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30+ days ago

Quality Control Inspector - Third Shift

Havis Warminster, PA

Havis is the leading manufacturer of products designed for mobile workers. Our company has a legacy dating back over 75 years as a trusted… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Assembler - First Shift

Havis Warminster, PA

• Accurate assembly of docking stations and other products as assigned by daily production schedule • Uses hand tools and does occasional light… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Paint Line Laborer - Third Shift

Havis Warminster, PA

• Sets-up and maintains paint line equipment • Reads work orders, follows production drawings, sample assemblies or verbal direction to paint… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Customer Service Representative

Havis Warminster, PA

Accountability: This position reports to the Customer Service Manager • Respond promptly to all incoming customer inquiries • Apply product… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Automotive Installer

Havis Warminster, PA

• Custom installation of parts and equipment in individual vehicles, fleet vehicles and custom vehicles, Vehicle package installation, including… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Purchasing Agent

Havis Warminster, PA

Havis is the leading manufacturer of products designed for mobile workers. Our company has a legacy dating back over 75 years as a trusted… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Quality Manager

Havis Warminster, PA

• Direct all activities of the Quality Department, including prioritization of work • Ensure the Quality Department effectiveness and timely… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Assembler - Third Shift

Havis Warminster, PA

• Assembles manufactured products including lighting products and custom vehicle accessories • Reads work orders, follows production drawings… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Material Handler - Third Shift

Havis Warminster, PA

• Maintain Inventory counts in Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet • Perform daily Cycle Counts and resolve variances working with employees and… Glassdoor


23 days ago

Press Brake Operator - Second Shift

Havis Warminster, PA

• This position is responsible for fabricating custom parts using a variety of machines including, • Press Brake, Pem Machine, Spot Weld… Glassdoor


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    Looks are deceiving, don't count of this company being an industry leader for much linger

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Plymouth, MI
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Plymouth, MI

    I worked at Havis full-time

    Pros

    - If you're well liked by your superiors in management, you'll be given preferential treatment
    - Again, based on management's opinion, you may have the opportunity for advancement.
    - The company is an industry leader
    - The pay is pretty good, based on your experience
    - Not sure about now since everything was restructured, but depending on your department, you may have a good manager who will appreciate your efforts, and move you higher in the ranks
    - The products that the company puts out are cutting edge and no competitors can match the quality

    Cons

    Oh, where to start. There isn't one department within the company that isn't affected by traditional office politics. As the company strives to become more corporate, it has put people in certain power positions that are cutting out any ideas from regular employees. While important for every department to work together to help the company grow, the company has strapped down and focused on trying to achieve "numbers", while forgetting that they need the proper teams in place to do so. Because the company is based out of Pennsylvania, many employees within that office are "legacy" employees, but they have a very backwards way of doing business, and that, among other things, will ultimately lead to the downfall of this company. The "good ol boy" system just doesn't work anymore. This isn't the 1980s. And any company that COMPLETELY restructures its sales management system, from sales managers to co-owners of the company, within 6 months, just isn't right.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Don't leave employees that know what they're doing, in the dust. A degree isn't everything, and chances are that the employees that do the most, are the ones that are being least recognized for their efforts. Hire based on how an employee works, not how good he/she looks on paper. You've hired people in departments that looked fantastic on paper, but looks can be deceiving. Get rid of legacy managers, especially in the PA office. They are stuck in old ways, but heads up...It's 2012. Finally, and most importantly: Sure, you can keep up the guise of being a family owned business, but you're slowly turning into a corporate machine. If every major decision ultimately gets a yay or nay from the president of the company, then what's the point of anyone having an opinion? Oh yeah, that's right. Because successful companies listen to what their employees have to say.

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