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Interviews at Lippert Components
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I interviewed at Lippert Components
They're good people and will respect you and ask questions to see if you will stay working there once you get hired. Its easy work good job for anyone who likes entry level jobs but you can work your way up the chain if you work hard.
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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Crawley, West Sussex, South East England, England, England
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Lippert Components (Crawley, West Sussex, South East England, England, England) in Nov 2020
Awkward, cold and uninterested. I had the perception they had to do the interview for contractual reasons. I have been contacted by a recruiter with whom I had two interviews and they have been good. The interview process by the recruiting agency was excellent: clear, to the point and kept me informed throughout. The company was not up to a decent standard.
- Asked uninterested questions about my CV
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Florence
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Lippert Components (Florence) in Apr 2020
il colloquio mi è stato fatto da persone cordiali e disponibili, non sono andati molto in profondità ma hanno chiesto solo domande in generale. comunque mi hanno fatto una ottima impressione, peccato poi non mi abbiano preso.
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Anonymous Employee in South Bend, IN
I applied through an employee referral The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Lippert Components (South Bend, IN) in Mar 2018
2 interviews and job shadow. I was really happy about the job shadow experience. It really helped me to see what the job would consist of. It helped me to really love Lippert, and know this is the place for me. The staff was extremely friendly and upbeat. It seemed they all got along with little drama. Overall a good experience. The only thing I would change is make sure everyone has time blocked out for an interview. It seemed a bit chaotic waiting on managers etc. to show up to interview. Several people were tied up in a meeting and I waited awhile to be taken back or interviewed by different people than who I was told would be interviewing me. Not a big deal, but better organization would nail it down.
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Anonymous Interview Candidate in South Bend, IN
I applied through an employee referral The process took 4 days. I interviewed at Lippert Components (South Bend, IN) in Dec 2017
I arrived for the set time and was made to wait almost 40 minutes. Watched and overheard individuals talk as if they were semi-truck drivers, foul language. I knew more than the individual interviewing me. Was rushed through interview process so the interviewer could depart earlier to pick up their kids. Who does this? After witnessing some of the management I was introduced to while waiting, discuss other personnel out loud, I knew this was not the place for me.
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Anonymous Employee in Kaysville, UT
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Lippert Components (Kaysville, UT) in Oct 2017
He call you and get to know you show you what the company is about see if you were the right fit for the job and have a good personality as well as a hard-working and reliable
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I applied in-person. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at Lippert Components in May 2017
Filled out an application. Interview was scheduled. On the job training then put directly on the production line. Moved lines and some co-workers were helpful others rude. Rude ones expected new hires to be as efficient and experienced ones.
- Ability to perform the tasks associated with the job. Standing, bending, kneeling, lifting 75lbs and work in all the seasons.
I applied online. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Lippert Components in Apr 2017
Had a phone interview, along with an on-site group interview. They asked about my strengths and weaknesses, where I saw myself in 5 years and my previous experiences. The staff was extremely friendly and I was given a tour of the facility.
- Where do you see yourself in 5 years
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Lippert Components in Sep 2016
I was contacted via text for the interview, which was a positive for me with my busy schedule and noisy environment. I learned a lot about the company and what they do locally in Kaysville UT. They own the market on at least one of their key products. The parent company, Drew Industries, is solid. Some of the questions were way off from the job posting and anything on my resume. More related to building construction. In the short term they really need a person knowledgeable and skilled in building construction. Their equipment and operations don't seem to have a lot of maintenance needs to require a full time dedicated maintenance technician. I asked them to "earmark" my resume for if needs more aligned with my experience come up. Location would be ideal for me.
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 months. I interviewed at Lippert Components
Phone interview, 2 different on site interviews touring numerous plants. Seemed very freindly and positive during the process, making good headway. Plenty of potential, but afterwards were unable to commit.