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Payroll Representative

C. H. Guenther & Son, Inc. San Antonio, TX

Process multi-state weekly and biweekly payrolls in an accurate and timely manner. Perform reconciliations of payroll to the general ledger to make… CareerBuilder

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Dale W. Tremblay
4 Ratings

    The company has been in business for over 100 years, but do not treat their employees very well.

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    I worked at C.H. Guenther & Son full-time (more than 5 years)


    No worries about company stability. The company offers an outstanding 401K program that is rare in todays economy. Good benefits with a salary range that is competitive with similar facilities in same market, yet newly acquired businesses are extremely slow to "catch up" with sister plants.


    The company operates strictly "by the book" with little to no personal employer-employee relationships. Upper management operates in their own world with no respect for the lower class worker. Team accomplishments are greatly talked about, but rarely proven. Talk is cheap. Definitely NOT a team oriented organization. They will push - push - push their management staff to an unhealthy work load and drive the need to contribute even more. An employee will never give quite enough to be considered "excellent" and they will use the technical aspects of rules and company law to protect themselves. They seem to spend a lot of time and resources protecting themselves from potential lawsuits; if they ran a good business there wouldn't be such a demand to focus on this area of business. Makes you wonder????

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    I won't waste my time giving advice to Management as it will not matter anyway.

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