- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Volkswagen Group of America full-time (More than 3 years)
I couldn't dream of working for a better company. VW stands behind their good employees and notices the toxic ones and make it a great place to work. Upper and middle management listen to feedback and consistently make changes based on what employees want. VW is committed to being a best place to work. Opportunities are endless, and development plans are required and reviewed by your supervisor regularly. Everybody is helpful and willing to do whatever they can to help. They want to make your dream career come true too! The amount of optional overtime is almost unheard of, the benefits are unmet by other companies, VW offers an abundant amount of PTO, and the frequent fun events/outings and Learn and Drives are great! VW lets you lease corporate cars at a great rate and can get a new one every 6 months - 1 year.
Their attendance policy has changed for the better recently, but still somewhat strict. Their raises based on promotions seems to have flattened and are very conservative now.
Advice to Management
Keep it up! Keep listening to your employees and making quick changes to it a better place to work! Get rid of FIS at VCI or at least hire enough people on the front lines to make up for it.
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I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Volkswagen Group of America (Libertyville, IL (US)) in March 2015.
All interviews at VW should be the STAR behavior interviewing method. Be prepared to have about 10 FULL stories ready to share on all topics. At VW there is never too much detail in your answers. The more you share the better! They will probably tell you they will be writing down what you're saying (completely normal at VW) and you think your talking too fast or saying too much, but you are not, share as much as possible in detail! You will always have at least 2 interviewers, be prepared for 5 or more (just in case)!