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Fair place to work, strong focus on how people are treated. Management team not to where they should be for a company of this size. Not nearly enough enfaces on training for technicians. Though office employees seemed to receive all sorts of opportunity for career growth, the mechanics rarely saw any.
Do your assignments to the best of your ability, if not sure asked questions there are always someone who are willing to assist and guide you through any difficulties
Always nice to work for understanding customer
It’s frustrating when dealing with impatient ones
After 15 years of employment they wouldn't even entertain the idea of moving me to another position after my department was moved to Denver. Throughout my career I had to deal with a terrible work culture where the manager would berate you publicly for the crime of taking a sick day. When you try to report abuse anonymously it is reported back to the person you are reporting! I was told by Corporate that they were aware of the abuse but were unable to do anything because he was a profitable manager. The only thing that kept me there was the money. From the outside this company looks shiny but it's core is rotten.
Overtime Is double pay
Management was easy to talk to when it comes to concerns, however, when it comes to conflict resolution it feels like you can get away with anything. People do what they want and they reward you for working hard or not at all. Can be a 'clicky' environment. Pay and compensation is the best part, but its always about the blame game and self survival.
Cummins makes a good product we are all proud to sell and service. The people are knowledgeable helpful and pleasant, going the extra mile to support our customers needs.
Cummins is a Technology leader its field creating leaning and growth opportunities for anybody who wants to be challanged, grow and develop.
Inclusive high performance culture with strong business ethics. Great learning opportunities, constant challenges, opportunity for travel and internal promotion and lateral career opportunities. Strong senior leadership with good long term planning to align with changing and challenging global environment and businsiss climate.
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The people and team are highly skilled, the job is demanding and team work is everything. The entire job is people powered and this makes all the difference, people need direction and guidance. Achieved higher production and best quality with least amount of space and resources. Making the impossible happen everyday is not easy but we did it.
Lunch once a month, celebrate birthdays, safety is paramount
Very demanding, 100 percent of your pay for 100 percent of your effort
There are some truly exceptional people at Cummins, however there are some real EGO's and ICON issues at Branch levels.
There are some truly exceptional people at Cummins, however there are some real EGO's and ICON issues at Branch levels. That was my experience. Great training opportunities, fantastic facilities, poor management at the General Management levels.
I will always look back at my experience working at Cummins as a fond one. Though my personal life was a train-wreck at that time I could never complain about my job. I went further in one year than many employees before me had excelled in 3 years it was all about timing. That's not to say that cummins provides room for growth and to move up the ladder in a variety of fields. When working with Cummins I always looked forward to going to work each day!
Cummins is a great place to work and advance in your career. The people working there are highly experienced and knowledgeable. There are lots of efforts made to improve diversity and inclusion in the office and that makes everyone feel welcome.
Great community leaders and interesting work currently the culture is down mostly due to changes last year. With change in branch management and time I assume it will improve. 12 hr days as field mechanic straight time for first 80 hours unless over 12hrs a day