Cummins is the kind of company that couldn't care less about their employees if they tried. There is zero respect afforded to anybody who works here unless they're management and/or are related to somebody in the management. It's ridiculous what we have to deal with. Lying, harassment, bullying, just to name a few. No wonder attrition is so high. I might join those leaving really soon.
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Cummins doesn't view people as an asset. They view them as an expense. They have no problem letting good people go. They truly people they will always be able to find more good people to work for them somewhere in the world. One of these days, their reputation will catch up with them and they won't. Unfortunately, by then Tom will have made his millions off this company and will be sitting on the beach somewhere.
Tom knows exactly what is going on and does not give a damn.
"It's ridiculous what we have to deal with. Lying, harassment, bullying, just to name a few.", spot on, spot on. I"ve said many of times that sooner or later Cummins is going to get hit with alot of lawsuits on the way they deal with their employees with receipts. You see the last thing Tom wants is the company dirt being aired, because it makes his "ideology" of the perfect company look like a lie. Also it can hurt stock prices and investors asking what type of ship are you running in Columbus.
Toms problem is that he spends to much time listening to his management who is saying nothing is wrong, it's the worker or lower management, etc. etc. etc.. I made comment that Tom should have a third party organization look into how his own management is running his company and also have it where employees can send anonymous emails and such to them discussing issues about managers and what they are doing. Yes this could happen and yes he could just ignore those employees. But what it does do is make those same managers look over their shoulder and think if I do this or told to do that will the company or really my boss back me up. It makes those managers not only cover their bu-t but also make it clear to their bosses that they won't be the fall guy for anything that happens. The fear of it may not happen but it could.