Marketing Specialist (Former Employee) – 南京市 – 29 August 2018
BSH provides me with a professional starting of my career, the colleagues are also nice and professional, really learned a lot during the three years in BSH. As a marketer, half of the year is on trip. Busy with different projects,do the executions. Its difficult to do the life-work-balance. That became harder when my direct manager leave, we need to work individually with strategies, there is nobody align the direction for us.
Buyer II (Former Employee) – New Bern, NC – 3 April 2018
Everyone sleeps with everyone and gossip galore. No opportunity for advancement. As well as people in management that belong in fast food. Very poor management with no focus on the work. If you go be warned and do not plan on moving up.
Maintenance (Former Employee) – New Bern, NC – 28 January 2018
Great company, excellent pay and benefits. Long hours and no work/life balance. Pay for Maintenance, Management and Engineering is outstanding.....Benefits are better than 98% of companies within 100 miles. Good company to work for, just remember its factory life so expect long hrs, working weekends, and plenty of gossip.
Pay, Benefits, 401k, Bonuses
Very Long Hours, Lack of support from engineering or management
Assembly Line (Former Employee) – New Bern, NC – 5 September 2017
Was a productive work place, the ones that knew more were required to do more then the newer ones, that didn't really want to be there but was for just the money, learned various jobs, that I did enjoy, but they did take advantage of that made you do more, but not pay you more. made you go places that you were not familiar with and expect you to produce the same as ones that did know what they were doing ..The most enjoyable part was knowing it was a steady paycheck, you knew every week what you were bringing home, what time you were coming in and what time you were leaving...
you knew how long breaks and lunches were.
you left your station as the buzzer went off, but had to be back before it went off again, so not really a 10 minute break or a 30 minute lunch..
Call Center Representative (Former Employee) – New Bern, NC – 19 August 2017
Worked in the call center. My supervisor "M" had no product knowledge or clue how the computer system we used worked. I was expected to have my call times not to exceed 4 minutes, which was impossible, at times, due to answering customers questions. I have never worked under such poor supervisor, ever. The other supervisors seemed much more knowledgable and willing to answer their teams questions. It was a very clickish environment. I felt like I was just a number and was told I was replaceable by my supervisor during our first meeting. Pay was good and they offered a great benefit package.
A place where my skills could be used effectively, without restrictions
Manager, Quote and Order Management (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – 20 May 2012
Given an opportunity by Management to do the job I was hired to do,which allowed me to see the many areas of improvemrnt I impacted. The respect and teamwork of my team is unbelieveable. The hardest part of the job is that it is ending through an office closure. The most enjoyable part was being allowed to add value to the business. It is always great to see your accomplishments.