I have been working at Wasserstrom full-time (More than a year)
People are nice; CEO is a really a down-to-earth guy
Benefits are there, but not the best.
I applied online. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Wasserstrom (Columbus, OH) in August 2016.
I was asked to come in for a face-to-face after a successful video interview, there was no initial phone interview. I'm surprised they still wanted to talk after the video interview because I was only able to answer like 2 out of 7 questions. These were STAR questions and only gave you 2 minutes to answer them, once your time was up it moved you onto the next question. Two minutes is not enough time to answer STAR questions. You have to set up the Situation, explain the Task at hand, the Action that you took, and finally your Result. In two minutes I barely got through the 'situation' and 'task' then ran out of time before explaining 'action' and 'results'. Two people interviewed me at the same time, one being the hiring manager who was very nice. I wish I could say the same for her boss who was also conducting the interview. He kept yawning during the questions which was very irritating and distracting, causing me not to be able to concentrate on my answers. I found it very rude of him to continue to yawn over and over while going through the interview. The only reason I'm not giving this a negative rating is because the hiring manager whom I would directly work for was professional and pleasant to talk with. Question types were all behavioral. I was given an offer but declined because the salary was much lower than my minimum requirement. I found it amusing that HR still went through the trouble of sending me a rejection letter after I declined the offer first.