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Productive and great place to work
Senior Information Technology Project Manager (Current Employee), Nashville, TNMarch 4, 2014
Excelled in Project Management with PM tools including PWA, EPM, and Project 2010
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Great place to jump start a career
SAP FI/CO Consultant (Former Employee), Westchester, NYFebruary 21, 2014
Great place to jump start a career
Great place to jump start a career
Great place to jump start a career
Great place to jump start a career
Great place to jump start a career
Great place to jump start a career
Great place to jump start a career
Great place to jump start a career
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They are working on streamlining processes for a paperless company
National Account Specialist (Current Employee), Nashville, TnFebruary 4, 2014
Pros: central location
Cons: changes mean job cuts
Bridgestone is a great company to work for. The managers receive yearly training.
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Rewarding Job with serious drawbacks
Commercial Sales Rep (Former Employee), Charleston, WVDecember 18, 2013
Pros: work on your own pace, make your own schedule
Cons: no accountability, very little concern for employee saftey
I really enjoyed working for Bridgestone most of the time. Unfortunately the store that I worked at was not being shown very much attention from the corporate level. We struggled daily to fulfill obligations to our customers due to being understaffed and being forced to work in a more than unsafe building. This problem only worsened with time throughout – more... my career with Bridgestone. Not only was our building in poor condition, all of our servicing equipment was severely broken down and outdated. While working for Bridgestone I learned a lot about integrity and taking care of the customer and how important that is no matter what to be able to retain repeat business and be successful in any market. Our building was in very poor condition and needed lots of work, but again, when I brought these MAJOR safety issues up to upper management I was told that they were not going to invest anymore money into that current location. I found this revolting considering the safety of every person that worked at this location was in jeopardy every day due to the ignorance of the landlord and the inability of our upper management to persuade the landlord to perform the needed repairs. Customers as well as employees frequently commented on the condition of our building and it ended up costing Bridgestone a lot of business by resulting in us loosing some major key accounts. – less
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Good pay hard work
Order selection/Yard Hostler (Former Employee), Roanoke, TXOctober 18, 2013
good company to work for, they pay well, you work hard. there is always plenty of hours to go around. over time happened a lot. not very lenient when it comes to having to leave work early even in urgent situations.
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A world travel experience
Logistics Manager - Firestone Liberia, West Africa (Former Employee), World wideJuly 26, 2013
I worked all over the US and international for this company, most of the people were very good to work for, unfortunately my boss was not, lots of unpaid overtime and not too pleasant. Good company overall.
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Easy office job
Office Clerk (Former Employee), Kapolei, HIFebruary 21, 2013
Answer phones, process orders for warehouse, enjoy working with office staff, very small office staff, ver personal in the offcie setting.
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Work, Keep Your Head Down, and Your Mouth Shut
Undisclosed (Former Employee), Morrison, TNDecember 19, 2012
Pros: a paycheck
Cons: lots of gossip and bullying
Moderate to heavy workload and you will be constantly reminded that you should just be glad you have a job when they throw something else on you. It's best to just keep your head down and your mouth shut. Management will lie, harass, bully, and play favorites. Don't stress over that as there is absolutely nothing you can do about it. Some of my co-workers – more... are good people. There are some who you should steer clear of though because it's a dog eat dog place. The hardest part is going to work in a place everyday where people thrive on gossip and bullying instead of professionalism and hard work. The enjoyable part was getting to know some of the good people who work there. I wish I had more positive things to say, but I don't. – less
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Great people to work with. Micromanaging supervisors
Clerk III (Former Employee), Ontario, CADecember 6, 2012
Pros: great people
Cons: no room for advancement and micromanaging supervisors
I worked for Bridgestone for over 12 years. My Co-workers were great. No room to advancement. Management was not helpful when it came to help in situations. No open door policy if any issues occurred.
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Steady, secure place to be employed
Production Specialist - (Tire Builder) (Current Employee), Wilson NCOctober 31, 2012
Pros: bonus checks when our company does well
Cons: working 7 days straight of rotating shifts before a day off
A typical day at Bridgestone is productive from the time you get there to the time you leave.I focus on putting out the best quality product that I can make .The management teams are very thorough all ways putting your best interest at heart,making sure they provide you with the safest work environment and the best materials to produce a quality product.I – more... work with team members who are always willing to assist you if you need help.I have found that the hardest part of doing my job is trying to mass produce a product when the materials arent available.The most enjoyable part of my job is looking at the product that I have produce at my machine .I am still amazed at how I can put some raw materials together and prouce a product – less
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Excellent place to work. All office employees in office were there for many years
Accounts Payable Manager (Former Employee), Roanoke, VASeptember 22, 2012
Pros: discounts
Cons: bought out
Kept busy, learning each day, worked with great people for up to 17 years.