Culligan Jobs & Careers in Rosemont, IL

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22 days ago

Commercial Applications Engineer

Culligan Rosemont, IL

Select appropriate equipment and technologies and then develop customer specific water treatment systems based upon dealer and/or dealer sales person… Glassdoor

22 days ago

Product Manager - Residential

Culligan Rosemont, IL

The Product Manager, Residential Products is responsible for performing both strategic and tactical activities for the residential (household… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Demand Planner/Analyst

Culligan Rosemont, IL

· Supplier Forecasting – Provide component forecast out 12 months, update as needed. · Manage aged inventory and mark-down strategy accordingly… Glassdoor

22 days ago

Senior Project Engineer

Culligan Rosemont, IL

The Senior Project Engineer is responsible for leading major platform level NPD and systems integration projects that are highly complex, both… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Manager, Franchise Audits

Culligan Rosemont, IL

Manages the franchise audit function for the US and Canada and other contract compliances as assigned. Manages various regular and special projects… Glassdoor

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Culligan CEO Mark Seals
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10 Ratings

    An established company trying to enter today's reality

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Rosemont, IL
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Rosemont, IL

    I worked at Culligan


    If you are challenged by solving problems, there are always problems to be solved. If you show a desire to do something, and it is something that management is on board with, you will no doubt be given the responsibility to lead it.


    There are always firedrills - everything needed to be done yesterday even though they were only thought of yesterday. There is a lot of rework because there is often a lack of communication between groups. Once another group looks at it, there is always something that the leadership in that group says is an absolute must to be included.

    They have also consistently been downgrading the health benefits without promoting any sort of healthy behavior. Health screenings were performed awkwardly.

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    Have a plan - passing projects from group to group is inefficient and creates a lack of ownership and responsibility.

    Do something to promote a healthy environment - instead of just telling employees how unhealthy and expensive the insurance is give them incentives to become healthier through reimbursements for gym membership or weight loss programs.

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