I worked at Sancilio & Company full-time (More than 5 years)
Lots of opportunities. I started as a technician and finished as a supervisor- held many position in between. I only left the company to start working in a different industry. If a person is up for the challenge and has the constitution he/she will be given the opportunity.
Some great coworkers
Upper management is very competent. The issue lies in mid-management and the basic level. There are very few smart hardworking employees there. The sad thing is everyone covers each other. The company needs a major clean up.
Review process is inaccurate. Poor performers get regular reviews and some regular performers get very high reviews. It’s all based in management preferences, family member working together, etc.
Lots of gossip
Advice to Management
I worked in the company for 5.5 years and I believe to understand the culture and management goals. This company is for pragmatic people. A person in a position of high visibility delivering poorly will be fired soon. Thus; some management gets fire. A core issue in the company is a herd of incompetent people at the basic level. All departments are full with people that go to work their eight hours with minimum effort, go home and forget about their jobs.
Production supervisors do VERY little all day. They are entitled and arrogant, rarely willing to learn something new and go the extra mile. Similarly happens in other departments with some exceptions.
Many people complain about the salaries, but they don’t produce much. So they are getting a lot of money for their work.
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Sancilio & Company (Riviera Beach, FL) in February 2016.
The questions were easy, since I knew what is expected within the regulated industry. Some of the people who performed the interview had a bit of attitude. It was also noted that they did not like the interviewee to discover too much insight into the company. I think they like to get new employees in before showing the company's true colors.
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