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11 days ago

Intern - Engineering

Baldor Electric Westville, OK

will include, but are not limited to the following: • Assist manufacturing engineering in support of production unit. • Conduct time studies… Baldor Electric


11 days ago

Production Supervisor (1st Shift)

Baldor Electric Westville, OK

include, but are not limited to the following: • Fostering a culture where safety is first priority and procedures and policies are followed… Baldor Electric


11 days ago

Production Supervisor - 2nd Shift

Baldor Electric Westville, OK

include, but are not limited to the following: • Fostering a culture where safety is first priority and procedures and policies are followed… Baldor Electric


11 days ago

Lean Engineer

Baldor Electric Westville, OK

include, but are not limited to the folllowing: • Lead focused teams comprised of both hourly and salaried employees to identify wastes within… Baldor Electric


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    management problems, bad temp to hire policy

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Westville, OK
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Westville, OK

    I worked at Baldor Electric full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    clean work environment, decent facility

    Cons

    management has a basic lack of understanding scheduling, manning and tooling. they also lack people management skills. takes a year or longer to go from temp to full time hire, pay for a temp is marginal. lots of overtime due to poor scheduling. no basic knowledge of parts per hour or other basic industrial production. temps get treated very poorly by management (temps are easily replaceable therefore they are not considered any kind of asset regardless of their knowledge and experience). they also don't care if a temp gets hurt on the job.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    start from scratch with your management team. revise your temp to hire policy. stop the good old boy way of thinking. the company could be very successful with the right leadership but will only make due until things change.

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