Working as a production employee has changed dramatically in the past decade or so. Training for newbies is almost nill, yet demand on expertise has never been greater. Feels like Data Analytics has mostly replaced common sense. No longer how well, just how much.
In my opinion getting the cheapest labor force has taken precedence over developing a strong, efficient family of workers.
Complete reversal of the first 140 years of Tennant.
The most recent management is working hard, with great skill to correct the errors of previous management but it feels like too little, too late.
High quality employees are routinely leaving, searching for better employment. Something fairly new to Tennant's history.
Sadly, This once proud, highly sought out employment, has become a pass through job for many. Best for those looking to gain experience and build a resume.
Mostly everything else...