Internal Control Coordinator - Andean Region (Former Employee), Andean Region – June 6, 2014
Pros: work environment
Cons: lack of technological tools for the area (audit software)
A single day will start with several meetings with leaders from several areas in order to review several topics about controls in their proccesses and to keep them getting more efficiente and less time-consuming without avoiding any Corporate requirements.
Also, I will conduct several reviews (via Computer or In-situm) in order to evaluate control – more... environment – less
Viet Nam - Human Resources Director (Former Employee), Viet Nam – May 30, 2014
Pros: great values & ethics
Cons: quality of staff is still under development levelt accorss organization
Build People Strategy for country. Implementing Corp HR Strategies in country. Build annual action plan for HR to support business to achieve annual goals as well as develop talent. War of talent is critical issue in Asia. However, staff always work with passion and very smart.
Machine Operator (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – July 4, 2014
Pros: this company was for it's employees
Cons: some people wanted to do things their way instead of the way it was taught
Safety was a number one rule and I liked that this company cared about it's employees before money. The team helped each other when short-handed but everyone knew their roles and responsibilities for their positions. The management team was very effective and understood what it took for all employees to be just as effective by training, in-services, – more... and evaluations. CBT's were given each month for every employee to complete which kept everyone on top of any changes or keeping current on the production floor. – less
I would still be at Kimberly Clark if that hadn't of closed the plant
Machine Operator (Former Employee), Everett, WA – June 23, 2014
Kimberly-Clark, the Winder operator ran four machines at once and the Bundler operator ran two machines at once, all machines ran at high speed. It was challenge to keep all the machines running in accord and producing a quality product.
I started at Kimberly-Clark as a Material Handler driving a fork, prong, paddle trucks delivering product to the – more... winders and through the five years I was employed their I was able to take classes to learn how to be a Winder and Bundler Operator and was promoted through the ranks.
Everyone on my shift all worked well together. If a machine were down other operators would offer their assistance.
The hardest part of the job was keeping everything running and the best was, keeping everything running.
Once you worked on a machine for a while you started to learn there quirks so that is when it started to get easy but you always had to produce quality product safely and meet you daily budget.
I would still be at Kimberly Clark if Corporate had not closed the plant. – less
Miantenance Technician / Planner (Current Employee), San Antonio, TX – June 15, 2014
Constant and busy work, people are great, I learned alot of different softwares, co-workers lack some skills but try really hard, nothing really hard, but maybe commmunication. I really enjoyed the leadership, they were very easy to get along with.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee), Beech Island, SC – June 8, 2014
Cons: short breaks
it's great job to have but poor manager's.all day its work no play and the managers harass you on break.co-workers some of them is laid-back.no hard part on the job.its just the managers delete them and this company would employee loving to come to work!!!!
Electrical Engineer I (Former Employee), Paris, TX – June 6, 2014
All the management, engineers, and operators work in a team environment. working atmosphere is very good. I learned many new software to work with and I also learned how to handle tough situations working with different group of people.
Manufacturing associate II (Current Employee), New Milford, CT – May 24, 2014
Pros: free lunches occasionally, free product once a month if safe free shoes uniforms and glasses.
Cons: no scheduled breaks the heat the communication and the training.
I would work in an enviroment that was hot and sticky running machines. I learned how torun machines, and make tissues. Management was not the best they lacked in communication and it seemed like they rather hear what they want rather then the truth. Most of my co workers were great they were very helpful and fun to work with I felt like we were a big – more... family. I think the hardest part of the job was the schedule because it went from working days to nights ad back to days it was hard to adjust. My favorite part of the job was getting free product after every safe month. – less