Inventory Control Analyst (Current Employee) – Wayne, NJ – August 14, 2017
The workplace culture is one of the best parts of this job. Everyone works together to accomplish what needs to be done. I learned a great deal from of superiors who allowed me to work on projects and be in meetings to help me grasp what goes on a day to day basis.
Job dispatcher (Former Employee) – Brea, CA – April 24, 2017
A typical day was me talking to people. I learned that if the company steped on a customers toes its very hard to regain their trust. Management was unfocused, unclear and not truthful. Culture was stressful, and depressing. Hardest part of the job was making it through the day. The most enjoyable part was making my fellow employees smile and see that little ray of light at the end of the tunnel and learning a lot about people.
Vice President, Procurement of Haier America (Former Employee) – Wayne, NJ, US – February 24, 2017
I spent 5 fives in Haier America. It is a global company USA subsidiary in USA, who have a variety culture employees working there. It provided a open mind and learning opportunity for every one; and we had a a good team-working spirit .
General Manager (Current Employee) – Wayne, NJ – September 14, 2016
Haier has moved in many directions and would seriously improve given a specific plan and goal. The rank and file seem to understand the market place conditions but management changes make a direct path to growth much more difficult that required.
Company did not reach their sales goal last year and unfortunately let go lot of people but instead letting go employees that they don't need, Haier let go employees that do the real work and not make much $.
4 people on HR department, 2 of them don't do any work. some managers don't even know what they doing.
bad quality products and don't value their buyers.
Human Resource Coordinator/ Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Wayne, NJ – November 9, 2015
Company lacks structure, Constantly reorganizing company, constantly disposing of good & hard working individuals, having employee's as if they are walking on eggshells feeling they are going to get laid off at any time.