Relaxed environment with pretty decent/fair pay.
Pros: money money money
Cons: just your typical bad apples.
I have read a lot of bad reviews about this company; and because no company in the world is without fault, a few of the complaints I can agree with; but with that being said, this company has
problems/issues no different than any other company out there; and to slam this company in the way that many have; to me is nothing short of unconscionable.
People tend to forget that there is much competition out there and that companies are forever at battle to keep the competition at bay. Kane is not the only company that does what it does; so at the end of the day you have to remember one simple and what should be obvious fact; It is all about the customer; because without them, your complaints turn very quickly from the superficial to painful reality.
Yes! A typical day could be rough, but business was high and demanding. ... Job security!!! Isn't that supposed to be a good thing?
Yes! Management did not always treat people the same way. But I noticed that if you came to work on time, gave a fair and decent showing of yourself, and stepped up to the plate to help out when the workflow demanded it? .... The old saying: Scratch my back and I'll scratch yours tends to come to mind. If Management in your opinion was not treating you the way you wanted to be treated, my first suggestion to you would be to first; take a close look at the man/woman in the mirror? My second suggestion? ... Take an even closer look at the man/woman in the mirror.
Some co-workers were not so fun to be around, and the Management staff was not so quick to weed out the bad. A lot of people were given chance – more... after chance to better themselves not only professionally but personally. So let me get this straight; Management gave a lot of undeserving employees chances after chances after chances; .... ..... AND THEY ARE THE BAD GUYS FOR THAT??? Since when did having a big heart and not throwing one out into the street when they deserved it a bad thing?
The hardest part of the job was being out on the battlefield/warehouse floor with a solider/employee that was not willing to do their part to win the war.
The most enjoyable part about the job was; you could basically tailor your paycheck to meet your financial demands due to the consistency of available overtime. – less