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Clifton Pemble
86 Ratings

    good as 1st job after moving abroad, horrible place to work in, very destructive

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    Former Employee - Customer Care  in  Southampton, England
    Former Employee - Customer Care in Southampton, England

    I worked at Garmin full-time for less than a year


    They hire anyone technical minded


    Low pay, whole department is treated as 'they guys at the bottom' - especially by HR, management is made of people that survived in Garmin for many years so it's negative selection in it's finest (good people left long ago)

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    quit and hire real management

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Garmin Interviews

Updated 18 Aug 2014
Updated 18 Aug 2014

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Interview Experience


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Interview Difficulty



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    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Anonymous Employee
    Application Details

    I applied online - interviewed at Garmin.

    Interview Details

    The phone interview was mostly technical. The questions that I was asked have already been posted. I will be interviewing in person. I will tell more when I'm completely done with the interview process.

    Interview Questions
    • I would say most of the questions have already been posted.   Answer Question
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100 Fastest Growing Companies, Fortune, 2009
America's Top Companies, Forbes, 2009

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Headquarters Olathe, KS
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1989
Type Company - Public (GRMN)
Industry Telecommunications
Revenue £1 to £2 billion (GBP) per year
Competitors Navico, MiTAC, TomTom

Garmin hopes to make stopping to ask for directions a thing of the past. The company manufactures navigation products that use Global Positioning System (GPS) technology to wirelessly deliver geographic location data through satellite communications. Its portable products incorporate electronic maps and navigational charts. Garmin also makes communications devices that combine cellular and GPS technology. Boat maker Ranger and Piper Aircraft incorporate Garmin equipment into their products. The company sells its consumer products through retailers including Bass Pro Shops... More

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