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What advice would you give the CEO of Niagara Bottling about how to improve it?

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Hire professional management/supervisor. Especially for the Hamburg, Pa. location. Horrible!

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Firstly, there need to be some organizational changes in all of the management. New procedures need to be created to ensure leads and management are being held accountable.

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Find better supervisors. There is one at my plant that has told me us workers are no one. We are nobodies because he/she is a Supervisor and we aren't. First of all no one should talk to anyone that way. No one is better than anyone. Everyone at Niagara matters. We all have a role there and we are supposed to be a team/family and 2nd a Supervisor should never speak that way about employees.

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The CEO needs to check with accounting and see how much money is lost due to scheduling shipments and having to turn drivers away and be charged TONU. You have 3 people doing a one person job, scheduler, a person setting up the shipments then a person communicating with the carrier. There is poor communication between the 3 and therfore a driver shows up and no product...SMH. You have more than one person scheduling Inbounds and Outbounds not communicatiing then they are more trucks than forklift operators, drivers having to sit for hours madness ensues. You talk about big rocks and little rocks. The fees paid out in TONU is rediculous you might want to start there. One person should handle all scheduling for 1 facility and their 3PL.

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Eliminate Favoritism, and listen to complaints of the employees and take into consideration on what they may say in regards to management violating company policys . The employee handbook should be followed by all employees and should be enforced equally, it should never matter who you are..no one should be above or treated better then others, its not fair and its not right!! I thought niagaras culture was everyone gets treated equal maybe in some places it may be true BUT not in others

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8 hour shifts. People need work life balance and opportunity to go to school, have a little time after work for errands, personal life, volunteering and community service, etc.

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Worry equally about the employees work environment as you do for production goals.

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