Lack of proactive solutions to problems
Answered - Production Supervisor (Former Employee) - Auburn, WA
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.
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!!!!!
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!!!
Lack of communication and follow though, unorganized pay scale.
Answered - Technician (Current Employee) - Danville, IL
Lack of cohesive vision
Lack of direction, Mangers who only care about themselves and not the employees. Toxic ennviorement
Answered - Territory Manager (Former Employee) - Cleveland, OH
Management is neither trained nor accountable to lead their team members. Interdepartmental strife keeps productivity stumped
All of it. Do not recommend.
Answered - Machine Operator (Former Employee) - Washington
The lack of manpower or people wanting to come to work
Answered - Production Team Leader (Former Employee) - Terre Haute, IN