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Field Safety Manager

Mears Group Mount Pleasant, MI

• Perform annual internal audits of the HSE programs and assist with external audits… Glassdoor


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Herbert L. Fluharty
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    HORRIBLE place to work

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    Former Employee - Anonymous
    Former Employee - Anonymous

    I worked at Mears Group full-time

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    Unfortunately I am unable to write any pros

    Cons

    The management is terrible. They are very condescending and they think they're gods. The managers possess no leadership or coaching skills at all. I personally heard from management "you need to be able to get into my head and know what i'm thinking". Employees are hired to work not to become a fortune teller. The managers work hard, but don't know how to manage other people, only themselves which provides no room for development or growth within the organization. One other trait that I noticed about management is that they build their own perception in their minds and dump it on the employee as if their perception is accurate and correct. The managers don't listen to everything that is said, they only pick up on a few words which is considered selective hearing. From these few words they build a perception of an employee. This train of thought is very weak and does not give an accurate description of who the employee really is. It also deflates employees and kills motivation but gives birth to the lack of. There were two people in less than a year that were in my position - get the hint.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Actively listen to your employees. Don't build perceptions in your head, and if you do for the sake of your shortcomings and deficiencies, understand that although it's YOUR reality, it's not the truth. Don't expect employees to know what you're thinking and get upset at them for not delivering. It's a deficiency of your communication skills, not their comprehension. This has happened with dozens of employees. You are human just as they are, do not be condescending.

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