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Listen to employees when we tell you equipment needs updated then do it. I am embarrassed sometimes to even say I work there because the quality of products going out the door are not up to my standards as to what I would want ppl to see come from my company. Carton coders never work and are horrible sticker machine are antiques . And stop working ppl so short handed that’s when the quality of products drop

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Upper management needs to get to know their employees. I had been there over 6 months, and my director made the comment to my supervisor.....I see we have someone new.....

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Safety is the most important aspect of any successful company. As a licensed electrician from Westchester County scrutiny for safety and quality are the norm. Efficiency and the ability to rectify unforseen obstacles are emparative in order to successfully accomplish any goals.

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Dissolve favoritism. Pay the employees better. No "slick talk". Try to give everyone a chance to grow within the company. Lower bilingualisim to a minimum. Make sure new employees with no exp, dont start with more pay than employees who've been there for years. This applys to kerry of elk grove...

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Try to dismantle the complexity

Answered - Thought Leader (Current Employee) - United States

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I would change all of the management! They all suck! Was harrased on a daily basis, was called a cry baby by my boss. DO NOT WORK HERE

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Hire decent management for once

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Work on communication between management and supervisors/ employees

Answered - SENIOR PROCESS OPERATOR (Former Employee) - Byesville, OH

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