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I have been working at Cummins
Pros – You will receive allot of opportunity to work on projects and they give you move than enough work to handle. If you want a project they will give it to you no matter what. Cummins give you a chance to develop different processes to make a positive impact. Great company for college hires.
Cons – Columbus, IN is not a desirable city. The only locations as of now are: Memphis, TN; Columbus, Nashville, TN and SC. If you are a professional hire, I would suggest you don't work at Cummins. If you have a job stay where you are. The buildings are very poor and dirty, their IT support is not the best; you would think an American company would have IT support in the US but it's offshore. Management is shady. It’s very difficult to get things done. Poor training and development of employees. Hard to get the tools you need to get your job done. Everyone is over worked and I mean over worked. There is allot of turn over due to treatment of others, locale, management style and poor working environment. Hard to trust management. I recommend to other potential canadites, weigh all opts before moving to IN.....
Advice to Senior Management – Need to model after a company with excellent working environment for their employees, revamp the IT support, work on upgrading buildings with nice amedities to increase moral and decrease turn over. Review the 401K benfits and health beneifts.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2010-10-03 17:56 PDT
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