I have been working at Logitech full-time (More than a year)
people and how we are always challenging the status-quo
always thinking of innovation (from simple processes to complex products)
cultural diversity, interaction with people from all countries and rich discussions on the best outcome for the client
challenge the long tenured employees with the fast pace or different thinking of "new ways to doing things" doesn't always work.
Advice to Management
keep on bringing the changes, it generates opportunity! love to work here
I applied online. I interviewed at Logitech in July 2017.
1) Short call with HR
2) Initial screening face-to-face
3) Meeting with the hiring manager
4) Meeting with another manager
5) Phone call with the manager from step 4).
During the last phone call I was informed the job I was interviewing for was no longer available and was offered another less attractive opportunity.
Behavior not professional. Things took way too long and I had to ask for feedback myself. HR seems absent at Logitech.
Despite negative points, everybody seems happy and relaxed. The interview atmosphere was very pleasant.
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