Ford Motor Company, General Motors (GM), Toyota North America
J'ai travaillé chez Volkswagen Group of America à temps plein
Very Friendly, Paid Well, Diversity
Internal Politics caused stress for new employees
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Create Feedback Loop and forum for employees
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.
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