HARMAN designs, manufactures, and markets a wide range of infotainment and audio solutions for the automotive, consumer, and professional markets - supported by 15 brands. The Company supports leading entertainers and more than 25 million vehicles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of 15,200 across the Americas, Europe, and...
Mission: HARMAN is dedicated to global excellence in the branded-audio and infotainment markets. We develop and deliver solutions that embrace innovation, superior value and a...
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HARMAN is the parent company behind an array of world-renowned brands including AKG®, Harman Kardon®, JBL®, Mark Levinson®, Lexicon®, and Infinity®. HARMAN's reputation for quality and excellence inspired the passion of premium audio enthusiasts, best-selling artists and discriminating drivers for decades.
Many of our more than 13,000 professionals began their careers in entertainment, audio production or automotive design, bringing a blend of skills that complement the company's core offerings of automotive infotainment, lifestyle audio products and professional audio and visual equipment. We're looking for people to join our global family and continue building a sound future for our customers, our employees, and our company.
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Dinesh C. Paliwal
Chairman, President and CEO
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Farmington Hills, MI (US) Sep 2012 – Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Interview Details Instead of giving a technical quiz and allowing the person some time to come of with answers and response appropriately. Technical questions are demanded of you right than and there to evaluate your technical knowledge. Not just your basic questions with a few here and there gotchas or have to… – Full Interview
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