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Pioneer Conveyor, LLC
Transcript of Pioneer Conveyor, LLC
"Pioneer Conveyor is a leading bulk material conveyor manufacturing firm serving customers throughout North America. Pioneer has designed and manufactured thousands of standard and custom conveyor systems for a multitude of applications.
Pioneer Conveyor’s mission is to "raise the bar" for worldwide conveyor systems one customer at a time. Our success will be measured by our ability to increase the expectations of all conveyor system consumers so that they will never settle for anything less than receiving the highest quality of products at a great price, custom engineered for their unique applications, delivered on-time, and monitored closely by the regional sales engineers."
Apply Organizational Behavior
Use Scientific Management
Selective Recruiting, Training, Expectations, Employee Evaluations and Incentives
Scalar Chain Principle
Henri Fayol - Strong line of communication with feedback
Create a team environment
Using Behavior Theory- Consideration and Team Management
Adopting new ideas and behaviors to improve performance- Unfreezing, Changing & Refreezing by Kurt Lewin
Employs 80 people operating 3 shifts 5-6 days a week year round
Start at Recruitment
Hester, J. (2013). The High Gost of Employee Turnover and How to Avoid It. Nonprofit World, 31(3), 20-21
Pioneer Conveyor, LLC. (2008). Pioneer Conveyor. Pioneer Conveyor, LLC - A Company on a Roll.
Retrieved February 17, 2014 from http://www.pioneerconveyor.com/info.php.
Various Material Handling System
Turn Key Solutions
Retrofit and Refurbished Equipment
Coal Prep and Load-out
Belt Drives & Tail Pieces
MIG Welder/Plasma Cutter Operator
Quality Assurance Technician
Created an Employee Satisfaction Survey
Encouraged all 64 Laborers to volunteer in the survey
Interviewed 4 employees
Company Overview & Mission
Products & Services
Comments in Survey
Search for the best qualified and dependable candidates while matching personalities with existing employees.
Increase wages based on performance and attendance
Monitor Employee Satisfaction
Create an incentive program and a team based atmosphere
Encourage open communication and feedback
Pioneer Conveyor, LLC recognizes the importance in employee satisfaction to prevent high employee turnover and negative morale. Our team researched why this problem existed and how it could be fixed. We discovered wages and benefits were two main concerns; therefore, we've provided some recommendations based on our research.
Increase starting wages and pay raises
Dental & Eye Care
Affordable medical insurance
Finding dependable employees to stay long term
More likely for everyone to get along with one another
Creating a larger candidate pool using other recruitment resources such as job fairs
Unable to find dependable employees
Lack of funds for higher wages
Limited on candidates
Gives employees more incentive to work harder and take pride in their work
Positions look more appealing to potential hires.
Less employee turnover
Employees gain a sense of pride
Unable to reduce salary and incentives once given
Keeping track of employees performances
Accuracy of performance
Help boost team work
Happier and motivated employees
Some employees might find team building to be "fluffy" nonsense
Employees may not respond well to team oriented work
Keeps Management up to date on issues
Healthier work environment
Open door policy is the best policy
Employees feel important from being heard
Communication stays stagnant.
Communication can be confused with complaining and gossiping
Interviewed 4 Employees
High Employee Turnover