Great pay, poor execution
Leadership (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – 12 July 2017
I was employed at Allegion for 10 years. I worked in multiple departments throughout the facility and got to know the entire staff, majority of which are great, honest, hard working people. During my tenure with the company I was able to advance at my own rate which was quickly and consistent in the time I was there. Once I was promoted to a leadership role I quickly identified the poor accountability that Allegion demonstrates for employees that do not follow policies in place. This comprised my role in a leadership position to lead effectively, meet deadlines and accomplish team goals. Work/life balance they are very accommodating and try to be as flexible as they can with business needs. They are constantly looking to improve but the end results from execution of projects lacks significant productivity gains and cost reductions. Again due to lack of accountability it makes it difficult to accomplish creating new processes that would be sustainable. Last I would say being a non-union company there is the pick and choose who is promoted to leadership roles which is why there is a lack of leadership/management within the company. The turnover rate for plant managers has been in question for years with 4 different plant managers over the last 5 years.
Pay, Overtime, Great Co-Workers, Advancement opportunities
Poor Training, Management, Accountability, Execution and Communication