I worked at Sullair full-time (More than 3 years)
Solid product with legacy, and a name for reliability. The employees who work there are the important piece that keep the company alive
Will not take your suggestions, will not train you to the level needed to be successful. No training plans for in house operations. Mechanical engineering teams will not assist on product development and knowledge sharing. The development of product is done with out input from those who work in the field.
Advice to Management
Listen to the people who work in the field. Listen to those who actually work in the field. The service department knows more about what is going on in the field and those designing new product need to listen to us.
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Sullair (Michigan City, IN) in July 2015.
I applied online and also mailed the HR showing my interest to work with them. Immediately got a call from the HR. She scheduled a phone Interview with the Hiring Manager which lasted for an hour. Mostly questions were related with my previous work experience. Later they called me for an onsite interview which was scheduled for 5 hours.
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