Diesel Mechanic (Current Employee), Salt Lake City, UT – August 7, 2014
Pros: benefits and pay
Cons: none known
Excellent company to work for, I had plenty of work to do and would be well informed of company policies and procedures. My coworkers had a real team emphasis and were very supportive of company success as well with the management. Management treated me with respect and were eager to have me learn all I could.
Not a bad place to work. They have good ideas but don't follow thru with them. They don't train new employees properly. GM's usually don't last a year and there let go, a lot do to training issues. Co-workers and customers were awesome to work with.
Pros: working with national accounts and the state.
Cons: management must change for the company to survive
I worked out of my house for the most part and was the only person in the North Texas area from West Texas all the way to North Texas down to San Antonio. I was set up to fail. There was not way I could handle my job without more help. They brought in someone but I spent more time training them instead on my job so my numbers went down instead of the – more... sales manager doing his job. I loved working with my national accounts and resolving issue with the. – less
Growing company in process of building infrastruture
Director of Distribution and Product Management (Current Employee), Rockledge, FL – September 19, 2012
Pros: flexible work schedule, ability to help put processes in place
Cons: inability to hire more staff due to budget constraints
Each day brings new challenges to balance priorities and manage national accounts while simultaneously handling smaller transactions. Typical duties involve inventory management, supply chain management, procurement, logistics, customer service and warranty/claims management. My function supports our service to national accounts as well as our sales – more... team dedicated to selling in the commercial markeplace. – less