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I have been working at General Mills full-time (More than 10 years)
Great culture and integrity. Lots of opportunity to grow and advance careers. CEO understands the changes needed to keep the business growing. People are smart and fun.
At times work loads are heavy. If you don’t take control on moving your career forward by expressing what you want you can easily fall into the cracks.
Advice to Management
Continue to share expectations clearly without spreading us too thin.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at General Mills (Golden Valley, MN (US)).
The interview process started with a lot of back and forth with the recruiter. Recruiter was hardly reachable over email and would disappear for a week or so. This happened 3 times until he was able to hop on a quick call. The overall hiring process was not laid out and no information about the role was provided. Finally codility assessment test link was sent where I had to answer 2 coding challenges. After codility, a telephonic round followed by an onsite interview meeting a total of 5 people (4 hours including lunch). Onsite was mostly technical which included system design, DS case study walk through etc. One of the interviewers came across arrogant and uninterested right from the start as if someone forced them to conduct the interview. I wanted to walk out of the interview when I heard one of them sigh multiple times while I presented. After the onsite round, I never heard back from the recruiter; which I had expected. The whole hiring process of GMI left a very bad taste.