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Rockwell Automation Chairman, President, and CEO Keith D. Nosbusch
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    Former Employee - Production Test Technician in Richland Center, WI
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    I worked at Rockwell Automation (More than 3 years)


    It was a very clean and safe place to work. The pay was good.


    The work was not consistence. In winter there was usually couple months where it was slow and you were standing around doing nothing, but during the summer months you could expect to be working 60 hours a week. Another big issue, was that management constantly changed and this made it hard to get much done with every single new person coming in with their big new ideas they wanted to try. The company also used the plant to try and debug all their new products. This part was actually fun, but the issue was that they expected the pant to maintain their production levels while fixing massive engineering issues. It just was not possible. The uppers were not ever happy... The great people that worked there seemed to pull off production quotas even with everything against them, but management always seem to yell or complain it was not enough. It is so bad that in the 3 years I have seen many happy go lucky people join and with in couple months they were angry depressed people. It was very sad.

    Advice to Management

    Stop changing stuff every couple months. Tell people they are doing a good job and mean it. Find a balance in the work load. Working 58 hours a week really puts a lot of stress on people.

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