- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Employees rate Munich 6.7% lower than the overall average
I worked at Vodafone full-time (More than a year)
+ If you end up in one of the better teams, you have a lot of freedom. I would count this as one of my best jobs ever, mostly because of the opportunities it provided.
- Lot of learning experience mostly because of the world class mentors I got.
- You can easily get lost in the bureaucracy. Many projects were abandoned, groups dissolved etc without much explanation.
- Salary was alright but nothing to brag about.
Advice to Management
Better communication to employees on the strategy and also better goals on how to get different teams to work together.
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Vodafone (Munich, Bayern (Germany)) in June 2014.
The interview was very professional. Questions were ask but you could ask questions in return immediately. The interview was more like a very open and honest conversation with the typical standard questions but not brainteasers. The interview was only with the boss as the manager couldn't show up. He started to talk about the company and the job position first and then were asking me questions. Questions about the company history were asked. He also showed me the different departments in the company and my work place