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Hervé de la Vauvre
Pros – Excellent benefits and retirement plan.
A small enough company that you can make a difference.
People tend to stay a long time. Turnover is very low.
Cons – At one time (20 years ago), Griffith paid above average. But that is not the case now. They bring people in at a low rate but rarely give more than cost of living increases.
Advice to Senior Management – Re-evaluate your pay scales for skilled workers. They are below average.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – Benefits package, R&D, Good people, A few strong customer relationships
Cons – No clear strategy or direction, No competitive advantage, Not interested in investing in the business, Lack of customer focus - tells customers how business works
Advice to Senior Management – Understand what all customers want, rather than satisfying just a few customers. Sales drives the business yet is not respected throughout the organization. Develop a sales strategy - what is your differentiator?
Pros – Good benefits. A lot of the working folks were nice.
Cons – Very dishonest management. The owner pretends to be religious, so they portray themselves as a "family-oriented" employer. Don't believe it. They disrespected, passed over and back-stabbed their current employees, so they could justify sexier hires from outside the company. if you had not come from their audit firm, there was a glass ceiling in the accounting department.
Advice to Senior Management – Open up. Dishonesty and hypocrisy are obvious. Clarity and honesty are actual legitimate choices.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
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