Koch Business Solutions

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2 days ago

Manager, Computing Support Systems – new

Koch Business Solutions, LP Atlanta, GA

& Expectations: • Lead and supervise a group of technical professionals in the computing services group • Lead development of processes and… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Payroll Supervisor

Koch Business Solutions, LP Atlanta, GA

The Koch Business Solutions Payroll Operations group is part of a larger payroll team that supports multiple Koch businesses with over… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Manager SAP HCM – new

Koch Business Solutions, LP Atlanta, GA

Picture yourself building a successful career at Koch Industries working alongside other talented, highly motivated individuals committed to reaching… Glassdoor


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    Only focus: make money at all costs. Company ignores ethics and compliance since penalty if caught is lower than profit

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    I worked at Koch Business Solutions full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    If you happen upon a great idea and protect and merchandise as to get credit, you can expect a sizable bonus once the gain is realized.

    Cons

    Do not expect salary increases outside of promotions and bonuses. Good reviews are not rewarded with salary growth. Even cost-of-living increases are ignored. The philosophy of the company is to reward based on realized value an employee has achieved for the company only.

    Expect to be worked to the bone, even if more efficient processes can be created. In one case an a salaried accounting group would regularly work on weekends at a mill location to complete required managerial reports. A report solution was estimated to cost $8000 and save approximately 48 weekend overtime hours of the "salaried" employees time per month. The decision was made to reject the investment since the employees were salaried and were coming in without pay anyway.

    Expect a cut-throat environment in which every employee and department is fighting for ideas and service opportunities to survive. The group that "wins" the business opportunity is rewarded and survives even if the idea is stolen from another group. As such, groups often befriend other groups and individuals to "spy" and gain project ideas. Whoever presents the idea the best and the fastest wins. Be ready for a lot of blood, sweat and tears.

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    KBS is missing so many opportunities for real innovation and profit. Great ideas that drive revenue and cut cost don't always come from the loudest employee or group carrying the biggest sword. Find a way to rediscover innovation and opportunity and to reject the environment that is occurring at 55 Park Place in Atlanta. Competitors without the cut-throat mentality are quickly catching up and will surpass you in revenue efficiency.

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