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Digital Marketing/Web Developer

McNaughton-McKay Norcross, GA

This position will support the development, set-up, execution and measurement of our multi-channel marketing… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Co-op Engineering

McNaughton-McKay Greenville, SC +3 locations

Our co-op employees are high-tech liaisons, using technical skill and problem solving acumen to assist both internal and external customers with… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Delivery Driver

McNaughton-McKay Flint, MI

Provides safe, timely and efficient delivery of products to customers, maintain daily delivery and vehicle log. Assists in warehouse distribution… Glassdoor

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Don Slominski Jr.
8 Ratings

    Stable company through good times and bad

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Pricing Administrator in Madison Heights, MI
    Current Employee - Pricing Administrator in Madison Heights, MI

    I have been working at McNaughton-McKay full-time (more than 3 years)


    The environment is pretty laid back
    Strong company morals, company is well-respected in the industry
    Transparency into company performance
    Easy opportunity for continuing education
    Solid retirement
    Strong executive management
    Generally speaking, management is very easy to talk to, even executives
    Not a public company, so firing people simply to make numbers doesn't happen here


    Raises and bonuses are very rare/low for non-sales people or mgt, not even meeting cost of living usually. Need to get your desired salary upfront
    Hard work is rarely rewarded any more than coasting
    Advancement opportunities are lacking because of low turnover
    Being able to see sales numbers is a double-edged sword when raises and bonuses are lower than they should be

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    For those not anywhere close to retirement age, all the talk about ESOP is not nearly as important as making ends meet today. Many would trade lowered ESOP stock prices for healthier bonuses and salary increases that outpace the cost of living. The company may be doing very well now, but the "little people" are struggling. This should not be the case in a truly "employee owned" company.

    Positive Outlook
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