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5 days ago

Marketing Technology Manager

Thomas & Betts Memphis, TN

• Maintain a strong grasp of the technological components of online commerce: B2B. Demonstrate an expertise of database creation and management…

16 days ago

Engineering / Quality Intern

Thomas & Betts Corporation Southaven, MS

• Troubleshoot and find root causes for issues found on the manufacturing floor • Assure product and process quality by designing testing methods… Glassdoor

10 days ago

Production Planner

Thomas & Betts Corporation Southaven, MS

• Creates production schedule for specific work centers based on actual sales demand and/or finished goods stocking levels • Reviews and… Glassdoor

9 days ago

Associate Product Line Manager- Overhead Apparatus

Thomas & Betts Corporation Memphis, TN

• Support cross-functional teams (engineering, manufacturing, sales & marketing) to meet or exceed the business objectives for the product line… Glassdoor

9 days ago

Pricing Manager

Thomas & Betts Corporation Memphis, TN

• Collaborate with product management to understand each product lines pricing strategy; use that knowledge to make sound business decisions outside… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

IT Business Analyst

Thomas & Betts Corporation Memphis, TN

• Ensures that SOX methodology is followed throughout the IT organization by a) ensuring assigned reviews are completed accurately and on time and b… Glassdoor

20 days ago

Senior Programmer Analyst

Thomas & Betts Corporation Memphis, TN

• Maintain current COGNOS/TM1 cubes making any necessary updates and corrections as needed by the business requirements • Design and Create Oracle… Glassdoor

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Thomas & Betts CEO Charles Treadway
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    Unless You Need a Stepping Stone, Run Away Fast

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    Current Employee - Drafter  in  Memphis, TN
    Current Employee - Drafter in Memphis, TN

    I have been working at Thomas & Betts full-time for more than a year


    - The starting pay is decent, but that is useless after a year or two because raises are next to nothing
    - Probably looks good on a resume


    - Raises are 1 to 3%, even when you achieve all of your "goals", it gets you nothing
    - Management is horrible
    - Scheduling is horrible
    - Procedures are horrible
    - HR is a joke
    - Their "Continuous Improvement" efforts are a joke
    - They want you to "improve" things, but don't give you time to do it. You have to take on extra tasks on top of your regular workload that is already overbooked
    - If your improvement ideas cost more than a nickle, they won't do them
    - If they do like your improvement idea, they tell you no then run with it as their own
    - Promotions are a joke. The most incompetent and unqualified people get promoted, some even after only a few months. Some get promoted just because they won't get a job anywhere else and have been there so long
    - No corrective actions are taken upon people who NEED it. They just talk bad about them behind their backs and continue to let them work there
    - Most of the systems are 20+ years old

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Actually listen to your employees
    - Take some initiative and do some work, get your hands dirty
    - Actually learn how to properly do Kaizen and Continuous Improvement instead of hiring some chump off the street
    - Again, listen to your employees
    - Get rid of your 30 year old systems
    - Get NEW systems and don't break them
    - Try some NEW things
    - Actually DO some improvement instead of just talking about it (and for the love of all that is holy, don't tack this on to somebody's already full work load, make this a full time JOB)
    - Again, listen to your employees

    (Note: this review was written on a GOOD day)

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO