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3 days ago

Central Parts Warehouse Production Manager – new

John Crane Chicago, IL

Manages and coordinates material availability and physical distribution of components/seals in the Central Parts Warehouse. Adjusts schedules as… John Crane

3 days ago

Global Quality Systems Engineer – new

John Crane Chicago, IL

This position reports directly to the Global QMS & Process Excellence Manager and covers all John Crane Business locations. Each Global Quality… John Crane

3 days ago

Global Supplier Quality Engineer – new

John Crane Chicago, IL

Under the direction and guidance of the Global Director of Supplier Quality, the Global Supplier Quality Engineer will execute supply base… John Crane

18 days ago

NC Programmer

John Crane Chicago, IL

Be a part of a global company dedicated to its Customers! John Crane is seeking an outstanding Numerical Control Programmer to join our team in… John Crane

17 days ago

CNC Machinist III

John Crane Chicago, IL

John Crane is seeking an experienced CNC Operator III to set up and operate one or more of the following machines: CNC multitasking machining… John Crane

30+ days ago

Director Service Operations

John Crane Chicago, IL

John Crane Global End User Sales & Service is well positioned as a service-oriented business where operational excellence is the cornerstone for… Glassdoor

John Crane Reviews

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Duncan Gillis
16 Ratings

    HR issues not handled according to policy

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    Current Employee - Operations Manager
    Current Employee - Operations Manager

    I have been working at John Crane full-time for more than 8 years


    Salary is competitive & is a stable company


    No proper training procedures, train as you go. Culture is horrible. Predominately white male managers, very few female managers. HR allows harassment towards managers and employees. Not much a low level manager can do to reprimand an insubordinate employee. Bitter employees who do not know how to communicate.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Upper management should follow policy, allow lower management to handle employees according to company policies. When someone brings up unethical (sexual harassment) behavior do not brush it off, investigate.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO