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Updated Jun 4, 2014

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    Was once the best place to work in phoenix

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee) Phoenix, AZ

    ProsFree lunch, a lot of lower level tallent. A beautiful building ( phoenix location )

    ConsA recent change to the management team has really changed things for the worse. On the plus side the company did promote from within, the problem with this was it was done to save money not because employees were ready to be moved into management positions. The operations team is understaffed, there is lots to be done and just not enough people to do it. There is no proper PM plan in place, the equipment is begining to show signs of neglect creating some dangerous conditions specifically with the ammonia refrigeration plant. There has been multiple failures of the cooling system usually for the same reason, given the fact that it has happened many times one would have to assume that nothing is being done to fix the problem. Lower level employees have ideas and plans to fix current porblems but are ignored by upper management. The facility is rates as N+1 but a fair chunk of the cooling systems +1 capability is not avalible due to needed repairs specifically in the ammonia cooling plant.

    If you want to work at a place were you walk around and inspect equipement while checking boxes, but do nothing to actually repair or properly maintain it... this is the place for you.

    If you want to actually do your job be allowed to get things done, and be respected for your knowledge keep looking.

    Advice to Senior ManagementManagement needs to know what they dont know, and listen to the ones that do know what needs to be done. Dont be scared to take advice from lower level employees, be grateful that the lower level guys have the knowledge and ability to make improvement suggestions. You hired guys with experience and good technical knowledge, you should probably listen to them. When suggestions for repairs or improvements are made, make them be heard and make them happen. YOU CAN DO BETTER THAN THIS!!!!

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

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