Training program was good for graduates, but seemed poor for for other staff. Shortly after I left the company stopped sponsoring people for MBA/Masters studies - a sign that they do not really value the professional development of their staff.
Little vision from senior management, in general senior management were not inspirational (with a few exceptions). There were a few stand-out departments to work for - but if you're stuck working for someone who's just there to wait it out until retirement (and there were more than a few of them) then it will be a looong year or two of campaigning to get a transfer into another department.
Advice to Management
Show your staff that you value them.
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Ford Credit (Mesa, AZ (US)) in May 2014.
Ford Motor Credit reached out to me through the U of A job website. I had a phone interview first and then I had 1 in person interview. The phone interview was pretty basic, and it seemed to pretty much be figuring out if I was a reasonable human being.
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