Plant managers and hazardous chemicals
Because of the personnel manipulation. Operators are considered a "discard tool" and the management use them as such. The culture of "them" and "us" followed by the plant managers is pushing the plants to a place of Not getting personnel available to work.
I only resigned because of my status as a contractor rather than an employee,
Answered - Contractor (Former Employee) - Avon Lake, OH
Would have to be better a step up.
Answered - Machine Operator I (Current Employee) - Salisbury, MD
Plant closing or relocation.
Answered - Human Resources & Safety Coordinator (Former Employee) - Gastonia, NC
To find a job that would require less forced overtime, and better chance for advancement without having to relocate to a 12 hour shift.
Answered - Material Handler/Forklift Operator (Current Employee) - Sheboygan Falls, WI
Laid off. Plant burned down. Or asked to relocate
Answered - Chemical Operator (Current Employee) - St. Louis, MO
Reduction in Force.
Answered - Black Belt Leader / Capital Project Manager (Former Employee) - Avon Lake, OH