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Nigel A. Vinecombe
I worked at Multi-Color Corporation full-time for more than a year
Pros – Colleagues are friendly and treat each other like family.
There are good employees who are dedicated and willing to go above and beyond.
Cons – Unorganized procedures and policies make for internal chaos.
Most of the smaller customers are pushed aside to make room for the bigger customers.
Advice to Senior Management – Communication to staff on key changes and upcoming improvements will help boost morale and trust with management.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
2012-08-20 16:13 PDT
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I have been working at Multi-Color Corporation
Pros – The people are great to work with
Cons – Salary and benefits are not good. New management took away bonuses that greatly affected our yearly pay. They did give us a raise but also raised cost of benefits and almost doubled the health insurance deductibles. I used to love this company now I cant wait for a chance to get out of here. They are becoming a terrible place to work, the management here in the Scottsburg plant are good to work for but Nigel is not. He is only interested in buying up all the companies he can and keeping pay and benefits at rock bottom in order to keep expanding. He will find out you get what you pay for. We can hardly find anyone who wants to work here anymore and finding good people to work here is almost impossible. They stay till they find something better and move on. When Frank was here we knew we were appreciated, we received bonuses, decent pay, good benefits and he visited now ant then to meet with us to let us know what was going on. We don't even know what Nigel looks like. He has bought companies, shut down companies, taken away bonuses, increased cost of benefits, increased insurance deductibles and kept pay at rock bottom here. But all this came at a price. The morale in this plant is not like it used to be. People put in their hours and go home, they don't go the extra mile like they used to.
Advice to Senior Management – Practice what you preach, you say your employees are your greatest asset, then act like it. We need to be able to provide for our families too but you are making it harder every day. We have made the company what it is today, we have done our fair share don't you think we deserve to be compensated for that.
2012-01-31 08:57 PST
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