Crown Cork and Seal – Lancaster, OH
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I have been working at Crown Holdings full-time (Less than a year)
I've been employed by Crown for less than a year. The particular facility where I work is undergoing a great deal of change. While change can be uncomfortable for many, it is an essential element of any business or industry. I believe that our facility manager has a proven background in driving change. I am goal oriented person. Therefore I can appreciate the "Big Picture." I enjoy using creating and using metrics to track improvement. I look forward to helping make my facility the best in the corporation.
Being the proverbial "People Person, I don't enjoy seeing certain employees being made unhappy by their own short-sightedness or lack of flexibility. Unfortunately with the aforementioned change, there will be personnel changes that not all will agree with. With the many tasks at hand come long hours. Although I am comfortable that the result will be worth the labor, I still miss time with family that has been replaced with more time at work. Another con would be that policies and procedures have been changed and not documented over the years. This makes roles, responsibilities, actions, and consequences vague and ambiguous.
Advice to Management
Stay the course. The juice will be worth the squeeze.