Staley Steel LLC
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  • CEO
    Bryan Kindopp
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  • Company size
    51 to 200
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Employee in Pilot Point Texas
on December 13, 2019
While I am dedicated to my career and my job, I must admit it gets frustrating here. * No perceived trust in staff outside of the management team. * Superficial conversations with no real sense of caring. * Praise is never seen for hard work, but criticism seems to come swiftly without chances for seeing the whole picture. It makes myself and others fearful to contribute outside the narrow lines we are confined to work within. I like the people I work with. I think we all work well as a team until someone from management berates another publicly prior to obtaining all facts. These micro-management and perceived uneducated knee-jerk reactions erode our trust in you to effectively lead us forward. Over the last two years, the management team has turned our cohesive team who cared about the customers and proud of our products and services from willing to work harder than asked and enjoy doing it to doing only what is specifically demanded and nothing more. Was this your intent?
Welder/Fitter 2nd shift supervisor in Pilot Point, TX
on November 28, 2021
Rules only matter when they need to make an example of someone. As long as workers can show up on time and that's all that's required of them. It doesn't matter the amount of production an individual produces it will go unnoticed. They will reprimand the more productive worker instead of addressing the unproductive. Management would rather give more overtime then a raise.
employee in Pilot Point, Texas
on December 12, 2019
Staley Steel LLC can be a good company to work for. Turnover seems to be high at times and often there is a serious lack of communication and follow up.
Employee in Pilot Point, TX
on December 12, 2019
Can be a good company to work for depending on what you are looking for.This company was bought out. They increased pay and gave good benefits too. Co-workers are good for the most part. Most of the main managers (all VP's) are good to work with as well.
Office in Pilot Point
on December 12, 2019
Each day starts by catching up on communications, followed by resuming where one left off the day before. There are assignments to be done and emergency situations, but most days flow smoothly. How to be better at the actual job I do. Management (to me) assigns projects for us to finish in a timely manner, but is always there to help as needed. I don't feel micro-managed at any point. It's good. Stress (mostly self-imposed) regarding deadlines. The way our area works as a true team to make sure projects get done.

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