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Poor management support. Excellent training structure
Production Manager (Former Employee), Itasca, ILFebruary 14, 2015
Pros: training, great staff doing the real work
Cons: management, pay, process implementation, management loyalty
Unrealistic and vague expectations at the executive management level. Poor transitional planning/roll-out for new processes that require unexperienced staff to shoulder the blunt of the workload. Micromanaging culture at the branch level. Disconnected at the executive level. Poor supervisory/team lead support...because positions arent filled aggressively. Unmotivating pay scale. Culture pressures you to check your brain at the door. Employees not valued as indicated by their pay and "firing tally" kept on the dry erase board by a current manager as an "inside joke". Overtime and weekends are required with little indication of appreciation. Saving good point is recruiting has secured good people who with proper leadership could be great. Training is detailed and an effective introduction to the industry. Beware of promises made in interviews. Keep options open until you get in and see for yourself.
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High turn-over, unreasonable expectations.
Former classifer. (Former Employee), Southfield, MIAugust 13, 2014
Pros: a lot of team building events, good training.
Cons: high turn over, unrealistic expectations, pay is very average.
Received excellent training and thought that the 100% review of work completed was a good idea. But it was difficult to meet the expectations for quantity of items completed, and everyone's individual progress is posted on a dry erase board for everyone in the company to see. So when you don't meet expectations, even if there's a good reason for it, you feel very embarrassed -- publicly. Also, supervisors seem to work outrageous overtime without getting paid for it, so there's no incentive to want to advance. Upper managers don't seem to care.