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I have been working at General Mills full-time
Great company to work for good at promoting and committed to improving diversity and inclusion
Some of the general problems with working in a large complex matrix designed company and sometimes change takes longer than is should.
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I applied in-person. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at General Mills (Cincinnati, OH (US)) in September 2019.
I met the General Mills Employees at the career fair, not truly knowing what to expect. I was greeted and discussed my experience. That was key for me, and I truly believe that is what got my foot in the door. I was called that night and was asked if I was available the next day. I went through an interview with HR and a plant engineer. I received a call a day later to see if I could come to the plant for an interview. I showed up and was sent through a "gauntlet" of management being asked many different questions. Be prepared to talk about your experiences and make sure your resume isn't "fluff". Also, ask questions they are there not only to interview, but to help you see if this is the job for you.