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Do you like time off between june and September? Do you like to work hard and advance for a company that makes million a year? Do you miss more than 4 days a year due to children or sickness? Do you like never being able to make more money than 2 dollars more an hour than you started at? If you answered yes to any of these this is not the place for you. Do you like seeing your friends fired because they maybe dodnt swipe out at lunch(yup happened this week to a coworker)Please save yourself the headache and move on. The union has 0 pull with the company and the guys are walked all over. Half of the workers dont put in a days work and get away with it daily. Management will harass you for notes and documentation after your 4th eday of the year. You have to have your holidays in for june july Aug and Sept by the end of march and you probably wont get them because the high seniority guys get those first. It's an awful environment but the people a great to work with.
The guys you work for are pretty chill
Management, pay, accountability, planning, organization, treatment of employees and their family, no empathy, 0 and i mean 0 thanks given ever, no christmas party, no gifts no nothing 0 thanks whatsoever
i came to cleaver brooks from a job i enjoyed for more money. horrible mistake. right off the start i was being deceived by management. (was misled about raises. as we were a union shop what you start at was what you stayed at, was made to believe there was progressive wages.) from there it just got worse. there are some good people on the floor. but management is incompetent office is over flowing with underquilfied staff. ( it took our "lean manager" a yr to pick new gloves and got it wrong. not only that but something as simple as replacing gloves with ones with better cut resistance. turned into almost a two yr ordeal because floor employees had to fight to get proper gloves back on the floor. ) upper management, spends so much time concerned with employees vacation and attendance. that the fact that boilers will sit sometimes piled up 7-8 at a time waiting for parts that should be always stocked is completely ignored. issues with suppliers never get fixed. we worked with blue prints out of date and invalid. one of the first things i was told was you can look at the blue prints but they are incorrect and dont really help. what once was a good place to work. is now a dreary depressing dead end job. and union seems to be place for company men as they dont fight for the employees. just use there positions to help them selves. management seems to walk all over them in grievances and contract negotiations. best thing i accomplished there was that i left.
some good people
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