tupelo

Corinth, MS

#1 May 17, 2012
What has happen to Kimberly Clark? The people they have hired in the last two years . Sit around and play on cell phones during work hours. Download movies to watch. They have no work ethics. Shame on leaders at this mill. For letting these type of practices go on. This bring the corporation standards down to a new level.
The Truth

Memphis, TN

#2 May 17, 2012
tupelo wrote:
What has happen to Kimberly Clark? The people they have hired in the last two years . Sit around and play on cell phones during work hours. Download movies to watch. They have no work ethics. Shame on leaders at this mill. For letting these type of practices go on. This bring the corporation standards down to a new level.
yeah try and get a job there . They put you through the hell when you interview
For a job out there, then send you a email that they found a better qualified candidate for the job. That's what they get for hiring there friends.

Since: Feb 12

Corinth, MS

#3 May 17, 2012
tupelo wrote:
What has happen to Kimberly Clark? The people they have hired in the last two years . Sit around and play on cell phones during work hours. Download movies to watch. They have no work ethics. Shame on leaders at this mill. For letting these type of practices go on. This bring the corporation standards down to a new level.
Sounds like a great place to work! Would you rather sweat for 12 hours and get paid or actually work 4 hours out of 12 and get paid? DUH! Shame on you for sticking your nose into business in which it doesn't belong. If they can make great products and work 4 out of 12 hours....then so be it. This isn't the 60's, 70's, and 80's anymore. Many factories are automated and need only human supervision.
The Truth

Memphis, TN

#4 May 17, 2012
GerdBlert wrote:
<quoted text>Sounds like a great place to work! Would you rather sweat for 12 hours and get paid or actually work 4 hours out of 12 and get paid? DUH! Shame on you for sticking your nose into business in which it doesn't belong. If they can make great products and work 4 out of 12 hours....then so be it. This isn't the 60's, 70's, and 80's anymore. Many factories are automated and need only human supervision.
well that all Sounds Great . But wait
until someone is playing on there phone or downloading a movie and somebody gets hurt on a machine or ran over by a forklift or gets a role drop on them. Let see how corporate looks at it when OSHA gets involved.

Since: Feb 12

Corinth, MS

#5 May 17, 2012
The Truth wrote:
<quoted text>well that all Sounds Great . But wait
until someone is playing on there phone or downloading a movie and somebody gets hurt on a machine or ran over by a forklift or gets a role drop on them. Let see how corporate looks at it when OSHA gets involved.
Yes please wait until your driving down the road and are ran over by a texting idiot. Hope it don't happen but I think that is more likely

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