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13 Reviews
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Steve Hackett
2 Ratings

    You can't stop the dollars out the door

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    Current Employee - Anonymous  in  Santa Ana, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous in Santa Ana, CA

    I have been working at SPS Technologies full-time for more than 3 years


    The potential for learning is limitless but you have to be willing to learn and work hard.
    Everyday is a chess game if you like chess.
    Plenty of good systems in place (they're just not being followed).


    About 90% of the people here do not know what they're doing, of the 10% that do know what they are doing its a mix of oldtimers nearing retirement and short timers on a stepping stone.
    Also be ready to do someone else's job because they either don't know what they're doing or are lazy to do their job and will simply blame you for it.
    If you're one of the good ol' boys or a "yes man" you can basically getting away with anything including not doing your job.
    There's also a total lack of accountability, you can basically run a whole job to scrap but as long as ESH is made then its ok.
    Rules, regulations, specifications aren't allowed to get in the way of the dollars.
    Expect your job role to change or wear "many hats" even if the hats are a conflict of interest.
    Be ready to work Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays such as Christmas Day because you can't stop the dollars.
    The sinking ship will get what's coming to them. (Hourly employees have already tried to unionize at least TWICE).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If something still isn't working with the revolving door of managers/supervisors in a dept, it's probably best to start looking at the next level down.
    Use skilled/trained personnel for critical operations instead of temps who won't know or care about what they're doing.
    Do what you say and say what you do.

    Doesn't Recommend
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