Edelmann Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Edelmann Holding GmbH & Co. KG is located in Baden-Württemberg, Germany and is part of the Management of Companies & Enterprises Industry. Edelmann Holding GmbH & Co. KG has 2758 employees across all of its locations. There are 29 companies in the Edelmann Holding GmbH & Co. KG corporate family.

Munib A Mahr wrote on AMAZON about his Edelmann Power Steering that he bought on June 2015:

"I took my car to the mechanic to change the hose. I will confirm other comments that complain of a hissing sounds at very low speeds. The mechanic followed all the protocols. Besides that it seems to work... but time will tell."


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Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) says

"The management there are only out for themselves, there is no team spirit, no sense of accomplishment, you work yourself to death and they don't appreciate it."

FACTURACION Y COBRANZA (Former Employee) says

"En Edelman estuve a cargo de la facuracion y mantener al dia la cartera de clientes en conjunto con el area de credito y cobranza, coordinar la logistica de entrega y elaboracion de reportes mensuales"

Troquelador (Former Employee) says

"Sus supervisores te apoyan en cuestion de trabajo.buen ambiente laborar Cons: Ninguna"

Current Employee - Manager says

"I have been working at Plews-Edelmann full-time for more than 8 years Cons: Job security, it's not what you know... it's who you know"

Former Employee - Management says

"I worked at Plews-Edelmann full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Management is unprofessional and does not know the company or the industry"

Former Employee - Manager says

"I worked at Plews-Edelmann full-time Cons: Upper management should be looked at, some just don't know how to manage staff, and know nothing about employee satisfaction, definitely have some favoritism. It's a shame, they have lost a lot of hard working talented people. Now, some of the talent in my opinion is average, many people live in or near Dixon, so a lot of times your hiring pool is limited. I know many people who have left Plews to work in other larger cities. Some of the departments are understaffed. Some of the software/systems should be upgraded, some of their processes are very inefficient, need to be brought to the new age. HR needs to be addressed, hire some honest people-friendly individuals to take over that dept."


"I have been working at Plews-Edelmann Cons: The same small-town feel breeds small-town thinking and keeps out a lot of advancement unless you're already friends with someone there. Myopic and short-sighted management, rampant favoritism."


"I have been working at Plews-Edelmann Cons: The biggest downside to working at Plews is most of the departments are under staffed, over worked and employees spend a good portion of their day just being reactive to the problems this scenario is causing leaving them little time to be proactive in their jobs and cultivat the company initiatives."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at Plews-Edelmann full-time for more than 10 years Cons: Bad decision making is tolerated for too long."


"I worked at Plews-Edelmann Cons: Management is slow to react to situations. Employee turnover is high and employee satisfaction is low. Be wary..."


"I have been working at Plews-Edelmann Cons: Pay seems on the low side."

Current Employee - Sourcing Analyst says

"I have been working at Plews-Edelmann full-time for more than a year Cons: each department is not communicate very well"

Former Employee - Sourcing Analyst says

"I worked at Plews-Edelmann full-time for more than a year Cons: It's a country side town. If you can't live away from the city like Chicago, New York. You might find it boring."

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