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30+ days ago

Process Engineer - Neenah, WI

Kimberly-Clark Neenah, WI

Process Engineers at Kimberly-Clark initiate design, develop, optimize, and problem solve manufacturing processes in a manner that meets safety and… Kimberly-Clark

19 days ago

Global Commercial Innovation Enterprise E-Commerce Manager - Roswell, GA

Kimberly-Clark Roswell, GA

•Creates a strategic vision for KCP to increase participation in enterprise e-commerce through distributor portal, Ariba, Coupa and SciQuest… Kimberly-Clark

2 days ago

Manufacturing Operator - Fullerton, CA – new

Kimberly-Clark United States

- Receives and carries out instructions from the Asset Leader/Process leader. - Maintains good housekeeping in the area and conducts clean-up… Kimberly-Clark

30+ days ago

Digital Technical Specialist - Neenah, WI

Kimberly-Clark Neenah, WI

• Evaluate latest tools and technologies relevant to the team and prepare proposal / evaluation reports to management. • Participate / lead… Kimberly-Clark

30+ days ago

Maintenance Associate - Electrical/Mechanical - LaGrange, GA

Kimberly-Clark Lagrange, GA

Provide electrical expertise to all functional areas, and other maintenance teams as needed. Assist all manufacturing teams and maintenance… Kimberly-Clark

30+ days ago

Procurement Marketing Communications Leader - Roswell, GA

Kimberly-Clark Roswell, GA

Key customers for this position are the Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer and her leadership team. Other partners include: CFO’s… Kimberly-Clark

5 days ago

Procurement Consultant Capital Equipment - Location Open

Kimberly-Clark Neenah, WI

The Kimberly Clark Procurement Team is seeking a full time Procurement Sr. Consultant to provide strategic sourcing expertise in Capital Projects… Kimberly-Clark

26 days ago

Senior Finance Business Analyst -Rogers, AR

Kimberly-Clark Rogers, AR

Customer: Walmart Location: Rogers, AR In this fast paced, highly interactive role you will contribute to the achievement of net sales, profit and… Kimberly-Clark

16 days ago

Sr. Associate Brand Manager-Goodnites - Neenah, WI

Kimberly-Clark Neenah, WI

The primary purpose of this Senior Associate Brand Manager position is to lead key initiatives related to marketing planning & execution for the… Kimberly-Clark

30+ days ago

EHS Specialist - Beech Island, SC

Kimberly-Clark Beech Island, SC

Provide Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) leadership to the CTEC team, along with supporting the Beech Island site EHS team and site-wide… Kimberly-Clark

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    Great people and culture, but volatile

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    Current Employee - IT Technical Work in Atlanta, GA
    Current Employee - IT Technical Work in Atlanta, GA

    I have been working at Kimberly-Clark full-time (more than 5 years)


    Great people to work with and for...the culture is idealistic and visionary. Adequate pay and benefits and, in my case, they encourage creative problem solving. Excellent training opportunities. Beautiful office environments and support for remote knowledge workers. They appreciate hard work, but do not try to burn you out.


    Pay is a bit low compared to peer companies. They tend to have layoffs every 5-6 years ago which creates a depressing and fearful work environment for about a year. Forced ranking of employee performance, i.e. you can be "unacceptable" even if your boss says your're great and rates you as superior. To survive the rankings, you must be visible in a positive way with other managers.

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    It's a shareholder benefit focused big corporation that can be ruthless if you mismanage things. Better choice for managers and everyone: a B (benefit) corporation where shareholders, managers, workers and customers are equally valued.
    GET RID OF FORCED RANKINGS OF EMPLOYEES; you are now cutting out some muscle. Expect lawsuits if you continue forced rankings and a shift towards less group cooperation and more knife-in-the-back politics.

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