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Shure Reviews

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Shure President and CEO Sandy LaMantia
Sandy LaMantia
32 Ratings
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    Used to care about ppl. Now just a corrupt corporate. Moved USA manufacturing to oversea just to make more bonus $$$

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    Former Employee - Production Leader  in  Wheeling, IL
    Former Employee - Production Leader in Wheeling, IL

    I worked at Shure full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    have been working here for 35 years and the environment was like a family, coworkers care about each other and old management knew everyone's name. The owner and CEO used to walk around to greed people once a month. People were treated like humans and not like a tool to make money. This company was funded in the 1920 with good american value. However this is gone with the new management they started to hired a couple years ago.

    Cons

    The company has grown exponentially and it has transformed into a typical greedy money making American Corporate who doesn't care laying off manufacturing workers who have been with the company 30 years or more working and giving their best for the company. New VPs doesn't care. They just care for their yearly big Bonuses at the end of year.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Promote internally people who cares about the company. Stop making descitions based on short term profitability or big bonuses, Care and listen to people, stop by their desk and find out what really is going on the floors below you. Stop hiring kids out of school, they don't care and have bad manners.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO