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3 days ago

Customer Care Rep II – new

Cabot Alpharetta, GA

Answers incoming customer calls and uses system to enter order details. Collects information needed from customer and ensures full understanding of… Cabot

4 days ago

Supply Planner

Cabot Corporation Schaffhausen

This role will manage our Vendor Managed Inventories with our Key customers in Europe. In addition this role will manage all Warehouses in Europe and… Cabot Corporation

3 days ago

General Ledger Accountant – new

Cabot Riga

• Prepare and process all journal entries in the general ledgers, utilizing the ERP system • Prepare and execute all month end closing activities… Cabot

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Cabot President & CEO Patrick M. Prevost
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27 Ratings

    Frustrating place to work. Little opportunity to advance in technical role with BS or MS.

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    I have been working at Cabot full-time (more than 5 years)


    The company has been around since the 1800's. I love being part of the history of an enduring enterprise. The people I work with are largely collaborative, friendly, intelligent, self-motivating, and hard working.


    The is a sense of being entirely disposable. In my experience, requests for a simple change in supervision have been ignored for years. Associates are placed on projects without consideration of their education or skill sets. For example, a chemical engineer might be given a synthesis project despite the availability of a chemist. I feel like a pair of hands.

    Transparency does not seem to be a goal at Cabot - from org charts, promotion ladders, internal data on our own products - you name it... we ask, they pretend to "work on" getting it for us, more of us quit in frustration, and ultimately, nothing changes.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay attention to the people you are supposed to be leading, not only to the people in positions you hope to attain. Lead by example. Think MacArthur, not Patton. Realize that utilizing the skills of the entire team will not only make people happy, it will make them more productive. It will save money and contribute to innovation. It is foolish to turn over your staff the way you have been. Not only do you lose the investment of training, you erode the reputation of the company. Most of the people who leave will end up at a customer or a competitor.

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