I have learned a lot at Mueller, but in the last few years the majority of the upper management has changed. Most of the changes were not good. The management does not trust most of their shift supervisors, and none of the union employees. Management berates the supervisors on an almost daily basis, and does not stand behind them. Management is constantly looking for any reason to discipline the shop floor union employees. Training for new employees is without structure, and if they don't learn quick enough they are fired. This management team does not have any compassion for anyone but themselves.
Management has created a hostile working environment for both the lowly shift supervisors and shop floor union employees as well.