Purchasers at Johnson Controls give their company a 3.2 out of 5.0, while the average rating for Johnson Controls is 3.8, making them 17% less happy than every other employee at Johnson Controls and 14% less happy than every other Purchaser on CareerBliss - the happiest Purchasers work for ThyssenKrupp Elevator.
"I worked for this company for sixteen years. They called me back to burn down a critical shortage report. In doing so many processes were removed and rewritten to increase flow and common mistakes that created the part to appear on the issue. I eliminated my own position after a duration of time in fixing these problems."
"The pay scale is very low, and profit sharing and raises after sixteen years and advancement is too low. I worked myself out of a job by alleviating the stops and bottlenecks in the flow of delivery of the product. In researching the parts deliveries since 1997, I was able to put on time deliveries at a 98 percent success from 70. I was the main and virtually the only one who worked the parts shortAges both external and internal suppliers. Increased and developed a communication stream."
"The ability to improve and move up is not possible. On the payscale and grade I was at the only option I had was in current management and supervision which was the same case for the past 10 years. In reviewing and asking if any of them planned to retire the answer was not withing the next 10 years. I am moving on to advance my career and to get a change in my field so that I can have more experience and diverse skills under my belt to increase my marketablility."
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