Questions and Answers about ThyssenKrupp

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If you were in charge, what would you do to make ThyssenKrupp a better place to work?

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Take some well needed advice from the veterans of the company instead of feeling threatened by them and their knowledge, to the point of having them terminated for no reason.

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High sucessrate for thysenn crupp is a necessary factor seeing thysencrupp as a prospective employer ..

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I would make it to where employees don’t have to work 7 days a week

Answered - Team Leader (Current Employee) - Hamilton, OH

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Clean up the place, give all employees two months of severance pay, and then sell it.

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Make the investments in making the plant efficient, knock down the "walls" and begin a rebirth of developing a great team. There is not enough space to detail everything I would do.

Answered - STRATEGIC BUYER (Current Employee) - Fort Worth, TX

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Create an environment where it would be safe to discuss sensitive issues. Create a compensation plan that was easy to understand. Have team meetings to discuss what is happening in the company (good and indifferent). Encourage team participation in how to resolve company/customer issues and listen to potential ideas that could be beneficial

Answered - National Sales Manager (Former Employee) - Boston, MA

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Better management with actual management experience.

Answered - Tugger Driver (Former Employee) - Sterling Heights, MI

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Not as much overtime, and get rid of the union and senority list.

Answered - Machine Operator (Temp) (Former Employee) - Terre Haute, IN

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Make safety 1st and above all have teamembers work closely together for a better quality product, and a stronger workforce.

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I would offer all of the benefits within the first month of the hiring process so they don't have such a huge turn over rate.

Answered - Operator (Former Employee) - Danville, IL

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