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28 days ago

Maintenance Technician

Bendix Huntington, IN

Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC, a member of the Knorr-Bremse Group, is a recognized leader in air brake systems for heavy-duty applications… Bendix

28 days ago

Materials Supervisor

Bendix Huntington, IN

  • Supervise the Materials Control Department in all daily activities • Develop and train the supply chain excellence materials team… Bendix

17 days ago

Shift Supervisor

Bendix Huntington, IN

• Provide coverage in other departments/shifts as required. • Support plant training, KPS & QK initiatives during non-supervision hours… Bendix

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    Management getting worse by the week

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    I have been working at Bendix full-time (more than 3 years)


    Great people! That's what keeps me here. Plenty of challenges.


    Senior Management style (mainly COO) is not preferred by many employees. Most decisions are made by the BLC (Bendix leadership committee - includes CEO and COO and others). Strategy and tactical decisions are taken out of the hands of the middle management and employees who know the details the most. It results in a very political environment and micro management. The company is ran by a CEO with a finance background. In general the CEO is pretty good. But the company is extremely focused on its $$ rather than focusing on product quality and customer service which would naturally result in great financial performance.

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    The management style of the COO is horrible. He dictates unrealistic expectations and beats down (figuratively) employees when the goals are not being met. This has driven off multiple tenured, high performing managers and employees. For example, instead of letting the advanced manufacturing team design an assembly line to meet a set of performance goals, he dictates the size, shape, cost, and supplier for the line without any knowledge of the product or assembly process. And then expects it to be completed much faster than reasonable.

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