Director, Enterprise Data Management (Former Employee) – Lake Forest, IL – July 17, 2018
Previous execs built a deep culture of trust - you had a clear understanding of the corporate objectives, the value of your contributions & knew you had unwavering support. With the transition to new c-suite execs, the culture has become top heavy and dysfunctional.- as shown in the profitability & stock price.
A stable, safe and community oriented work environment.
Logistics Supervisor (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – July 2, 2018
Tenneco is an Automotive Company that is committed to safety, quality and Employee involvement. The Company provides Employee participation for awards banquets and BBQs.. Chances for advancement encouraged.
Good place to work and very busy with overtime and benefits
Management does not care about their employees your a slave period
Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Ligonier, IN – June 25, 2018
Management says they care but they don't typical rich people always acting like their business is struggling that's why they make 9.6billion a year ,most of the machines are half working or not everything thier is jerry rigged its a joke,the problem is not the employees it's the management.
Tow Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Spring Hill, TN – June 20, 2018
The management doesn’t follow gm rules really should be sued but that’s none that’s my business. Like drill holes to get rattles out of exhaust fix a weld that has more than a 20% cut. It’ll be another Smithville
associate (Former Employee) – Marshall, MI – June 19, 2018
my time i put in there was fun and alot of good memorie and i learnd alot from so many people that it help make the job better and easyer to work. most area of the factor was pretty easy so wasnt like your were stressing all the time.
Team Leader/Trainer (Former Employee) – Seward, NE – June 5, 2018
all the work there requires a fast-pace movement, the condition of job is average, but depends on weather & temperature ( no air-conditioning excepts the office). Most of management team are up from experiences, there is good side for it, however, Tenneco needs changes, improvement. I don't think the old personels with the old ways could make a move, would the management faces with the new approachment make the change ?
Tier 1 Supervisor (Former Employee) – Ligonier, IN – June 2, 2018
This place cares very little about their employees. They are only worried about making money and do not care how much they overwork people. There are a few good managers there, but their hands are tied.
It's a okay place to work need some improvements there but for most part not bad you can live off the job I've been there6yrs now they have great benefits they do give you yearly raises for cost of living are busy times are threw the summer time