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I enjoyed going to work and being appreciated for my high work standards and ethics. The management and team leaders were there for me as a leader and a friend. Leaving the Marshall Mi plant was a hard decision, but am ready to give the Spring Hill plant an over achiever and quality conscience new team member
Would not work there anymore manager are rude and treat the employee's unfair Tenneco is garbage. I tell friends don't work there they don't show you how to run the different types of machinery in order to work in a safe and proper manner they just throw your on the machine and you have to learn on your own which is not good so in my opinion Tenneco is not a great place to work at.
First off you don't know day to day if you have a job. They are moving machines around and forcing one Pearson to do a two Pearson job. Then your told if your numbers are not good enough they will just fire you. The third shift supervisor does nothing but lie to you none stop and when you go to H.R about it they just believe and side with him. Pay is ok if you one machine now the new focas factory mangers hide behind equipment to make sure you work rite up to the bell.
Tenneco Walker was a great place for employment and offered great pay and benefits. The management was on top of every thing. They listened to their employees.
I don't mean to bad mouth the company that pays my bills. However they often work us 12 hrs a day 6 days a week. All that is given up in your personal life working here and the thanks is to have your job cut just to bid on another job in the company for less pay and ending up doing your old job and more.
Tenneco was a good company when I first started out then it all went down hill.No more gain share, incentives, cut the number of people down to run a machine made you do the work of twice as many people.Wont call you even if you don't have to be there.
Paid lunch, easy machines
Lack of leadership, no gain share
Hard work, repetitive movements that are poor for joints. Managers are hard to communicate with. Very hot in summer. Will take years to get on first shift. So be content on second shift. Can’t work your way to a higher title because it’s union.
Dirty, hot, mandatory over time
Usually have mandatory overtime working at least 6 days a week paycheck is nice every week and good benefits but its stressful due to old equipment and management not listening to the crew well
Tenneco is ran like a bad joke. Six months ago they promoted a bunch of inexperienced kids 18-25 years old to be team leaders which drove the indirect labor cost through the roof. They cause drama due to the lake of actual work that needs to be done but they feel there above hands on work, the supervisors are lazy and friends with the team leaders so they don’t make them do anything. Supervisors rather spend time harassing the seniority employees while there team leaders hang out with there arms crossed or hands in there pockets all day sitting in the offices With there feet up on the desks, eating, and talking. The management including HR know this is what’s going on. Discrimination at its worst. I am embarrassed to say I worked there.
None in the past six months
Discrimination, unlawful hippa violations of personal information
Tenneco is a changing culture due to the length they have been in the local area. They are doing a fine job trying to change the culture from a company that is growing.
No internal advancement other than entry level leadership