Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO
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I worked at Alessi Bakeries full-time (More than 3 years)
1) It's a small, family-owned business, with a very large manufacturing plant. 2) Depending on who you are and what you do, the pay and schedule flexibility can be very good. 3) If you keep quiet, do your job, fly low under the radar, and absolutely under no circumstance tell the owners "No", to any task, you will be okay.
1) It's a small, family-owned business, with a very large manufacturing plant. 2) They put all their eggs in one basket, so there is absolutely no team atmosphere. 3) Fledgling manufacturing plant - They're one large customer away from going out of business, if they ever lost that customer 4) Going through bankruptcy 5) No accountability of the two owners
Advice to Management
1) Get a board of directors. A small business of this magnitude needs the two owners to be held accountable for their decisions and especially their shady and whimsical financial practices. 2) Put forth a little time and effort to value and appreciate your employees, especially the loyal ones that have been around for a few years. Not all people are expendable. 3) Most importantly, get some true leadership and vision for the manufacturing plant! You need a real leader, with focus - someone with the passion, desire, motivation, a plan and a vision for the manufacturing plant. You have a potential gold mine at your fingertips, and don't see the forest for the trees.
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