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Sr. Technical Professional Leader - Process

KBR Chennai

We deliver top-quality service and performance in engineering, construction, operations and maintenance, logistics and project management services to… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

Sr. Technical Professional Leader - Process

KBR London, England

Responsible for study, design, and specification and services related to process plants such as ammonia, ethylene, mineral processing, specialty… KBR

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    Part Time Merchandiser

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    You will need to be a self-starter in this position, capable of seeing a problem and solving it on your own. You'll most likely never see anyone other than the Territory Manager and then only by "accident" as the super routes do not allow one on one assistance. The pay is great for a part-time position, one of the best.


    Be prepared for no benefits, no assistance, no holiday pay (that's because you'll already be working them for straight time). Be prepared for a massive hour cut in the last quarter to make up for the over-spending in the preceding quarters. Be prepared to work your tail off on force outs so that upper management can hit their numbers and gather up their bonus. Be prepared to be the fall guy for any errors even if you are on your day off. Be prepared to "train" new managers beginning with merchandising 101 because any QUALIFIED manager won't be working for this company.

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    Giving advice to management is a solid waste of time and effort. They treat their TM's like dirt, talk to them like they're idiots and the only constant is their jobs being in jeopardy if they don't hit unrealistic numbers. If you want to keep good and talented managers I would suggest you stop all the lying and that's got to be from the top down. Be honest with these guys and gals. In 8 years I've witnessed first hand your lack of empathy to your employees and the end result of your bullying tactics has been losing some of the best talent around.

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