Cope Plastics, Inc.

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30+ days ago

Temporary On-Call: Order Packer

Cope Plastics, Inc. Alton, IL

Performs the duties required to package materials or product for shipment FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB: Essential Functions: • Verifies fabrication… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Director of Business Development

Cope Plastics, Inc. Alton, IL

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24 days ago

Temporary On-Call (Fabrication)

Cope Plastics, Inc. Alton, IL

Temporary On-Call Opportunities Temporary On-Call opportunities for our Fabrication Department on an "as needed" basis. Will train. Shifts and hours… Glassdoor


Cope Plastics, Inc. Reviews

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    sales

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    Current Employee - Outside Sales Representative
    Current Employee - Outside Sales Representative

    I have been working at Cope Plastics, Inc. full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Most of your coworkers are great. Very good benefits, salary is average for the industry. An excellent place to hone your sales skills in the industrial sales field

    Cons

    Too much red tape to try and get orders. Too many levels of management need to approve what you hired your sales people to do. Let sales do what they were hired for. Train your new people instead of just throwing them out to the wolves. Turnover is excessive right now. Cope is losing way too many people because the opportunity for growth is not there. Base salary is fine, but the opportunity to grow through commissions is difficult

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    We have too many people in senior management that are making changes to put their stamp on the company. The family needs to get back to running the company and quit letting their subordinates ruin what they built. Go back to caring about your employees versus only the dollar

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