From new age to the old way - C&S/ES3
Inventory Control Supervisor (Former Employee) – York, PA – June 4, 2012
I entered as a lift operator and last held the position of Inventory Supervisor. I was encouraged to use my education and improve with new skills such as learning how to use PL/SQL.
Up until my last two years, management was respected among all levels of the company. After a massive flux of C&S management was introduced, that rapidly deteriorated. A lot of audits that I helped to established were practically eliminated for nothing more than the fact that C&S management did not like the results. I watched as several of my co-workers changed their ethics to, what appeared to me, save their jobs.
I loved the initial atmosphere and the understanding that everyone held the same goals from top to bottom. The VPs I came to know where some of the most down to earth, common sense, and encouraging business professionals I had the pleasure of knowing. Too bad those traits did not trickle down to but a few persons.
I gave everything I could until my ethics were put to the test. I performed my duties to the best of my abilities and I held back. I will at least say that I knew what was happening and that I was not kept in the dark when it was decided to part ways.
use of technology and robotics to be more productive and efficient
reverted to c&s tactics, wasted potential of employees to keep c&s ideals and management enthroned