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Mine was ridiculous. Engineers would come down and everyone of them needed their project done first and by a certain date. It was only myself and one other guy to complete work orders, and no one to make a priority list. Very unprofessional.

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Fast pace and if you don't keep uo you get dirty looks. Know one talks to you and training is almost zero. Horrible place to work old timers are all aholes

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Engineering moves at the pace of manufacturing, sometimes can move fast, sometimes progress is slow.

Answered - Coatings Engineering Intern (Former Employee) - Bayport, MN

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Fast paced

Answered - Administrative Coordinator (Former Employee) - West Columbia, SC

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The pace on good days will be fast, in general you have to be quick and responsive. Depending on where you work... would be slow all the time.

Answered - Sorter/Packer (Former Employee) - Bayport, MN

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Stressful and boring

Answered - Former Benefits Specialist (Former Employee) - Oak Park Hgts, MN

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The pace is fast in that management plans poorly so plans change pretty quickly.

Answered - Return to Work Coordinator (Current Employee) - North Brunswick, NJ

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Fast pace.

Answered - Associate, Material Handler (Current Employee) - Menomonie, WI

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