What advice would you give the CEO of Clayton Homes about how to improve it?
Do whatever it took to eliminate the dishonesty of the good ole boy management structure similar to that of the Trump adminstration. Ensure that compensation is comensurate this the amount of labor involved, especially in relation to the cost of living in each specific area to ensure that CMH facilities do not continue to contribute to the growing wealth disparity, as well as the Underwater net zero or negative worth households in the United States. It seems to me if you are building houses for people every day that the people responsible for doing that should not be kept at an Underwater place in society. Flexibility in management issues that consider each individual should also be considered because the circumstances for individuals, regions, as well as the company and its many different types of facilities vary so widely that failure to do so is not only unreasonable, but is in fact, directly responsible for dissatisfaction in the workplace and an exceedingly high turnover rate that actually results in a net loss when considered against retaining good, trained employees, and I assure you a severely diminished NPS regarding both written and word of mouth reviews about the CMH companies.
Horrible not where I worked. We would get there around 8 and leave at close. We would be lucky to see 3-4 walk-ins and then make 50-100 follow up calls. With maybe 7-10 appointments made and only 2 showing up.
One phone interview, two in person interviews. I was an out of state candidate and they asked me to come back for a second in person interview (executive position). I asked if they would consider doing it via Skype because it would be difficult to get off work again, plus use vacation time to come back and interview. They said that was not possible, so I went ahead and took more time off work. The second in-person interview was literally 10 minutes and the hiring manager's boss just asked me about my hobbies and interests, nothing about the job or your typical interview questions. A few days later I got an email telling me they were doing away with the position entirely and weren't hiring anyone. I felt a little put out because that second interview could have easily been done via Skype and saved me vacation time and suspicion from my current employer that I was looking for a new job. Not to mention the fact that they didn't even hire someone for the job, they just decided after putting myself and other interviewees (I'm assuming) through 3 rounds of interviews just to decide not to hire for the position at all.
You submit your application and to get an interview, you must be persistent and call back to check on your application weekly. After you receive confirmation for an interview, usually the interview is about an hour and you will know whether you have the job or not within the next couple of hours.
Not much of anything you will make 24k guaranteed if you make it one year, you will be promised to make 100k if you "drink the kool-aid" ( you will get it if you worked there). Don't expect to make much