the area, but equal positions at other companies nearby areas tend to pay more...sometimes significantly so.
Not a lot of upward mobility without moving to Buffalo...which could also be a pro because many people at the plants like their jobs so much that they tend to stick around for a long, long time...some as long as 30+ years.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Rich Products (New York, NY) in June 2017.
Worked through a recruiting company. First round was a phone screen with HR and second round was with the hiring manager. HR questions were fairly standard, hiring manager asked more detailed questions tailored to the role
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