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

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Better raises, much better work culture. It is stuffy and condescending at TTM-Chippewa Falls with operation/management and workers.

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I would cut the head count by about 25%(underperforming group), and than increase pay by about 50%. I would also increase the vacation time by a week at 10 years and 20 years. I would enforce the rules that are in place and also require uniforms be worn for a professional look. I would lean heavily on supervisors and leads/techs to create a well oiled machine, and comensate them accordingly.

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Provide better benefits. Higher 401k match, lower insurance premiums, better plans, better vacation policy. Degreed (and skilled non-degreed) technical folks can get a job anywhere - give them a reason to stay with you. Your success in the defense sector will be driven entirely by the employees you are able to retain.

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Remove most of the upper management and bring in new management who know how to treat employees and run a company

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Have Supervisors / Leads that actually have clear communication skills. Leads that understand there department and could help train. Hold people reliable for their actions. Understand the difference between work and home.

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Make work schedule more flexible

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Get rid of upper managers from the corporate offices. They don't need that many to tell you how to do your job.

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Adequately staff key departments. Appreciate and reward good employees. Follow through with direct promises that are made. Remove worthless members of management that rarely enter departments that they are in charge of.

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Treat the employees a lot better

Answered - Production Associate (Former Employee) - Chippewa Falls, WI

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