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Hunt Valley, MD
1001 to 5000 employees
1985
Company - Private
Consumer Products Manufacturing
$2 to $5 billion (USD) per year
Unknown
TTI is a world-class leader in design, manufacturing and marketing of power tools and accessories, outdoor product equipment and floor care for consumers, professional and industrial users in the home improvement, repair and construction industries. Our unrelenting strategic ... Read more

Techtronic Industries North America Reviews

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Techtronic Industries North America CEO Joseph Galli Jr.
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    I have been working at Techtronic Industries North America full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    - Fast tracked growth
    - Competitive benefits
    - Management cares

    Cons

    - Relocation tough for some

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Techtronic Industries North America Interviews

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    Leadership Development Program Interview

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    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Techtronic Industries North America in February 2016.

    Interview

    I'm looking for a leadership, rotational program. I met a recruiter at a campus job fair and the program seemed to match my interests excluding the first year of sales on the ground. The recruiter expressed interest and we believed the LDP was a good match for both the company and myself.

    I filled out a standard, online application and attended the first round of interviews with the same recruiter. Our time was about 70% me asking him questions from details about the program to overall company visions. The recruiter excitedly followed up and scheduled a second round of interview, again on campus.

    This time, a senior recruiter held the interview. Our time was brief, about 30 minutes with a dozen or more interviews taking place that day, all with undergraduates excluding me. No preparation regarding resume review occurred and little background information was shared between the recruiters. That's perfectly fine. However, I was disappointed that a third of our time together was spent discussing my high-school experience. I'm 30. There was very little time to ask questions.

    Early the next week I received a rejection notice. Overall the process was easy and straightforward.

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