LynnCo Supply Chain Solutions FAQ

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11 English questions out of 11

January 15, 2020

What are perks and other benefits like at LynnCo Supply Chain Solutions?

Pros

Great employees Great leadership Great learning experience

Cons

Company does not have great benefits.

Company does not have great benefits.

January 15, 2020

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July 30, 2020

What is the retirement plan like at LynnCo Supply Chain Solutions?

Pros

Great place for people waiting out retirement or those who can’t hack it anywhere else. I wouldn’t hire most of their leadership to run a lemonade stand, but I have worked for successful companies so I guess we all have different ideas about what good leadership looks like.

Cons

Pay was actually okay but not anything you can’t find elsewhere when we bounce back from Covid, and not worth the constant power-struggles among mgrs and execs or the miserable culture. The insurance cost is outrageous. Behavior that I would call “vicious” and “unprofessional” was common among the leaders and some of the staff, who all seemed to fancy themselves as ‘A Players’. Maybe they were, but I didn’t see what I would call A-player results.

Advice to Management

I advise you bring in a new president. Companies don’t keep Presidents for 15 years anymore for a reason. They often go stale and tend to take the company down with them.

Great place for people waiting out retirement or those who can’t hack it anywhere else.

July 30, 2020

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July 30, 2020

Does LynnCo Supply Chain Solutions offer malpractice insurance?

Pros

Great place for people waiting out retirement or those who can’t hack it anywhere else. I wouldn’t hire most of their leadership to run a lemonade stand, but I have worked for successful companies so I guess we all have different ideas about what good leadership looks like.

Cons

Pay was actually okay but not anything you can’t find elsewhere when we bounce back from Covid, and not worth the constant power-struggles among mgrs and execs or the miserable culture. The insurance cost is outrageous. Behavior that I would call “vicious” and “unprofessional” was common among the leaders and some of the staff, who all seemed to fancy themselves as ‘A Players’. Maybe they were, but I didn’t see what I would call A-player results.

Advice to Management

I advise you bring in a new president. Companies don’t keep Presidents for 15 years anymore for a reason. They often go stale and tend to take the company down with them.

The insurance cost is outrageous.

July 30, 2020

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April 9, 2020

How is diversity at LynnCo Supply Chain Solutions?

Pros

The pay was pretty good.

Cons

The people and the very stuffy environment. The favoritism is out of control. Not very inviting to new employees, older staff get upset if certain ppl talk a loud. Wouldn't recommend to the younger crowd. These aren't the ppl to learn from.

Advice to Management

Step down.

Not very inviting to new employees, older staff get upset if certain ppl talk a loud.

April 9, 2020

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July 30, 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at LynnCo Supply Chain Solutions?

Pros

Great place for people waiting out retirement or those who can’t hack it anywhere else. I wouldn’t hire most of their leadership to run a lemonade stand, but I have worked for successful companies so I guess we all have different ideas about what good leadership looks like.

Cons

Pay was actually okay but not anything you can’t find elsewhere when we bounce back from Covid, and not worth the constant power-struggles among mgrs and execs or the miserable culture. The insurance cost is outrageous. Behavior that I would call “vicious” and “unprofessional” was common among the leaders and some of the staff, who all seemed to fancy themselves as ‘A Players’. Maybe they were, but I didn’t see what I would call A-player results.

Advice to Management

I advise you bring in a new president. Companies don’t keep Presidents for 15 years anymore for a reason. They often go stale and tend to take the company down with them.

I wouldn’t hire most of their leadership to run a lemonade stand, but I have worked for successful companies so I guess we all have different ideas about what good leadership looks like.

July 30, 2020

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