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30+ days ago

Plant Manager

James Hardie Fontana, CA

Due to our GROWTH we have a need for plant managers across our business. Our plant operations are located in Texas, Florida, Illinois, Virginia… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Building Science Scientist

James Hardie Fontana, CA

The Building Science Scientist will identify and develop product and system improvements through recognition of construction & building science… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Engineer

James Hardie Fontana, CA

The Product Development Engineer for JH Research will provide engineering support and assist with day to day progress of product development… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Maintenance Manager

James Hardie Fontana, CA

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY You're the kind of Maintenance Manager who enjoys managing the career development and training plans for individuals within… CareerBuilder


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    Toxic Corporate Culture

    Former Employee - Mechanical Engineer in Fontana, CA
    Former Employee - Mechanical Engineer in Fontana, CA

    I worked at James Hardie full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    James Hardie has a good product that provides a true performance advantage over other building products. The company pays well and has good health insurance benefits. You are given a fair amount of responsibility and can really make a lot of difference if you are motivated.

    Cons

    James Hardie has a corporate culture that goes beyond professional candor to scary behavior in the name of accountability. The executive management lacks any sort of tact or decorum and are regularly verbally abusive to the employees. In the early days there were employees threatened with 2 x 4s in their performance reviews and taken outside to settle matters. National sales meetings were essentially bachelor parties. Today things are more tame but it is still very much a good ol' boys club with an alpha male complex. Employees are pitted against one another to compete and the winner is the survivor.

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    Most of the management team today has only ever worked for James Hardie. I think it would do them good to work for another company and learn how to lead people with professional decorum.

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