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Ron J. Cohen
Former Employee – worked at Sig Sauer
Pros – Friendly work environment. Management makes an effort to recognize employee achievements.
Cons – My previous employment was at a corporate headquarter for an international company... It was hard to get used to working in a manufacturing environment that had an "office area" and a "manufacturing area".
Advice to Senior Management – Try to break down the figurative "walls" between the office employees and the manufacturing employees. Manufacturing employees feel that they are treated with less respect than the office personnel.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2008-11-08 17:12 PST
Former Employee – worked at Sig Sauer full-time for less than a year
Pros – Free coffee and hot chocolate.
Cons – Mice/insect infestation at both locations
Management is extremely top heavy
False titles given to improve morale
Push employees to breaking point
Advice to Senior Management – Focus on training and developing a highly skilled workforce that suite the needs of the company.
Consider ESOP to keep employees connected to the company’s success.
Lastly, utilize cheap technology to improve work efficiency.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2013-02-21 08:33 PST
Current Employee – been working at Sig Sauer
Pros – The people are great, and the products are top of the line. The company is located in a very good spot. Just a few miles off rt 202
Cons – Very damanding place to work. They expect there employees to have answer to any question they have immediatly.
Advice to Senior Management – Managers need to get back bones and make decisions. All decisions come from the corner office.
2012-02-24 12:41 PST
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