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2 days ago

Technician I - Hamilton, OH - Fisher Lifecycle Services – new

Emerson Cincinnati, OH

- stocking shelves, pulling parts, cycle counting, proper documentation of inventory transactions. 5. Customer communication technical assistance… Emerson

8 days ago

Production Supervisor

Emerson Cincinnati, OH

· Supervises and directs FEP and Glass employees. · Leads, influences and implements Perf(x) methodology to achieve productivity and quality… Emerson

30+ days ago

Rosemount Center Technician - Cincinnati, OH (IVS)

Emerson Process Management Cincinnati, OH

The Rosemount Service (RSC) Technician role is responsible for overall support of our customers instrumentation installed base to ensure customers… Emerson Process Management

2 days ago

Machinist I - Hamilton, OH - Fisher Lifecycle Services – new

Emerson Cincinnati, OH

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF POSITION: A Machinist at I&VS has skills comparable to those of a journeyperson machinist with a minimum of eight years… Emerson

17 days ago

Area Manager - Cincinnati, OH - Fisher Lifecycle Services

Emerson Cincinnati, OH

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF POSITION: Managing, directing and having complete profit and loss responsibility for a Fisher Lifecycle Service center. MAJOR… Emerson

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  • Power Transmission Solutions - Florence KY

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Florence, KY
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    I have been working at Emerson full-time (more than 10 years)

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    Dynamic environment. Lots of challenges. They talk a good game.
    Decent health benefits (not great)
    Decent salary (not great)
    We strive for and achieve mediocrity.


    There are more #1 priority projects than you can count on two hands. How can you focus on that many things and succeed?

    Employees are their number one asset - they place a high value on development and training. That's what they say but they fall short. If you're on the fast track life is grand. Most departments have little to know growth or development opportunities. There are no career tracks.

    They openly admit they aim to be slightly below average salary wise. If you're looking for money they want you to look elsewhere. Your best raise will be the one when you get hired. They hire in fairly competitively but do not keep pace with raises. (Salaried - Can't speak to hourly/shift workers)

    Advice to Management

    You talk about complexity reduction. Reduce your key initiatives. Focus on a few projects not all at once. Just because suit dreams it doesn't mean that we have the capacity to take it on right now.

    I've been with the company for 17+ years. It has changed a lot and not all for the better. I believe in Emerson - Power Transmission Solutions (formerly EPT) has seen better days.

    We need focus - not to follow every management fad. Perf(x) = a combination of every successful management tool. Kaizen, Lean, SixSigma, Toyota Mgmt... etc. We operate like an schizophrenic with ADHD that's been pounding RedBull. We're hyped up and easily distracted. Ask 50 people what our current goal is and they will all probably agree it is improving customer satisfaction. If you ask the same 50 people what we are doing to improve it - you'll get 50 different answers (Its not that everyone is doing their own piece to help solve the bigger issue. You've got everyone so scattered that no one is working in harmony. 50 oars all rowing to a different cadence.

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