Dont lay off good people
Answered - Utility Worker/6th hand (Current Employee) - Catawba, SC
I would make the workers work straight shifts.
Answered - Shipper 1/stager and loader 0f trucks and boxcars (Former Employee) - Calhoun, TN
I would listen to my blue collar workers. Let the managers purchase things at a lower price, and demand quality work from contractors instead of letting them perform sub par work so the managers and planners can get kick backs while making millwrights work double shifts repairing the Garbage.
Routinely give competency and evaluation tests to all management to make sure thay know and do their jobs.
Make a behavioral change in management and terminate those that resist it.
I talked to a very devout Christian relative that told me he had done business with this company. He told me he saw a culture that was hard to believe, adults(only in age) acting like extremely spoiled brats. He was shocked.
First they should learn how to respect each other.
Start over from the top.
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Answered - Shipping Operator ll (Former Employee) - Catawba, SC 29704
Self-denial is very common here. Politically managed. Foolishly arrogant behavior.