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30+ days ago

Hydratight Operations Manager

Actuant Corporation Gonzales, LA

Hydratight is a part of the Energy Segment within Actuant Corporation. For over 30 years, Hydratight's innovative products and services have ensured… Glassdoor

7 days ago

Sales Representative-- Louisiana (Remotely located)

Actuant Corporation Baton Rouge, LA

ENERPAC is the global leading manufacturer of high-pressure hydraulic equipment, components and systems for industries such as offshore, oil & gas… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Operations Manager – easy apply

Actuant Corporation Gonzales, LA

The Actuant Corporation is a $1.3B diversified industrial company serving customers from operations in more than 30 countries. Actuant is listed on… Glassdoor

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Actuant Chairman, President, and CEO Bob Arzbaecher
Bob Arzbaecher
16 Ratings

    Financially driven, people are expendable, politics a must

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    I worked at Actuant full-time


    A lot of off-site training. Intern program is great, move between business units and learn a great deal about the inner workings of each as well as Actuant.


    While continuous improvement is a constant profits are the reason. This is at the expense of the employees who end up becoming workaholics to maintain their jobs. They are quick to decide that people must be let go especially right before quarterly reporting to the Board. The higher paid pre-Actuant employees are let go for companies purchased. I don't mean management alone, the mid-management and long time workers.

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    They are not open to advice unless you can show at least a 50k gain in profits.

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