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What is the most stressful part about working at Corning?

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At the Fairport plant specifically, Merit is not the prime metric of contribution or worth comprising the company's assessment of an individual's value. Whatever is, is personal, essential, complicated and is not entirely tied to project's measure of success either.
The Fairport "plant" is very cliquiey. Agressive, relentless soft skills are what will just keep you afloat. It is unlikely you will successfully meneuver yourself into one of the three distinct protected classes where you are generally afforded the flexibility and a common sense backdrop to do your job. With over 15 years of regular first hand exposure, this comes from experience. Good luck, stay strong, be your own advocate and never forget who you are.

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Being discriminated against because the color of my skin

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Once hired, can I request a specific swing shift so I can carpool?

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Morale is horrible, management does not appreciate employees' hard work, high quota and high quality. Pay does not commensurate with years of commitment.

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Management team are disrespectful worst ever company to work for.

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I never saw Corning as overly stressful

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In Keene there's a good Ole boy aura and you don't get anywhere unless you suck up.

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Trying to be friendly,some people have bad attitudes,when we all need to come together for the safety of all of us!

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Knowing that my hard work and dedication would not get me anywhere

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Rotating swing shifts and bosses that have little knowledge of their department processes.

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