It's a job/paycheck mentality
Customer Advisor II (Former Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – December 6, 2017
Worked most the day with supply chain, logistics, production specialists, purchaser's/buyers and sales management through email and phone.
My team would work production orders/changes/requests of any kind and make it happen. We would start the material production through SAP system application to ensure it was received from point A (our manufacturing plant) to point B(customer).
We had 4 different managers in 4 years. The first three were some of the best managers I've ever had, very qualified with more than enough experience. The most recent, was the worst manager I've ever had for many reasons. I was informed by senior managers and our department's vice president that didn't think my current manager was qualified.
A majority of the co-workers were a huge reason for staying and they made the day more enjoyable(very friendly groups of people).
The job itself became redundant after a year of working there. Very little is learned after the first year of working in this job and the company offered little to no room for advancement or meaningful project work to keep someone motivated.
Co-worker relationships, chemical industry operating experience
Very little room for advancement