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22 days ago

Electrician A

Lilly Clinton, IN

KRA #2: Personal Development - Maintain 100% current on ITP. Develops… CareerBuilder


8 days ago

Technician I-HSE

Lilly Clinton, IN

• Perform regular reviews of compliance documents (environmental checklists, daily/weekly/monthly inspections, etc.) to… CareerBuilder


21 days ago

Engineer-Automation

Lilly Clinton, IN

• will communicate issues and drive issue resolution, while facilitating project development meetings to ensure all areas of the business… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Engineer-Process

Lilly Clinton, IN

• The primary focus for this position will be applying engineering principles and expertise to implement large scope / challenging / critical… CareerBuilder


7 days ago

Operator I-Process-FDE

Lilly Clinton, IN

Follows all departmental safety policies and procedures. Suggests and implements departmental safety improvements while… CareerBuilder


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Eli Lilly President, CEO, and Director John C. Lechleiter
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    Demoralizing

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    Former Employee - Quality Consultant in Clinton, IN
    Former Employee - Quality Consultant in Clinton, IN

    I worked at Eli Lilly

    Pros

    The people that work on the production floor remain committed in spite of management focus on creating a culture of fear.

    Cons

    Management requires an attitude that I can only describe as robotic.
    People worry about doing or saying the "wrong" thing when this is very arbitrarily defined. This also contributes to a culture of fear as described above.
    Questions made to management are often used against the questioner.
    Believe me you don't ask too many questions which fosters an environment of staying in the woodwork for fear of being noticed or accused of doing something someone can twist into something it is not.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Appreciate your people and use leadership instead of fear.

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