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What is the work environment and culture like at Flint Hills Resources?

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  • September 18, 2019

    Much like our parent company, we work to provide an innovative work environment where employees are encouraged to push the boundaries and grow beyond their expectations.

  • Competitive and challenging

  • From a theorist's perspective, this is a "Forced Culture." There are specific rules and guidelines to abide by - they are not inherently bad. The culture is actually quite good and effective. However, because of the strict followings, it is difficult to push change that is not directly related to money. Hence, the poor work-life-balance, refusal to give raises, no flexibility for schedules or working from home, old-fashioned workplace organization. The environment of people is good - people are smart, responsible, and caring. However, once in a while you find people who use the forced culture to get ahead and step on as many people as they want.

  • Koch uses a book written by Charles Koch (Good Profit ) that outlines the way thing should be run. The MBM is a very good idea and works in most cases.
    Contrary to the teaching of the MBM I found it being misused as a tool to discharge employees they disliked or they found no longer useful as determined by junior supervisors helpers.

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