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pros & cons mixed together: In reviewing these inputs, especially the negative ones; I only hope anyone reading them would be able to see inconsistent and very unreliable justification for their negativity. There are so many other criteria to consider when choosing an organization to interview with other than commentary like this forum. I never even knew this forum existed; but having looked it over some commentary has simply gone too far ridiculous. Drug testing? Don’t do drugs and no matter how many times you’re tested it doesn’t matter. There is too much to loose with that scene anyway both for the employee and the employer. Not happy with the pay? Don’t accept the offer. Doesn’t meet your expectations? Consider that it works both ways; perhaps you didn’t meet the company’s expectations. Right to work State. Matter of fact. A protective law that works for both the employee and the employer. Bothered by high mix of ethnic groups, grow up. Enjoy and learn. Basically the priorities of earning a living, providing for a family and an earnest desire to do a good job crosses all ethnic boundaries and Krypton Solutions is the best example I’ve ever seen in 40+ years in the work force. I’ve worked in Fortune 100, 500, and small manufacturing companies. All of it has been technical, most all of it in production 24x7 environments, and have done management in these companies as well. This is the best I’ve ever worked for the following reasons. Very flat management layering, everyone on the floor from the CEO to each individual contributor. Don’t worry about open door policies, there are no doors. The management doesn’t just give lip service to their convictions like in the more established big companies. They just don’t echo the latest ‘progressive politically correct human resource gimmick’; they back up their convictions and can be trusted. I’ve have not witnessed the parades of political drama that go on in other companies I’ve been associated with. That’s why it pains me to read some of the comments. I’ve witnessed empathy almost to a fault in management’s effort to work with and help employees. They truly understand and believe the success of their employee’s translates into the success of their company. There are no golden parachute players here. Not happy with the insurance package? Wake up! Insurance packages are being directed by our fearless leaders in Washington who seem to know what we really need, how much to pay, and what we should buy. And if you or the company doesn’t like it; the punitive charges will almost make you want to just go on the dole. I have some insight into these costs to other companies and the smaller ones you would think the government wants to put out of business. Krypton has done a good job in tight times to offer its employee’s the best good faith deal they could. They are not here to provide someone a meal ticket and life security; they’re here to develop a robust company endeavor high in customer satisfaction going above and beyond continually. And are more than willing to share the rewards of those successes with those who wish to join; not just show up. Krypton put’s it money where its mouth is in its technology, people talent, and vision for the future; and they are positioned to succeed. Sure you may be able to sell your talents to a higher bidder. Go for it, do it now! If it was so easy to do in today’s economy; why did you interview and accept here in the first place? Don’t spread poison all over the floor and infect others with your frustration. They do the bonuses annually and when the money in the kitty is greater the bonuses will be also, based upon capital investment plans, performance of the individual and the company. Something has happened over the past 20 years it seems, at least to some degree. The work ethic seems to have transitioned to expecting a country club; when all parties are supposed to be here to earn money and provide for what they need and want now and into the future. We all work in some form of indentured service people. We exchange a large portion of our life in time and effort in order to earn what we need. Find what works for you. This place works for me now and I hope into the future. But if life takes me in another direction, there it is. I will have the satisfaction that I worked where I could make a difference, make a contribution, be respected for my work, and enjoy it too. Warning to the country clubbers. There is no place to hide here like the bigger companies.
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Advice to Management
: Keep up the good ethical work that you do. You got a great formula. If any constructive criticism could be offered it would be to perhaps shorten your patience a little with marginal performance.