A cheerless place to work given the incompetency of senior management
Operations (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 17, 2014
The good: The pay is above average. Tuition reimbursement is good and was easy to get. Co-workers are generally friendly.
The bad: The glaring and stunning lack of quality in senior management. Not all senior management is dreadful--a few are really good--but the bad ones are so dazzlingly incompetent the good managers seem imaginary. Example: problems on the manufacturing floor are overlooked for more serious issues such as the color of filing cabinets or the number of chairs needed in the lunchroom. While it is starting to change, a lot of the equipment is old and breaks down. There is also a fair amount of nepotism here. For some manager jobs, the turnover is nearly every year. Then again, a number of managers have never worked any where else—and it shows. Another reviewer mentioned a non female friendly environment; while not widespread at Salt Lake, some of that does exist.
senior management, turnover, nepotism