At Coors Tek you never knew where you stand, they wield we are an "At will" Company like a double edge sword.
Casting and Firing Supervisor (Former Employee) – Worcester, MA – January 14, 2019
Coors Tek has a lot of growing to get to a top-notch company. The lack of training for new employees and the unrealistic expectation makes this company a poor performer. Work schedule expectation is a prime example of how not to treat your employee (you are paid for 40 hours a week, but expected to work 60 to 70 hours). One manage once told me he stop getting paid after Wednesday, inferring he expected the same from his subordinates. Additionally, there was no compensation for the extra hours worked. Work load and expectation often did not match, and the understanding of who is running the show was often sketchy. The weekly direction would change from day to day if not more often, depending on who thought they had the hottest issue. This made it very hard to feel secure in your position as you were not sure you were working on the right expectation. There policy for disciplinary issue were not follow fairly, so an employee may or may not have the opportunity to get back on track and improve. “At will” should not be wheeled like a bat or a club, you lose very good personnel when there’s not course allowed for improvement.
Coors Tek has a lot of potential for growth but it won’t achieve it if it continues to disregard and disrespect its employees.
lot of potential for growth
Lack of respect for personnel, no compensation for extra work, no training programs