Blind management, lack of teamwork, favoritism, no advancement, no life away from there
Cons: Mismanagement, heat, noise, smoke, expectations, insurance, 12 hour days, morale killing
Management is probally the worst I've been involved with, and I've worked for facilities FAR larger than this. Technical manager is a liar and a thief, leaving the department with 0 technical sirectiin, most of the supervisors are blind puppets, favoritism has put very undeserving people in spots they fail at often, but get covered up to save face by the powers that be, HR will not work to help the employee, will not listen to employees, will barely help employees. The production manager is the one member of management that seems to be fair to his workers, and fights for what's right for them, and knows what he is doing. It's extremely hot in the summer. Hourly employees will be given displinary actions, even if calling in while the state is under a snow emergency. 12 hour shifts, no home life for the night shifts. Weekend starts on Saturday, so the workers are either getting off Saturday morning, or going in Saturday night. There's very little room for advancement, the insurance is terrible, the attendance policy is terrible, and the vacation policy is terrible.