- Trace Engines L.P.12.Nov 2015
No cohesion was applied. No one trusted each other.
Support from management
No mentor-ship at all.
Different sections were not allowed to work together.
Freedom to work independently
Engineering was the only section that got assigned tasks. Other sections were a reaction force.
One section was the only section to go over any sales. The other section never made any sales. Did get engine approved for different air frame.
Didn't see peer assessments for anyone there to determine an
improvement ladder for employees. There were verbal complaints from women about possible issues with some employees.
Attitude towards older colleagues
Was hopeful to inspire others but got shot down on several occasions.
Company has revolving door.
Overall compensation for your work
Sometimes the pay fits the employee but mostly underpaid for this company. Benefits were good with dental and health insurance.
Office / Work Environment
Working conditions outside were either hot or freezing depending on time of year. Main building was okay as long as the gas bill was paid.
It was never brought up in discussion.
Didn't have a problem in this area. They were flexible on most considerations.
No one will wear the company logo.
Again, revolving door.
All one level buildings with wide doors. No problem.
No training received but OSHA posters were posted.
Learned a lot about what not to do. Had plenty of work but no direction from leadership. Had to be self motivated with own plan for accomplishments. No recognition but completed a lot work that was well needed.
Inclusive / Diverse
There were no meetings to discuss agenda.
Suggestions for improvement
- Higher a successful Chief Executive Officer who knows about Aviation and Production Management.
What I like about the company
Has potential to be great.
What I dislike about the company
Wouldn't allow itself to be great.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyTrace Engines L.P.
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2015