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Crescent Electric Supply Company Kansas City, MO

Responsible for receiving and placing inventory into stock, picking and packing orders for delivery, loading and unloading trucks and trailers… Crescent Electric Supply Company

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Martin Burbridge
19 Ratings

    Average, but cheap. Problems with management...

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    Current Employee - IT Department

    I have been working at Crescent Electric Supply full-time for more than 8 years


    Fairly decent company to work for. If you show you can work effectively they leave you alone for the most part. Not to much micromanaging. Flexible with work hours so long as the work is being taken care of. Direct manager understands what employees do and is helpful.


    Having worked with the company just about 10 years I've been witness to poor decision making by other management staff and unfortunately its the employees paying for their mistakes, lack of doing. Can be very frustrating. There is also a stigma among employees regarding pay, raises and benefits. I have to agree with other comments posted here, they are few and far between. Even for those that show initiative. I personally had to threaten to leave before they increased my pay to a excepable amount.

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    Truthly value your employees with bonuses, pay increases and benefits not just lip service. Listen to your employees, help them so they can help the company grow. In addition, upper management needs to be hiring good sound candidates for middle management. I can't stress this enough as a large percentage of issues involve these 'supected' managers and are the primary failing point...

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