I have been working at ES3 full-time (More than a year)
The leadership is very fixated on doing the right thing, big picture business decisions are made with long term growth in mind, lots of opportunity to grow into leadership roles, at least two directors started out as fork truck drivers and have some of the most insightful views of the business I've ever seen in leaders at that level. This company is bristling with analytics and the most effective continuous improvement implementation I've ever seen.
High hourly employee turnover is a constant problem causing a constant "learning curve" situation, a large spend on training. Since it is a privately held company there is no profit sharing or stock options. Due to the size of the company the benefits are not as good as some of the bigger companies in the central PA area. There is still dental, medical, vision etc, just not super great prices. Company runs 24/365, no breaks and some people don't take vacations or feel like they can't and get burned out.
Advice to Management
Continue to build the first line supervisors (first level of management) in the company with formal management training and mentoring and the turnover will lessen! Lots of hourly people quitting because their bosses (youngest managers) don't really know how to be good leaders yet.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at ES3 (Yoe, PA).
She told something different when I talked to her on the phone.
She told me they didn't have the position I applied for.
I didn't like what she told me.
I declined the job offer.
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