- Day and Zimmermann, Incorporated10.Oct 2018
The attitude is horrible. As a whole this organization is pathetic. The buddy system is running at 97% so if you’re in the clique, then you’re protected. If not then you’ll have a hard time.
Support from management
As I said before.. If something goes wrong you’ll get help from people that don’t know what they are talking about.
Somewhat. I’m not impressed. You’re pretty much on your own until something goes wrong. When that happens you get a lot of extra help from people that know nothing about this industry.
Freedom to work independently
Communication is good from corporate to the sites, so I gave it a “4”.
Attitude towards older colleagues
I give it a 2.5
Overall compensation for your work
Low pay. Competition pays a lot more and has better benefits.
My image of them is “Do what we say”
If you’re in the clique then you have security, but if you don’t howl with the wolves then you’re out.
I haven’t seen handicap parking.
They talk a good game and all is well until they’re critical path, then safety is out
The only thing that’s challenging is trying to get support from the operations director and it’s a challenge to get them to tell the truth.
Inclusive / Diverse
Oh they talk a good game, but in reality I’ve not seen it.
Suggestions for improvement
- 1)They sell out to a large organization. 2) They fire their relatives and friends. 3) Have the managers take leadership training. 4) Get rid of your dead weight. 5) Hire qualified managers
What I like about the company
Not much. I was lied too from the beginning. Then I had no support. Nobody orientated me to the policies and procedures. It’s been an awful experience
What I dislike about the company
Pretty much everything. The raises, the managers. The way they treat people. They way they do business.
No matching 401k
No rewards for the craft.
No employee discount.
The way they talk to people
The following benefits were offered to me
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- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Current employee