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What is the most stressful part about working at ThyssenKrupp?

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Lack of proactive solutions to problems

Answered - Production Supervisor (Former Employee) - Auburn, WA

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Stay away toxic environment for sure . Most coworkers are good but some are back stabers along with Management trust in what I say I spent to many years of my life thinking it would someday get better before leaving because the stressful toxic environment left me no choice.

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Maybe the fact that no one can tell you their job, job title, or job/description, because no one in the CORPORATE office was trained accurately. People roaming around daily with no structure/protocol/guidelines to make for a more productive workplace. All you hear throughout the building is "I think" "he thinks" "she thinks" because NO ONE KNOWS!!!!!

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Apply at your own risk I previously held this position and was given 2 weeks of training and 1 1/2 WHOLE WEEKS to "prove I can do the job". You are asked to do the job of 3 people and their main and only focus is the bottom line. They asked where I struggled at then used it against me to terminate my employment. GOOD LUCK!!!

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Lack of communication and follow though, unorganized pay scale.

Answered - Technician (Current Employee) - Danville, IL

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Lack of cohesive vision

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Lack of direction, Mangers who only care about themselves and not the employees. Toxic ennviorement

Answered - Territory Manager (Former Employee) - Cleveland, OH

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Management is neither trained nor accountable to lead their team members. Interdepartmental strife keeps productivity stumped

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All of it. Do not recommend.

Answered - Machine Operator (Former Employee) - Washington

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The lack of manpower or people wanting to come to work

Answered - Production Team Leader (Former Employee) - Terre Haute, IN

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