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Network Administrator

Nifco America Corp. Canal Winchester, OH

NIFCO America is seeking an expert IT professional with 5 years or more of experience as an Systems Administrator supporting employees both onsite… Dice


14 days ago

Oracle Application Analyst

Nifco America Corp. Canal Winchester, OH

NIFCO America. is a leading manufacturer of high quality plastic parts. One of the key products in the Corporate application portfolio is the Oracle… Dice


NIFCO America Corp Reviews

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Toshiyuki Yamamoto
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    Great benefits, great people, outdated systems, and out-of-touch management.

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    Former Employee - Engineer  in  Canal Winchester, OH
    Former Employee - Engineer in Canal Winchester, OH

    I worked at NIFCO America Corp full-time

    Pros

    The office environment is very relaxed; no uniforms, and eating and drinking is allowed at the desks. The people are generally great to work with. The benefits are great; it would be hard to find another company that takes care of its employees as well as Nifco when it comes to benefits. Vacation is available to employees right away.

    Cons

    Many of the systems used are very outdated; most computers run extremely slowly and other IT functions are frustrating to deal with, though I know they are working to fix that currently. Extremely high turnover, especially in management positions; this means management is often very out of touch with lower level associates. There are no real procedures in place for many positions as well, which means one's daily tasks vary from week to week. Management often asks for input from employees, but rarely listens. Like any company, there are some terrible managers and team leaders that upper management turn a blind eye to while they do a very poor job on a daily basis. Advancement opportunities are decent due to high turnover, but promotions often lead to less job security.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen when you ask for input. Promote from within. Reward employees that give extra effort.

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