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Conductix, Inc. is located in NE, United States and is part of the Electrical Products Manufacturing Industry. Conductix, Inc. has 270 employees across all of its locations. There are 117 companies in the Conductix, Inc. corporate family. Dun & Bradstreet provides data on over 120 million companies like Conductix, Inc. around the world, including contacts, financials, and competitor information. To witness the full depth and breadth of our data and for industry leading sales intelligence tools, take D&B Hoovers for a test drive today.

On May 2018, a former employee wrote on the portal GLASSDOOR about Conductix:

"Managment does not know how to train new employees with zero experience on there products. Management does not want to take the time and help train new employees with zero or little knowledge on there products. Management and senior employees expect you to know processes for product inspection and installation with no formal training. Management does not let you know of any performance issues they have with new employees. Basically managment will take no responsibility over how new employees get there training. They will hire you knowing that you have no experience on there products and say we will train you. Then expect you to know everything and get upset that you dont how to do something after a few weeks of working there."

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Receivering and Shipping (Current Employee) says

"Doesn't motivate employees , breaks the rules of a leader and safety . Using the F BOMB alot and causing a hostile environment. Brings kids into office and warehouse because he believes he has the right to do what ever he can"

Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) says

"the management is very poor with no leadership abilities. I've never worked with such a group of pansies. most of the other employees are decent too work with. The training is very lacking and they will fire employees for not giving them the training that they need to succeed."

CNC Machinist (Former Employee) says

"There was a lot of nice co-workers, but middle and upper management have a lot of communication issues. Foul looks sent your way but nothing ever said about why. The company has so much red tape it becomes hard to do your job, because there is always a chief pointing out how that is against this or that policy"

Manager (Former Employee) says

"The company is good at employee development (they pay for college and continuing education). President is very hands off and leave all relevant decisions to the middle managers. Cons: You are another number"

Assembly Worker (Former Employee) says

"Great benefits , lots of O.T. when they are busy. Wasn't really my forte , being in the lumber and retail business for most of my life. Was not a lot of jobs to choose from in a small town. Cons: Expect alot"

Employee (Current Employee) says

"I really enjoy the work I do, but more often than not it is unbearable to work with some of the people here. Priorities seem to change on a whim depending on the last event to take place."

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"I worked at Conductix-Wampfler Cons: poor management, lack of leadership and training, they will fire you on the spot for their lack of training."

Former Employee - Field Service Technician says

"I worked at Conductix-Wampfler full-time for less than a year Cons: Managment does not know how to train new employees with zero experience on there products. Management does not want to take the time and help train new employees with zero or little knowledge on there products. Management and senior employees expect you to know processes for product inspection and installation with no formal training. Management does not let you know of any performance issues they have with new employees. Basically managment will take no responsibility over how new employees get there training. They will hire you knowing that you have no experience on there products and say we will train you. Then expect you to know everything and get upset that you dont how to do something after a few weeks of working there."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Conductix-Wampfler full-time Cons: Supervisors and management do not listen and they do not want your input. Training program is lacking they prefer to have you do all online training and be handed paperwork and read it to figure out how to do they work."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Conductix-Wampfler full-time for less than a year Cons: Supervisors don't believe in training. They expect you to figure it out or they will replace you. They will stab you in the back as fast as you turn around. They could care less about their employees."

Current Employee - Assistent / Sachbearbeiter says

"I have been working at Conductix-Wampfler full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Due to the corporate culture, Evergreen will NOT invest into its employees well being, for example having desks and chairs from 20+years ago. Almost a standard that employees will sell their vacation to the company - many have not taken vacation in years (some almost 20+ years no vacation). Possibilities of advancement are limited UNLESS you are from Taiwain and were on a ship for years. So, the career ladder is very narrow and not much to consider"

Former Employee - Technical Advisor says

"I worked at Conductix-Wampfler full-time for less than a year Cons: No clear cut division of job duties and responsibilities"

Current Employee - Sales says

"I have been working at Conductix-Wampfler full-time for more than a year Cons: Crap money and crap people to work with. This company does itself no favours nor does it do any for its staff. No room for progression or promotion and there is always an excuse to a problem or it is somebody else's fault."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Conductix-Wampfler full-time Cons: Sales Management that does not have any field sales management experience and is a spreadsheet manager. More micromanagement in the past which inhibits sales activities."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Conductix-Wampfler full-time Cons: You will end up doing work that doesn't translate well to the other major business sectors in the Omaha area (finance, insurance, medical). People that leave generally do not find work at one of Omaha's major companies. If you prove to be valuable, you will be asked to take on multiple roles and be less specialized which is backwards to larger orgs. The company does very little community engagement or even get their name out. I know of two team members that used the tuition reimbursement benefits and were obligated to stay with the org for an extended period of time or else they were obligated to repay the whole. I have had friends go through the HR process and get hung out to dry in very odd ways. Much of the profitability of the US location ends up somewhere overseas. Because of this many of the continuous improvement mechanisms aren't fully embraced and sometimes are punchlines. Turnover has increased for many reasons including lower than average market pay in some departments, demotivating statements and actions by executives, sexism, politics and general uncertainty. LEAN concepts are being taken to extremes which ends up being self-defeating. Top executives are very risk-averse and conservative which has resulted in stagnation in many areas. Raises are whimsical and have little to do with a performance review. Any real recognition is done at the lower team-level. You will get a workload increase long before you will get a pay increase so decide wisely. Company goals are vague management jargon."

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"I worked at Conductix-Wampfler Cons: Didn't pay that well compared to comparable jobs."

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