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3 days ago

Technical Sales Service Representative - Commercial Printing

MeadWestvaco Corp Covington, VA

CAREER OPPORTUNITY Provides technical assistance to MWV's Commercial Print segment and its customers. This assistance includes emergency… Percipio Media

3 days ago

Technical Sales Service Representative

MeadWestvaco Corp Covington, VA

CAREER OPPORTUNITY Participate in timely and cost effective technical solutions. Provide accurate feedback to mill personnel. Work to help ensure… Percipio Media

30+ days ago

Safety & Health Consultant

MeadWestvaco Covington, VA

The Safety and Health Consultant is a member of the Covington SH&E Team. S/he provides Safety & Health technical consulting support and leadership to… MeadWestvaco

30+ days ago

Process Engineer

MeadWestvaco Covington, VA

Our Carbon business is poised for global growth. We are searching for a dynamic and experienced Process Engineer who is strategically focused on… MeadWestvaco

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70 Ratings

    Don't work for them through Manpower for the Carbon plant.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Covington, VA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Covington, VA

    I worked at MeadWestvaco as a contractor (less than a year)


    There are some nice people, and there is always something for you to do or work on.


    The quality department is severely lacking in their quality of leadership. MWV company does not care about employees below a certain paygrade and all Manpower employees are below that paygrade, you will also never be hired on full time from Manpower to MWV as it is much cheaper for MWV to employ people through Manpower. Almost everyone there has a jock mentality from high school, especially management. This is also a high stress environment and if you are a Manpower Employee working for MWV you are likely working with someone who wants a slave instead of an employee.

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    To lower the stress values of current employees serious consideration should be given to hiring more employees. The people I worked with are stressed to the point of requiring medical attention and the only way to lower their stress values would be to hire more people to take on some of their duties.

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