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Pastry Chef

The Midland Morecambe, England

You need to be dedicated with a genuine interest in fine food and a desire to be part of a winning team. The quality of food presentation is… universalJobmatch

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John W. Hayden
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  • The company is a terrific company to work for, however the pay sucks.

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    Current Employee - Systems Analyst in Amelia, OH
    Current Employee - Systems Analyst in Amelia, OH
    Disapproves of CEO


    The people, benefits, and opportunities are three of the best reasons to be at Midland. Many of the individuals have been with the company for 10 plus years, and in the industry even longer. This provides great opportunities for the transfer of knowledge to the less experienced employees. Midland also offers classes on sight from insurance to microsoft office courses to help increase the capabilities of its staff. Its extremely helpful to have the classes are offered on sight and during work hours. Midland also provides tuition reimbursement, helping to promote the employees to continue their education. The environment is also fairly casual.


    Some upper management is unrealistic in their expectations. The work loads that come through most of the departments are continuing to increase while resources have been frozen to head count of the company. There's a lack of understanding that when the amount of products being written continuously increase, resources should increase also. With the increased work load, you are expected to continue to put out perfect work. The pay is also one of the worst things about working at Midland. This company should be looked at as a good starting company to your career. They are very good at providing opportunities to increase your knowledge and experience in the business, except they provide the money to back up your experience.

    Advice to Management

    I would suggest that when you find employees that show great potential to advance within the company to make sure they're happy and well paid. These are the future leaders of the company and you don't want to lose them because you wanted to save a few thousand dollars.

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