Cardone Industries FAQ

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August 16, 2019

What is health insurance like at Cardone Industries?

Pros

Good Health insurance, some friendly people

Cons

Very strict about hours worked, even for a salaried employee. You are still treated like an hourly. Very religious company and heavily rooted in the past. Latest Cardone generation have no idea how to run the company.

Good Health insurance, some friendly people

August 16, 2019

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May 20, 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at Cardone Industries?

Pros

They have a great leadership team and a new CEO trying to improve the company.

Cons

There is a massive amount of changes that are not well thought out. They let go of some of the most knowledgeable employees.

Advice to Management

Consider looking into best candidates when cutting down on size versus seniority. Some people can offer more to your company even though they’ve been there a shorter amount of time.

They have a great leadership team and a new CEO trying to improve the company.

May 20, 2020

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April 28, 2020

Why do Cardone Industries employees quit?

Pros

New CEO trying to improve things

Cons

Owned by Brookfield Investments (private equity firm) People are a low priority to them. They do NOT honor their agreements / promises. No severance after 24 years of service. We were told we would get 12 weeks.

Advice to Management

honor your commitments to your employees and their families.

No severance after 24 years of service.

April 28, 2020

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April 13, 2020

What is the feeling of job security at Cardone Industries?

Pros

Fantastic benefits while I was there. They were just purchased by an investment firm though, so I'm not sure if that will last. The long term employees were great. It was the people that made this a great company.

Cons

This used to be an amazing company with high sales, a great reputation, and an even stronger corporate culture. Over the years, this has waned. Cardone ran into some trouble in recent years, including mass layoffs for the last several years in a row, leaving a skeleton crew behind. The company was on the mend, and those of us remaining were excited to see things turn around... and then the Covid-19 virus hit. The company just had another mass layoff, (including me) and I'm fearful they will never recover. It breaks my heart, because this was a company started by a man in his garage, that became a multi-million dollar powerhouse. When I started 20 years ago, I felt like a member of the family. Now everyone is a number waiting for a phone call telling them their time is up. Heartbreaking to be gone, and even more heartbreaking for those left there to try to keep the company afloat.

Advice to Management

I'm not sure how you can save the company at this point. I understand that you have to do what you need to do when there is no money coming in, but I can't even imagine how the people left behind will be able to do the jobs of so many. Best of luck to you. I hope you can turn things around.

Cardone ran into some trouble in recent years, including mass layoffs for the last several years in a row, leaving a skeleton crew behind.

April 13, 2020

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November 17, 2020

How is management perceived at Cardone Industries?

Pros

Cardone corporate really seems to have itself together but they are a large conglomerate as such the companies they acquire don’t always follow Cardone corporate stds or philosophies

Cons

I worked for a subsidiary of Cardone, ADP distributors/Rotomaster, they are a small company out of Canada who’s trying to make it in the US market, but a very uneducated unprofessional management team makes it doubtful they will be successful. They are very inconsistent and driven only by profits, they undercut there dealers buy selling direct to end users or other dealers who promise greater profits.

Advice to Management

Bring in US management to oversee operations, there current business model will sink this company

I worked for a subsidiary of Cardone, ADP distributors/Rotomaster, they are a small company out of Canada who’s trying to make it in the US market, but a very uneducated unprofessional management team makes it doubtful they will be successful.

November 17, 2020

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