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14 days ago

Operations Manager

The Pasha Group Aberdeen, WA

• Plan, organize, and manage the daily Assembly and Parts process for all customers. Daily work plan will be derived from established SIT in O.T.A… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Labor Relations Manager

The Pasha Group Aberdeen, WA

• Works closely with operating staff ensuring and coordinating efficient and cost-effective… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Safety & Training Manager

The Pasha Group Aberdeen, WA

• Direct in the development and administration of the safety orientation of new or current employees and the safety training and safe work practices… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Vessel Superintendent I

The Pasha Group Wilmington, CA

3. Develops an understanding of, and complies with, area accident prevention / safety and workers… Glassdoor


Pasha Group Reviews

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George Pasha III
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    Avoid the effort of applying to Pasha, you will only be disappointed in the end

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    Former Employee - Anonymous in National City, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous in National City, CA

    I worked at Pasha Group full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Work at Pasha will most likely be like work anywhere else. It's nothing outstanding and you are not changing the world. You are getting a paycheck in exchange for labor. Pasha provides a decent benefit package of Medical Insurance choices, supplemental insurance and a 401K plan. There is option by the corporate office to contribute to profit sharing each year.

    Cons

    Salaries are in the 10th-25th percentile range for similar positions in the same industry and geographic area ( non-managerial positions). Basically you will be working at a bargain rate, so you might as well keep looking. Also, I am not sure what direction the company values and culture are heading. If you are non-union, non managerial member of the normal staff, your outlook on the future of the company will greatly be affected by the relationship between the union and the company as well as the competence of the middle and upper management. I do not wish to speak for my co-workers but I wouldn't be out of line saying moral is extremely low due to several factors that are mostly associated with management's abilities or inabilities for that matter. In essence, do yourself a favor and don't waste your time and effort in a company that many long time veterans are starting to flee from. That's a significant statement to the corporate office on the state of things that speaks louder than anything I can say.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Do a better job of investing in your non-union employees and stop hiring 3 managers for every staff opening. Have you ever seen the movie Office Space? No one needs 8 bosses. That's not just a joke from a movie.

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