- Sept. 2015AAG Reverse29.Dec 2015
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanySept. 2015AAG Reverse
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2012
No. The opposite has become true. When I first started the was a sense of fairness.
work is based on quotas. It isn't set up for a team effort.
Employees are not consulted. Everything is decided by management
Town hall meetings are held quarterly to let employees know what is changing with AAG on the big picture side.
Daily communications with supervisors isn't great.
I was with the company several years and let go. Not long after a co work was let go, who was with the company longer than me, both of us are over 50 and with the department longer than our co workers
Not in production departments. If you don't meet your numbers they can wright you up. Once written up you cannot transfer to another department for one year. So you are held back from moving to a position that may be better suited for you.
The company has improved benefits as it grows. pay could be a little better.
Work equipment is being upgraded as the company grows.
I've asked several times for Human Resources to send out a general e-mail asking employees to keep in mind how much perfume/cologne they wear. Cleaning solutions, not response was given. No e-,ail was sent. I spoke to my manager about a new person wearing heavy perfume and nothing was done. I had to work with a severe headache and nausea.
You have to use your PTO time. You cannot use the option of taking a day off without pay.
There is a lot of negative comments about the direction the production departments have gone.
I never worried about the company's stability.
The is a lack of fairness on the part of managers in the production departments.
It's all about numbers. Your evaluated by how much work you get done. Nothing else matters. It is hard to interact with co-workers when you have to worry about how much work you get done.
Not in production driven departments. It is how much is done not how creative you can be.
I am unable to comment on non production departments.
The company continues to grow and compete in the industry.
Most benefits are good. Work hours a good.
Supervisors and managers aren't being held to a higher standard. Favoritism and vindictiveness have entered the work environment.