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Regional Account Manager

Regal-Beloit Houston, TX

• Manages a moderate book of industrial business (more than $2M and less than $10M revenue) of existing and new accounts in a defined territory… Regal-Beloit


6 days ago

Commodity Manager II

Regal-Beloit Fort Wayne, IN

• Identify, select and manage global supplier relationships for assigned commodities (medium/high spend Steel and/or Steel related commodities) to… Regal-Beloit


30+ days ago

IT ERP Analyst Leads

Regal-Beloit Grafton, WI

Lead projects to design and develop conversion programs for new ERP implementations. Provide development and conversion support for Process… Regal-Beloit


14 days ago

Plant Manager

Regal-Beloit Reynosa

Provide overall manufacturing leadership for Reynosa operations to achieve the financial and operating objectives set by the overall organization… Regal-Beloit


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Regal Beloit CEO and Director Mark J. Gliebe
Mark J. Gliebe
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    A ride into the ground

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    I worked at Regal Beloit

    Pros

    Extremely lean and profitable. Decent healthcare, 401k. Good communication with top managment. Facilities are clean and show well to customers.

    Cons

    Poor R&D and advertising budgets, not spending much money to keep up with technology, virtually no promotion from within, and pay is below average.

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    All corporate decisions seem to have in mind the immediate best interest of only the shareholder. There is very little long term investment. Products lines become stagnant and only grow through acquisition. Respectable profits are being sucked from the value of the divisions which will eventually have no value and operations will be outsourced overseas. Micromanaging, lack of R&D, lack of advertising, lack of continuous improvement will ride each division into the ground. These issues must be fixed in order to grow long term.

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