ProsReally good management. They are definitely trying to make it a better place to work. Safer, productive, and lucrative.
ConsAlways busy, can be a lot of overtime. Too many projects. This company is growing fast, and sometimes we don't get the luxury of normal.
Advice to ManagementBigger warehouse! Could use a 5 million sqft warehouse with tons of space and bring all buildings under one roof. This company would soar like a rocket. Already have the desires to be great but face
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 6 months. I interviewed at Tenneco (Chicago, IL)
InterviewFrom beginning to end, the process lasted several months. It was interrupted / challenged by COVID restrictions (not Tenneco's fault), personnel changes, and company executives changing their candidate expectations without notice and not revealing that until the very end (even as they had previously provided a full verbal offer and asked for my address to craft the written offer letter).
Usual questions about expertise; more questions/conversation around "fit" within the company culture (which both sides acknowledged did exist).Answer Question
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