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14 days ago

Company Driver | Material Handler

Caesarstone San Leandro, CA

Perform a variety of duties in the operation of the Warehouse Department such as moving quartz slabs, yard organization and/or maintenance in… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Sales - Territory Sales Representative

Caesarstone San Leandro, CA

1. Present and sell company products and services to current and potential clients within the remodel, home improvement, cabinet makers, builders… Glassdoor

30+ days ago


Caesarstone San Leandro, CA

1. Perform a variety of duties in the operation of the Warehouse Department such as moving slabs, yard organization and/or maintenance. in addition… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Regional Sales Manager

Caesarstone San Leandro, CA

• Supports the Company vision through ownership and accountability for Company’s overall sales and profitability for the territory; • Provides… Glassdoor

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    Nickeled and dimed- care more about money than employees

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    Current Employee - Anonymous

    I have been working at Caesarstone full-time (more than an year)


    Will make it sound like a great place to work and will feed you stories about how they really care about people or "team members' and try to sell you on personal growth which will only be if you are willing to go outside your area of passion and expertise. If you decide to stay in position you are in, also plan to stay at the pay you were hired at.


    Do not give back the respect they demand. Bad, if any communication. Average length of employment is 2 months. Overworked and underpaid. Will brag about how great stock is and pay $10,000 an ad in ten magazines a month but would not invest in people. Encourage feedback and advise against it as if they do not like what you say, you are shut out and potentially replaced without warning.

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    Give respect to get respect. Do not say one thing and do another. People are the bread and butter. Treat your people right by giving respect, paying industry standards, a competitive 401k and allow for work/life balance. If you invest in your people, this company will get far more than your investment. People with high work ethic will work hard no matter what but amazing things can happen if you show you care about your employees as much as we care about the company. People first, then money.

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