I worked at Mauser full-time
Rock solid manufacturing company. Truly believes in regulatory compliance, safety, quality and customer service. They are privately owned, so people really are an asset to them. They are an international company that supplies product to all types of industries, so they are nearly recession proof.
Way to quick to shuffle executive management to solve operational issues and no one from corporate management talks to plant level management. As Plant Manager, I had 4 bosses in 2 years and saw them send the best sales rep they had for my product line out of Houston area, the biggest market. Then, no one noticed that well over half of my business was from his new territory.
Advice to Management
Quit second guessing your executive level selections and aline them regionally. Then, do not move them for at least 3 years. Plant level management needs to know the product. Executive/ regional needs to know the local market for finished goods, raw materials and staffing, state laws in HR and regulatory compliance, area contractors and possible shared services/ equipment other plants in the area to support plant level management with these functions.
I applied in-person. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Mauser (Mansfield, TX) in April 2015.
The HR Manager treated interview very seriously. Good questions and good listening to responses. She did not rush me and made me feel that what I had to say was important to her.
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