I have been working at W&W AFCO Steel full-time (More than 10 years)
Opportunities for learning and tackling large projects. Stable company who has developed a long term strategy to survive and thrive through any economic situation. AFCO Steel has been around since 1909 and will be going strong for many years to come.
Occasionally hostile environment created by upper management. Often upper management does not listen to problems caused by their peers. Needs more open communication between departments.
Advice to Management
Be more open to employees working under you and pay more attention to the inefficiencies caused by upper management. Address these inefficiencies via communication and roadmap the expectations of the company. Stop playing favorites because of past suck ups. Open your eyes to what is causing strife and division within the company and address those issues promptly.
I applied through other source. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at W&W AFCO Steel (Little Rock, AR).
I met with multiple people to interview. But I never interviewed with the person that I was going to actually work for. The HR guy asked me what subjects I excelled at in school and which ones I didn't like so that he could place me properly in a department as an intern. I also met the president at AFCO and interviewed with him.
There wasn't one.
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