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15 days ago

Human Resources Development Manager

Southco Concordville, PA

5-7 years Human Resources experience with Supervisory responsibility. Solid experience with C&B, Recruitment, Performance, Culture, Training… Southco


10 days ago

Plastics Material Prep/Dry Spc

Southco Concordville, PA

Ensure efficient continuous running of injection molding plant by supplying staff and machines with accurately prepared plastic raw materials. Use… Southco


10 days ago

Payroll/HRIS Representative

Southco Concordville, PA

The objective of this position is to provide accounting and administrative support to payroll and HRIS. Qualifications • Requires an Associate’s… Southco


8 hrs ago

Powder Coater – new

Southco Concordville, PA

This position is responsible for producing numerous components safely and of the highest quality, from a variety of operations (auto and manual… Southco


10 days ago

Plastic Injection Oper

Southco Concordville, PA

Text Qualifications • High School Diploma or equivalent • Excellent mechanical skills and ability • Good math skills • Ability to use measuring… Southco


7 days ago

Sr Buyer

Southco Concordville, PA

The Sr. Buyer is responsible for ensuring quality, delivery and cost for assigned purchased commodities (raw material, components, and supplies) and… Southco


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Brian M. McNeill
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    Jekyll and Hide Leadership. Focus on wrong metrics. Ineffective middle management. Hypocritical at the top.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Southco full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    It used to be a great place to work and there are still some really great people there. I'm afraid I hear more people saying how they need to start looking. Then there will be nothing left.

    Cons

    Where do I start? Being nickeled and dimed on spending in our department then hearing leadership is having regional sales meetings. (And from what I hear the sales meetings always have more booze and bed sharing then strategy and information sharing.). Or hearing that all the officers and bored members are going to Asia with their spouses on the company dime?

    We focus on this rediculous metric - passed due to request when customers are able to request tomorrow when we have a lead time of 6 weeks. Why???

    We've been on mandatory overtime for months. Maybe even a year now. I've lost track. And the offices get summer hours.

    And the leaders are one day nice and positive the next day scary and demeaning. I've seen more than one co-worker reduced to tears. I have a unique view in having multiple roles here. And I can tell you it's got so much potential but no one seems to care enough to return it to greatness.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take a look back. You "fixed" what wasn't broke.

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