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Miniature Precision Components Walworth, WI

What makes MPC so exciting? Significant sales growth, leadership development programs and record productivity and quality - does that sound exciting… Monster

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    Could be a great company, but...

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    Current Employee - Team Member  in  Walworth, WI
    Current Employee - Team Member in Walworth, WI

    I have been working at Miniature Precision Components full-time for more than 3 years


    The company The best part of working here is your co-workers.
    MPC, as a company, could be a great place to work for. They provide a lot of benefits for their employees. .


    The problem with this company lies with the H.R. department and poorly trained crew leaders. H.R. is not there for the employees and does not follow through on what they say they will. You need to continually follow up with them (when you can find them; they don’t seem to be there during posted hours) to get them to handle any issue. Identical situations are treated completely different depending on the people involved. I’m surprised there haven’t been more lawsuits against this company.

    The only way to get promoted in this company is to ‘brown nose’. They do not promote based on knowledge or skill; it’s strictly on who they ‘like’. I have seen highly qualified and experienced people passed over (for positions) to have the position given to someone with no knowledge or experience. The training is also a joke. You are questioned on your knowledge in certain areas, but no one ever follows through with what you have shown to need help with. What’s the point of this if not to make sure employees get help where they need it?

    They allow for vindictive behavior and favoritism to take place on regular bases. If they don’t like you, they will put you on something you struggle with. If they do like you, your struggles are taken into consideration. Crew leaders do not acknowledge certain employees who go above and beyond every night they come into work, but let their favorites do something once and the whole crew gets to hear how great they are during the morning meeting. Way to make people feel part of a team! (What a joke.)

    I want to make it clear that this is regarding Mega 4 in Walworth only. I have heard those who have transferred outside this building to be quite happy and that things are run much differently.

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    Provide better management training. Treat employees equally. Promote based on skill and knowledge not favortism. Listen to employees when they have an idea and don't take it personal if they have improved upon yours. They are only looking for ways to help the company as a whole.

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