Patterson Companies – Marietta, GA
Major Duties: • Makes assigned customer calls and diagnoses problems to a module or specific component. • Monitors parts, supplies or tools… Patterson Companies
Patterson Companies – Rocky Hill, CT
Main Duties: • On the job training responding to inquiries from customers and sales personnel • Learn to determine the professional needs of… Patterson Companies
Patterson Companies – San Antonio, TX
• Management and creation of quotes and contracts • Procurement of all equipment orders from Equipment Specialists, Territory Sales… Patterson Companies
Patterson Companies – Warrenville, IL
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Patterson Companies, Inc. (Corporate) – Saint Paul, MN
The Data Architect is responsible for understanding and analyzing project requirements to develop flexible and robust data models, data management… Patterson Companies, Inc. (Corporate)
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I worked at Patterson Companies full-time (More than 3 years)
Constant performance indicators so you know where you stand Lots of small raise opportunities and performance reviews in the first year Full visibility of pay structure (pay for performance) Management is supportive of improving employee performance Non-union warehouse that supports cross training opportunities Non competitive environment that supports teamwork.
Employees cheat to make their performance look better, management is aware but doesn't do anything to fix the issue. Outdated, old technology with nothing new in sight Upper Management listens to employee ideas and then pitches them as their own ideas, rather than giving credit where credit is due. Retention rates are high, if you want to be promoted or move forward, you are out of luck! Bullying is prominent and management does nothing to stop it, the people who are bullies have been around for a long time and "that is just the way they are and everyone needs to conform and deal with it." No opportunities for raises outside of the performance review structure, after the first year the raise opportunities are few and far between. Start at minimum wage, not very many exceptions.
Advice to Management
A lot of intelligent, worthy people go through your warehouses. Support them and help them to grow. Reward those employees with the ability to grow with the company. The company offers tuition reimbursement but no discernible reward is given for the employees that receive associate or bachelors degrees. There are very few women in the management hierarchy, that needs to be changed as well!