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Merchandising Manager

Leggett & Platt Chicago, IL

• Support Merchandising and Procurement team in achieving new product sales and profit goals • Manage the new product life cycle from strategic… Glassdoor

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Leggett & Platt Chairman of the Board & CEO Dave Haffner
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27 Ratings

    A steady, stable employer that is good for folks who are OK with doing the same job for a long time.

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    Current Employee - Account Manager  in  Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Account Manager in Chicago, IL

    I have been working at Leggett & Platt full-time for more than 5 years


    I had a lot of freedom to do my job, my bosses supported me, and about half the employees I worked with were supportive, engaged, and came to be real friends. Most importantly, there were a lot of opportunities to learn and grow. (please do not confuse that with "opportunities for advancement" although I understand some of that has changed since I left). Good health benefits at very little cost to the employee. If you set good boundaries, there is a good work/life balance here, but it's up to you to find it.


    They company pays less than the going rate in my area for similar positions, but for Carthage MO they pay well. The company is incredibly resistant to change- those who try are squished until they want to leave or are fired. There wasn't much room to grow from my position because promotions are generally given to those who have been there longest and there was a long line ahead of me.

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    Stricter standards of employee performance. Yes, it's great they have been there so many years, but that's because no one else would hire them, not because they're loyal. It lowers the bar for everyone.

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