- Tiffin Metal Products Co.08.Dec 2015
No true chain of command. Flavor of the month and little stability or trust in management group.
Support from management
When a "leader" continues to tell others their position on the food chain it demotivates their staff. Need better tactic or just tell people their opinions don't matter if the decision will be made regardless.
Too much finger pointing between departments.
Sometimes yes but not on a consistent basis.
Depending on the position held this area can range on the scale. Manufacturing personnel are on the clock all the time. Other groups are held to the same accountabilities.
Changing jobs and titles is the norm. Combining duties is normal. Job security in a down economy is not solid.
You feel proud because it seems almost impossible most of the time.
Inclusive / Diverse
To some yes, but others remind you of their position on the food chain.
Suggestions for improvement
- Slow down and focus on core competencies that the company can realistically obtain. A sale isn't good if you can't turn a profit. Might have to step back and put the company in a position where it can be respected and make money before it can take bigger leaps.
What I like about the company
A challenging work environment that is fast paced. Feels good to accomplish projects.
What I dislike about the company
Unstable. Culture is not team oriented. Finger pointing and covering your butt are all too common. Change is good for business but stability in your management group and clear direction on leadership is needed.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyTiffin Metal Products Co.
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2015