Lower tiered Salaried workers are treated very poorly
Manager (Jelenlegi alkalmazott) – United States – 2020, január 20.
First to lose bonuses and pay. Zero work life balance. Expected to work long hours and accommodate schedule switches with little to no notice. No lunch breaks provided for salaried leadership and management.
great job with good pay, being able to see different areas is also a plus and driving with no one hassling you I also another benefit because sometimes you just need to be with your self to gain some clarity and stay focused.
Manager (Volt alkalmazott) – Ohio – 2019, augusztus 16.
Company reclassifies people from salary to hourly without notice affecting many people. It doesn't matter if you have worked for the company more than 20 years. They advertise that they promote from within and they only invest in younger people. Really favor the youger workforce.
Typical day at work is to check schedule for Conference calls, go thru the first 300 emails, Call back customers, Manage day/day work deal with other departments. Hardest part of job is doing it with little to no resources. Best part of the job is know you got it done on your own.
Good job if your willing to hustle and put in the hours. Pay by day salary is tough when you work past 8 hrs. Otherwise its a good job for a while, no real upside ie. advancement with any good benefits
Salaried employees work more than 40 hours a week- close to 70. typical day consisted of going to work 2 hours prior to operation, reading emails and printing documents for subordinates ( because internet was extremely slow and not readily available). Expectation was to be on the dock to its entirety regardless of what the operation's circumstances were (superiors only worked one sort, my peers worked 2). Expectation was to stay after operations was completed to supervise and remove hourly managers (subordinates) manage hours by physically watching them as opposed to simply hold them accountable. Least desirable was the "boy's club". There are a lot of "cliques", prevented hard work and results to be noted and recognized.
no recognition for hardwork, and no work life balance