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Fire the supervisors, manager, site leader, HR, and all the suck ups and bring in people who care.

Answered May 26, 2020

Constant turnover. 7 managers in 8 years.
Constantly making cuts and no internal development.

Answered March 11, 2020

Be honest. Because Honesty is th best policy. Don't talk of how great you are, but talk of how great you can grow. You are there to sell yourself, so be yourself. Don't worry about the past, look toward the future. Remember this though.,We Grow to Soon Old and to Are Smart

Answered February 15, 2019

The normal work week for an engineer is 50 hours a week. Typically putting in 10 hours each day, but not much more than checking emails on weekends.

Answered December 24, 2018

Fire management team. All so disrespectful,bullying allowed by management personnel, complete ignorance of all aspects of production lines. Hire More Women Supervisors not always going to be the Good Ole Boy System.

Answered March 28, 2020

What experience do you have, "name a time when you ______" (dealt with a customer, improved a process, etc.), why did you leave your last job, why are you applying here, where do you see yourself in 5 years, biggest weakness and strength. All the usual questions one should expect in an interview.

Answered January 20, 2020

Cummins is dedicated to their employees.

Answered November 1, 2018

It wasn't too fast paced, the job I did was kind of slow but it definitely wasn't terrible

Answered September 2, 2019
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