Marketing (Current Employee), Scottsdale, AZ – May 19, 2013
Pros: great benefits
Each day is different. It is a must to wear many hats. One minute you are the creative director designing a coupon or promotion, the next minute you are answering questions for a sales manager on the latest promotion and then working with scheduling and supply chain on increasing production for a product that is in high demand. I have learned every – more... aspect of the business as I have to operate as a mini-general manager. My co-workers are like family. We work collaboratively together on projects and pitch in to help whenever needed. Working in larger corporation, you learn to fight for resources and network internally to make sure you are not forgotten and left out of the loop. – less
Development Chemist (Current Employee), Johannesburg, Alrode – January 20, 2013
Pros: market leader in adhesive technology
Cons: no overtime
Modifying existing products to meet customer requirements Performing tests on samples and products using different techniques & instruments (e.g. kanebo for packaging products, tensometer for testing labels, etc Providing technical support to operations and QC laboratory Maintaining the ISO 9001:2008 Quality Systems and conducting internal audits Attending – more... and scheduling monthly health and safety meeting as representative Performing risk assessment of potential hazards Keeping records Dealing with customer complaints and issuing corrective action Issuing of corrective action for non-conformities, investigating and follow up until acceptable quality is achieved Method and product validation – less
Acheson Company was bought by Henkel Company while I was still there. The Henkel products are well known world wide.I enjoyed my time at this company
Supervisor (Former Employee), Port Huron, MI – December 3, 2012
Pros: we were treated real well at henkel from management on down, pay was good as well as the benefits, the management worked with the management team real well, traded shifts if needed for emergencies.
Cons: they closed and moved down south, i would still be working there, enjoyed the work and workplace.
Working the second shift (3pm-11pm) started for me at 2pm. Converse with day shift supervisors going over problems and or products that needed attention. Check the schedules for needed changes or updates.Layed out work that was to be completed on the second shift or work that needed completed from the first shift. Learned alot on the different teams – more... (Audit,Root Cause,Housekeeping) about the ins and outs of company management. I was able to work with most of the 80 or so workers at one time or another during my time at Henkel. The hardest part of my job was working a tight schedule with machines broke or disabled. I liked the challenge at Henkel Co. and the enjoyment of our accomplishments. I was offered a job in a different city down south. I didn't wish to move at the time for personal reasons. – less