What advice would you give the CEO of thyssenkrupp about how to improve the company?
It's always best to listen to both sides of the story or complaint of any issues from both people weather if the person is a temp from any agency if they're having problems with other fellow workers-have cameras to review of what happened if the person is being accused of things they never done to others.Take the time to listen and learn.Have compassion.Treat all people equal even if that person is not employed by the client on their payroll.
It was from 7am to 3:30pm Monday to Friday and asked if you would like some overtime and Saturday's it wss your choice.
Thyssenkrupp is a conglomerate entity based in Germany and the branch company I was employed was a marketing and technical branch based in Saudi Arabia. I was responsible in IT dept. during my active years. And the pace of work is just normal like other companies.
Great company to work for. Start with getting a "T" License with the TSSA for any sales or technician position.