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SQL Programmer Analyst – new

Group O, Inc. Atlanta, GA

Group O's Marketing Solutions division is searching for a ProgrammerAnalyst to join its growing team. This position is responsible for programmingin… CareerBuilder

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Lead, Merch Kits Production – new

Group O Mendota Heights, Dakota, MN

Group O Supply Chain Solutions in Mendota Heights, MN is searching for a Merchandise Kits Production Lead to support the receiving and weekly kitting… Glassdoor

1 day ago

Programmer Analyst – new

Group O Atlanta, GA; San Antonio, TX

•Someone who is comfortable providing Analytical Results in a format that is clear to a non-technical recipient. •Team Player, someone who can work… Glassdoor

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Gregg Ontiveros
8 Ratings

    Sell themselves as supply chain experts, see very little evidence from the trenches.

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    Current Employee - Temp Service Janitor
    Current Employee - Temp Service Janitor

    I have been working at Group O full-time (more than an year)


    Some really great coworkers (most of whom have been driven out by internal politics).


    I work temp employment as a janitor at a Group O warehouse, and keep track of the necessary supplies. Supply orders go up the corporate chain to be authorized and passed on to the suppliers. we have recently been directed to switch to an out-of-state supplier, and orders have become very unreliable, to the point where we are only now receiving orders to the attention of an employee who left four months ago. In addition there has been a recurring pattern over the past year or two, of orders simply not being forwarded to the suppliers for months.

    I find it very curious that a company which presents itself as a supply chain expert should have so much trouble providing basic supplies to its own locations.

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    All the way up the corporate ladder, you really need to start communicating with each other . Not dictating, but really communicating, with listening and feedback and actual discussion. From where I stand, I see remarkably little of that happening.

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