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Process Technician Specialist

Hunter Industries San Marcos, CA

Quality Control - Collects and visually inspects random sample shots. Uses set inspection procedures, specifications and tip sheets to determine… Hunter Industries

30+ days ago

Document Control Analyst

Hunter Industries San Marcos, CA

5. May assist other department staff members regarding document control processes and procedures. Other Job Functions: Perform other related tasks… Hunter Industries

30+ days ago

Associate Process Engineer

Hunter Industries San Marcos, CA

Set up and run molds in all types of machines. Assure that the performance of all new and existing molds meet Engineering and Production… Hunter Industries

30 days ago

International Trade Compliance Manager

Hunter Industries San Marcos, CA

2. Lead and develop Logistics and Customer Service personnel in their compliance-related roles and responsibilities. Plan, coordinate… Hunter Industries

30+ days ago

Sr. Software Automation Test Engineer

Hunter Industries San Marcos, CA

Position Purpose: Improves the quality of the design of our electronic and software products by writing and executing automation test procedures for… Hunter Industries

30+ days ago

Process Engineer

Hunter Industries San Marcos, CA

Develops robust process for new mold qualifications. Troubleshoot production injection molding process issues. Deliver manufacturing input on part… Hunter Industries

12 days ago

Web Developer

Hunter Industries San Marcos, CA

Position Purpose: Responsible for planning, developing, and maintaining Hunter‘s websites and online applications. The web developer works in… Hunter Industries

30+ days ago

Area Manager I

Hunter Industries Shenzhen, SZ

Acting as local intermediary, may recommend distribution changes as necessary and informs management of events, territory occurrences, and other… Hunter Industries

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    Current Employee - Supervisor in San Marcos, CA
    Current Employee - Supervisor in San Marcos, CA

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    Great benefits, relaxed atmosphere that enables you to do your job without feeling pressured from management. Family oriented, with a lot of care directed towards the health and welfare of the employees.


    A lot of people have been promoted based on personal reasons instead of business reasons. About 40% of the staff do not speak, write or understand English very well, and were hired based on reasons from some management personnel to personally assist that individual, rather than Hunter Industries. So because of that, you have 10, 15, or 20 year employees who have never been promoted beyond the next level, if that. Most of them can't take the necessary test to be promoted because of their lack of English skills. Hunter needs to get back to the basic regarding hiring practices concerning this issue or they will not be able to develop talent from within. Also, there is a lot of nepotism and favoritism regarding this fact, to the point that jobs for individuals who perform below average are protected; Especially in the assembly and molding areas. Some of the employees jobs require them to read instructions in English, but some can't even read or comprehend English, so they ask one of the friends or other workers to translate for them. This makes it hard to do your job because part of your review is based on the personal development of the employees, so your are graded on the personal hiring of employees who were never qualified for the job from the beginning because of this fact. So because of this issue, you have to do more hands on management and a lot more babysitting to make sure that basic instructions are understood. Very frustrating.

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    Senior management needs to be more involved with enforcing the company values and mission statement at the management and supervisor levels. There should be some competency test for entry level position regarding English comprehension (reading, writing, verbal). There is a lot of misunderstanding in some areas based on this. Relatives should not be allowed to work in the same general area as the direct supervisor or manager. This can be conflict of interest when Hunter's interest is not the first priority. Promotions at some lower levels need to be based on some type of test rather than a personal request by the manager or supervisor. This has happened in the past and was not questioned by senior management or HR. Again, a conflict of interest.

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