Stressful and no job security for management.
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – February 22, 2017
Just to give you, the reader, an idea of management turnover: after one year as a production supervisor, I was the most senior of the entire management staff aside from the general manager. That will also give a clue as to why.
Employees were the only saving grace. Management was demeaning and even screamed at supervisors using derogatory language, all undeserved. Therefore, the production manager quit, the production superintendent left, warehouse supervisors quit, production supervisors quit, and maintenance supervisors quit. Not to mention how the maintenance department is grossly under budgeted...the best qualified maintenance acquisitions would in turn quit with very short terms.
As an hourly employee...excellent place to work. As a member of management...nightmare does not even begin to describe.
Hourly pay, hourly employee support
Short management lifespans, no preventative maintenance plan, unreal schedule requirements (hours/days off).