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I worked at Huntsman Corp full-time (Less than a year)
Prides themselves on providing above average salaries and conditions for the region (north east of England) and opportunities for advancement.
Below par training, over-worked staff members, micro-managing management, lack of constructive feedback and a somewhat backstabbing atmosphere. Trust no-one.
Advice to Management
Your priority should be your frontline teams and you need to be genuinely interested in supporting them. Please take time to really make sure that the training provided is adequate and that the people you hire to train and manage others are actually qualified in doing so. The market (which you're very concerned with) will actually be more amenable and patient with you, than if you rush this vital process. If your staff suffers health problems due to stress, the solution is not to give them good benefits and health insurance alone, but to make sure that the working environment is as stress-free as possible. There is a comical emphasis on Health & Safety, but the fact that there isn't enough time for lunch or toilet breaks gets brushed to one side. Seriously question if the answer to a happy working environment really is done through KPIs. Dare to be different, because currently you're not - you're just boring corporate and not unique at all.
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