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Thomas J. Bryce

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    Great factory job

    Press Helper (Current Employee) Searcy, AR

    ProsIt's a great paying factory job for the level of physical work. It is also climate controlled which automatically makes it better than most factories. If you want to work 60+ hours a week they will allow it the majority of the time.

    Cons12 hour shifts and once clIckes in you cannot leave the facility. You have zero sick days so call in for any reason and you will lose attendance bonus. It is a swing schedule so you will work every other weekend. For the majority of the time I've worked there they have kept us 1+ people short so there is always overtime. For close to a year everybody worked 48+ hours every week, made a lot of money but didn't see family a lot.

    Advice to Senior ManagementListen to your employees and be more concerned with employee moral. Just because you pay the best in town it doesn't mean you can treat your employees like they don't matter.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Good pay but lacking in leadership

    Product Manager (Former Employee) Memphis, TN

    ProsBryce can provide great growth opportunities if you can find your niche. If you learn who is in charge and cater to their needs you may do well provided you can "play the game". The transition to the new generation may help as new ideas and thoughts are brought into the compaqny

    ConsFamily owned which can be great if you are "in" with the family. Many long-time employees have been promoted due to their loyalty and tenure and not due to their competence.

    Advice to Senior ManagementBe willing to hire and have people rise up in the organization who are "different" than yourself. Think long-term and not on the next month P&L.

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