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Herndon, VA (États-Unis)
De 1 001 à 5 000 employés
Filiale ou unité d'exploitation
Fabrication d'équipement de transport
Ne sait pas / non applicable

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Avis des employés Volkswagen Group of America

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    « Misogynistic Culture »

    • Équilibre travail/vie privée
    • Culture et valeurs
    • Opportunités de carrière
    • Rémunération et avantages
    • Dirigeants
    Ancien employé - Specialist - Herndon, VA (États-Unis)
    Ancien employé - Specialist - Herndon, VA (États-Unis)
    Ne recommande pas
    Perspective négative
    Aucune opinion sur le PDG

    J'ai travaillé chez Volkswagen Group of America à temps plein (Moins d'un an)


    None that I can think of. Everything including salary and benefits is below average.


    Compliance and HR department being useless, women and specially women of color should simply STAY AWAY from this toxic misogynistic environment. Close to nil women in leadership positions. Women to men ratio in the entire company is a joke. People in this company don’t realize that a garbage is a garbage even if its in a Lamborghini. Lack of professionalism in this company is astounding and so is immaturity. If you are a male chauvinist, welcome aboard! Opportunities abound!

    Conseils à la direction

    Hire men and not boys who did not have a good female role model in their families. Boys in this company are truly threatened by strong and independent women. Mindless training on diversity is not going to make the company diverse. You need to address the root cause and make significant changes if you truly want real diversity. Stop making foreign service employees heads of departments. They lack knowledge of local rules and regulations and need constant baby sitting. They should not be in leadership positions! Hire local talent!

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Photos chez Volkswagen Group of America

Volkswagen Group of America photo de : Outside of VWGoA's HQ in Herndon, VA
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Volkswagen Group of America photo de : VWGoA employees planned action-packed days for the kids spotlighting the departments and teams at each particular location.
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    Entretien de Controller, TDI Settlement

    Candidat à l'entretien anonyme - Ajax, ON
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    J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 3 jours. J'ai passé un entretien à Volkswagen Group of America (Ajax, ON) en mars 2019.


    Interviewed by team of 3, comprised of H/R, and two Finance team members.

    Let me start with this question. How does an organization ensure that they select the right person for the job?

    For starters, it helps to show that they value applicants’ interest in the job they advertised and that they go in with an approach to get to know applicants who are sitting in front of them.

    When I applied, I knew I had the skill competencies for the job and was sincerely interested in the organization. The interview, I was told, was to find the “best candidate” but I felt that the interviewer didn’t engage or make a conscious effort to learn about me. The manager had no technical questions, didn’t ask to elaborate as I answered the questions posed to me from a question sheet. So, I read it as he understood. He kept nodding! I later learned that there wasn’t enough breadth to the answers I had provided. Then why didn’t they engage, I thought. I didn’t want to strain them with details so early in the morning and since I thought he grasped what I was saying, I assumed he was on page with me. Communication gap!

    What an antiquated and unskilled approach to screen out good candidates, I thought. I am technically good and am a good human being but didn’t have a fair chance in evaluation. I felt he was arrogant and had the old school approach to “I am in charge to interviewing” as he said that he had been with company for more than 28 years.

    They didn’t seem to understand how to value applicants in order be rewarded with the best of the talent pool for their organization.

    Questions d'entretien d'embauche

    • Phone screening, panel interview and Excel and Accounting skills test   1 réponse
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Prix et distinctions de Volkswagen Group of America

  • The Candidate Experience (CandE) Award, The Talent Board, 2017
  • Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality, Human Rights Campaign, 2017
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