- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Stonehouse Signs full-time (More than a year)RecommendsNeutral OutlookRecommendsNeutral Outlook
The sales people are given a good contact management tool but it's up to them to learn how to use it most effectively. Owners conduct day to day overviews of operations but tend not to get involved with day to day operations on a personal level. HR is on spot with their responsibilities and pains are taken to make sure every one understands their benefits including the retirement program. There is a company policy that if you are sick do not show up to work because if you do your chances of getting fired or sent home are very good. I like that policy. There is a certain amount of freedom all employees get. It's not really a micro managed place to work
The facility is old. There are new pieces of machinery being added to production to update the production area. While working in either the offices or the production area you are either freezing to death or close to having a stroke due to the heat depending on where you are in the building. They produce a good product and use top materials but are priced higher than competitors and due to pricing lose a lot of business.
Advice to Management
Management has high expectations and should brain storm with the sales department to try various promotions to bring in new customers. Partner more with the employees in each department. Having your employees be accountable for their work is good but ask for feedback on streamlining production and sales methods to make the company more successful.
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