Picker/Packer (Current Employee) - Garner, NC - October 6, 2019
It was a temporary job wasn't really no chance for advancement people in my section in speak English so it was hard to communicate and will make the job harder than it will have to because they will be trying to do the same thing that I will be doing it was just it won't a good time
A job that offers great benifits and pay in the area.
Industrial Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) - Altus, OK - September 3, 2019
I work for a company bought by sigma called Bar-s. It is one of the best option for the area. The pay is good and the benefits are very good. Work life balance is poor and management can bring down unneeded stress on employees.
Security Officer (Former Employee) - Altus, OK - August 19, 2019
Came in as temp. Hired after a year. Raises are small. Co workers were always easy to work with. HR manager was brutal. Worked 29 days a month. All 3 shifts often in same week. Forced to do tasks fellow employees didnt have too. Offered a bucket as a restroom. Left after being forced to work 3rd shift after 4 yrs with the company.
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Project Manager (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ - August 7, 2019
This place is stodgy and antiquated. The computer is a blue screen from the 80s. Good Old Boys Club with no career paths for women. C-level all men except for the token HR representative. No career path, CEO is beyond his prime.
Old management, retaliation among smart people with suggestions is frequent, no place for women in strategic positions, low salaries, no domestic partner benefits offered.
Senior Tax Analyst (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ - July 19, 2019
I got fired for telling HR that my manager was a ultra control freak that caused me anxiety and that I couldn't work under her. They were the tax manager and tax director. Both were crazy. My position had at least 5 people rotate through it in last 5 years. With most being fired. Coincidence? I think not.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) - New Jersey - April 26, 2019
Lots of old school management tactics. Management sleeping with employees. Extreme Nepotism, constraint turn over, false promises, 50-50 chance you get your annual bonus after you hit ur numbers. Was told by management that all sales were not real because economy was strong therefore they don’t have to honor the bonus program.
Water works industry is strong
Nepotism, old school business model, in office affairs
CDL Class A Driver National Relief Driver (Current Employee) - St. Louis, MO - April 17, 2019
love my job - very sad to see the National relief Driver program being discontinued. I Think that they actually still need this program. Wish they would have been able to keep this program going for a few more years
Customer Service (Former Employee) - Lathrop, CA - March 29, 2019
They will hire you on the spot and promise you overtime. You won’t always have overtime that’s normal but They don’t train you properly, you have to learn as you go on your own . They are not kind to mistakes....Even if your just starting out. The only way for you to actually get around is to learn on your own since no one really properly trains you. If you make a mistake you will get written up , which to me doesn’t make sense to me since the definition of a mistake to them is breaking a machine , which is the most mistake there is . But let me explain myself before you draw conclusions...the reason y machines break bc of employees trying to meet the required amount of parts, but trying to reach that number is hard to reach Bc of the simple fact that the machine will have downtime. There’s a lot of definitions of downtime that happen that is normal for any company .that being said it’s not always possible to reach the amount required. The company doesn’t care if you turn in anything lower that what’s required they only look at the numbers and don’t see to the source of the reason when they should.For a lot of downtime mishaps you will get written up for that happen literally all the time bc of the fact that they want you to get a certain amount in by the end of your shift no matter what and the only way to do that is by going at a fast pace, but then like I said downtime exists if you go to fast or sometimes just happens bc it happens and then you get told it’s ok to go slow but then honestly at the end of the day they only care about the number you got and nothing else ,so - more...