Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Harrison, OH – August 9, 2017
Campbell is in the process of restructuring. They have segmented their businesses and are working towards creating innovative products and have shifted focus to the most sustainable and profitable channels.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Leitchfield, KY – June 5, 2017
Can be hard work at times but someone was always there to help if needed. While I was there learned how to completly make the air tanks The management was fair to me and the co-workers became like family.
Distribution, Billing and Account Planner (Former Employee) – Leitchfield, KY – December 8, 2014
Getting the bills done for the truck drivers to get their loads. What I learned is to get my work done fast and accurate so the drivers could do their job and deliver to our customers we always worked together. Hardest part drivers yelling when their trucks we not getting loaded fast enough. When customers would call and thank you
Inventory Analyst / Cycle Counter (Former Employee) – Mount Juliet, TN – July 15, 2013
I loved my job and the people I worked with. I loved that my bosses let me do my job the way I saw fit. They had a lot of respect for me and my job performance and my ability to get the job done right and in a timely manner. The worst part was other employees not going by procedures, which in turn made my job harder. I learned that my job made a big difference in the day to day running's of our company also in the long run of things.
Working for Campbell Hausfeld/Wayne Water Systems/Powerex was enjoyable for many years. I was over security of all three companies which became very difficult later in the years because they were splitting and having different presidents with different ideals and how security and safety should be handled. They finally eliminated the security department and out sourced the security guards.
this close to home and i knew all the employees by name
trying to keep all three companies within their requirements became almost impossible.
International Logistics Coordinator (Former Employee) – Harrison, OH – August 24, 2012
I had various jobs during the 10 years that I worked there.
I had a lot of opportunities to advance. I started as a Marketing Assistant and ended doing International Logistics Coordinator. I really enjoyed coordinating during my time there. Logistics was where I learned the most and enjoyed it.
I enjoyed and got along with all my co-workers and managers while I was there.
The hardest part of my job was organizing NAFTA certificates.
The most enjoyable part of the job was working with everyone at Campbell and also working with our brokers and our freight forwarders.
cafeteria and the opportunities i was given to learn so much.
i hated to leave but i had my first child so i wanted to stay home.