What a great change of pace from working out in the field! Same old type of guys you're used to working with out there (the serious guy, the funny guy, the a-hole, the idiot, etc.). People are always great to talk to, very receptive. Always striving to be safer and more efficient. Lots of guidance and constructive criticism from foremen, managers. The line runners are always good for a welcome distraction if you need to see a smiling face.Answered 9 January 2020
What advice would you give the CEO of Silent-Aire about how to improve the company?Asked 28 September 2018
1. Good management- Production Supervisors needs to be reminded that labourer is not equal as SLAVES. If they treat their employees right and with respect they will do their job properly and will hit your goal on time.
2. Salary Increase - I will Increase salary ratings for people who are working for more than 5 years.
3. Supervisors and Plant Manager's Evaluation - Employees should be able to evaluate them how they're doing in upper management. Perhaps put a Suggestion box in the lunch room area so People in Human resources would be aware as well on their behaviour.
4. Job Opportunities- I will make sure there would always be a room for opportunities for those who wants to move up. Supervisors need to learn someone's capability and do not depend on just few people. If I will also be an assembly supervisor, I will always rotate my people on other station so everyone will have knowledge and can rely on.
TAKE CARE OF YOUR EMPLOYEES AND THEY WILL TAKE CARE OF YOUR COMPANY.Answered 31 August 2020
Crystal is so nice. You sit in very fancy white chairs (wear clean clothes!) in a modern open concept office. She asks you the standard questions, shakes your hand, and will be in touch with you. Bing, Bang, Boom!Answered 9 January 2020
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Silent-Aire a better place to work?Asked 3 July 2019
Start by replacing the director of production since he doesn't understand simple supply chain rules. Bring in competent production supervisors and stop firing change makers and workers because you don't agree with their decisions, fire the material and parts supervisors then maybe you will have parts and materials for the jobs (why is it so hard to streamline a process you should have mastered after 10yrs?)
Hire people based on qualifications verses job. How long do you expect experienced engineers to get $19 while you have computer engineers on the shop floor because they are non Caucasian but someone working at the main office and clueless in the IT department with only Caucasian experience.Answered 25 August 2019