Great People Diversity Great industry Development based company Mentors
Formal dress Slow churn rate Opportunity to growth is slow None NA
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Tupperware (Orlando, FL).
In person interview at their corporate headquarters. Interview set up by someone in an entirely different department than who I met with. I met with the HR Manager for about 30 minutes. She spent more time showing me a display of products than we did in the interview. Basic behavioral interview questions. I then met with the Senior Customer Service Supervisor and Customer Service Manager for another 30-40 minutes. More behavioral interview questions coupled with straight-forward questions and information about the position. On the way out I was shown more of the campus. When I asked what their timeline was for them to make a decision I was just told ASAP and that I would receive a call from them. I found it strange that I was not able to get a business card or contact info for any of the people I met with to send a thank you note. I called a week after the interview to thank the person who set it up and let them know I was still interested. I was told I would hear something as soon as a decision was made but I never heard from them. Not even a basic email saying the job was offered to someone else which I felt was very unprofessional, especially for a large corporation. Definitely sent up some red flags with regard to how they hand things.