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I worked at Webster EngineeringPros
Pay is good when you get hired by Webster, nice benefits package, at monthly meetings they provide lunchCons
The majority of the hiring is done through a temp agency so you may be temp for a long time (6 months or more) before you get hired on, if you get hired, which is a dollar an hour difference, the system they use is not modern, getting parts in and out is a constant hassle as they have gone to lean management, parts are kept in the employees work station and not in a separate area which leads to inventory loss, they label parts with their own number which is different from the actual part number, bar codes are not used, customer and job priorities change constantly and the system they use does not show you if parts have already been allocated for jobs or customer ordersAdvice to ManagementAdvice
Find out who is doing the best in anything and do what they do. Take a tour of their facilities and as long as you discuss business you can write the expenses off your taxes. For instance Jack Daniels has an impressive inventory control system in place. Lowes, Home Depot, and Wal Mart have some nice inventory control systems as well and they're closer.