What is it like working as a Production Supervisor?
Production Supervisor in Spring Lake:
"Great Company to Work For."
Pros: Shape is a company that really cares about its' employees. The benefits are great, and management treats their employees like they are part of the family.
Cons: The pay scale is lower than most comparable companies.
Production Supervisor in La Crosse:
Pros: The people who work so hard for me. Watching all my hard work training people pay off in their ability to do their job efficiently and correctly.
Cons: Having to discipline someone.
Production Supervisor in Farmington:
"Making quality products efficiently."
Pros: I like working with people to resolve challenges. Different challenges arise daily and they all call for a certain approach. At the end of the day, it is very rewarding to be able to pull it all together and meet our schedules.
Cons: Not being able to come up with a solution in a timely manner.
Production Supervisor in Bloomsburg:
Pros: The challenge of producing quality products and ability to give those products to the customer on time and correctly.
Cons: No structure between the shifts little to no support from upper management on the night shift.
Production Supervisor in El Paso:
"Call Center Supervisor."
Pros: Being able to develop employees.
Seeing employees improve to earn more money.
Working with customers who call in.
The bonuses for my team working well & meeting metrics.
Cons: Conflicting messages from management.
Not enough time to perform my clerical duties during normal working hours.
Not enough direction from my supervisor.
No training for dealing with many different aspects of the job, no manuals, all unknowns are treated on an "as they appear" basis.