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George Babich, Jr.
8 Ratings

    Bad employment experience

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    Former Employee - Customer Service in Thorofare, NJ
    Former Employee - Customer Service in Thorofare, NJ

    I worked at Checkpoint Systems full-time (more than 3 years)


    Full benefits offered, including 401k. Very laid back work environment so you can do quite a bit of personal business during work hours with out a problem.


    Management hires and promotes friends and family instead of those with the skills to actually do the job, making the work environment more of a "club of friends" then a professional environment. Office politics make competently doing your job almost impossible, as upper management ignores problems with performance and simply shuffle the problem managers from one job title to another when performance is a problem, instead of addressing the shortcomings and hiring people with the skills to get the job done. The same managers that have worked for the company for decades are still running the show, making their way of doing business outdated and financially detrimental as they have no real management experience other than the very limited scope offered them in life-long careers in the same company.

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    Review your HR hiring practices to ensure your HR department is actually trying to find the right person for the job instead of doing favors by hiring friends and family. Also ask them why you are using a temporary employment agency that requires Checkpoint to pre-screen individuals, a job your placement agency should be doing. Also ask your HR department why they refuse to accept direct applications from temporary workers, they are paying a fee to a temporary agency because they are telling people directly applying to apply through the temporary agency, this does not make good fiscal sense. Review the skills and education of your managers, these are the same people that brought Checkpoint to the brink of bankruptcy in the past and are managing in the same way they always have. If you do the same thing that you have done, you will get the same result.

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