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6 hrs ago

Director - Human Resources Neenah, WI – new

Kimberly-Clark Neenah, WI

• Driving engagement and high performance in order to leverage talent as a competitive advantage. • Planning and ensuring effectiveness of key HR… Kimberly-Clark

4 days ago

Services Procurement Specialist - Neenah, WI

Kimberly-Clark Neenah, WI

The Procurement Specialist is responsible for the timely and cost-effective strategic sourcing of complex goods and services in accordance with… Kimberly-Clark

5 days ago

Financial Analyst-IT: Neenah, WI

Kimberly-Clark Neenah, WI

• Streamline and standardize the portfolio financial processes and reporting across the Global IT organization. • Establish and enforce standard… Kimberly-Clark

18 days ago

Digital Solutions Producer Neenah, WI

Kimberly-Clark Neenah, WI

Req. 1400020E Principal Accountabilities • Responsible for scheduling projects, prioritization of initiatives, resource-planning, risk assessment… Kimberly-Clark

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    Great workers, horrible management

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    Former Employee - Consumer Service Specialist  in  Neenah, WI
    Former Employee - Consumer Service Specialist in Neenah, WI

    I worked at Kimberly-Clark full-time for less than a year


    Awesome co-workers, very fair pay, the hours were very flexible and good, self-paced work without high pressure deadlines or goals


    Constant fear of losing your job, no communication from management whatsoever. If you suck up to the people in charge, you will be kept. If you don't, or if you dare to ask any questions, they will find a reason to replace you. They do not hire directly, they prefer to use temp agencies. You are a body to them, not an actual person.

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    Communicate with your employees. They are the face of your company. Put some time into them and find out what is going on in the front lines.

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