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12 days ago

SAP MM/SD Analyst

Kawasaki Motors Irvine, CA

This position offers you the opportunity to "make your mark" on our organization as the subject matter expert in the configuration and implementation… Kawasaki Motors


21 days ago

International Data Analyst

Kawasaki Motors Corp., USA Irvine, CA

include the following. Other duties may be assigned. (Ranked in order of importance) Assists with scoping, designing and… Kawasaki Motors Corp., USA


21 days ago

Warranty Claims Data Analyst

Kawasaki Motors Corp., USA Irvine, CA

Using data analysis tools (Cognos/Access/Excel) to evaluate large datasets, the Warranty Claims Data Analyst is responsible for identifying and… Kawasaki Motors Corp., USA


30+ days ago

SAP Functional Analyst

kawasaki Motors Corp, USA Irvine, CA

Configuration and implementation of SAP MM and SD. Analyzes and evaluates… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Product Support Technician

kawasaki Motors Corp, USA Irvine, CA

Prepares, repairs and cleans selected KMC product to precise specifications for press introductions, magazine tests, press events, and/or demo rides… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Manager, Government & Fleet Bid Sales

kawasaki Motors Corp, USA Irvine, CA

include the following. Other duties may be assigned. (Ranked in order of importance) Oversees the entire bid process of all commercial/fleet bid… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Machine Shop Coordinator/CNC Programmer

kawasaki Motors Corp, USA Irvine, CA

Organizes, budgets for and tracks, all technical projects created or modified in the machine shop to ensure all schedules are met. Establishes the… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Product Manager

kawasaki Motors Corp, USA Irvine, CA

Develop a “Macro” Long-Range Product Strategy for the US market based on the following: Alignment with Kawasaki’s Global and US Brand Strategies… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Treasury Analyst

kawasaki Motors Corp, USA Irvine, CA

• Perform cash management activities including daily calculation of net cash position, cash requirements, and cash available for loan repayment or… Glassdoor


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    Something is wrong, but I can't put my finger on it.

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    Former Employee - Sales  in  Irvine, CA (US)
    Former Employee - Sales in Irvine, CA (US)

    I worked at kawasaki Motors Corp, USA as a contractor for less than a year

    Pros

    Cafeteria, gym, showers, most of the people are nice. People start off being nice to you but careful if they are upset with you, then they start to become rude and start to complain about you ( it's usually made up).

    Cons

    Received no training, there is a strong rumor mill, and there is an ineffective management . Low level thinking among the paper pushers and they are difficult to get along with. Management has a double standard policy. For example, I was told there was no personal use of internet; which I wasn't doing but someone complained about it. At the same time my entire department was on the internet for personal use. My supervisor was on her bank web site ( yes, the same one who told me no personal internet) the employee across from me was on her Facebook account ( with the same supervisor who told me no personal internet) looking over her shoulder making commentary. The temp in front of me was on Pinterest, NFL, or on Google chat every time I passed by her desk. And yet, it was okay for everyone else to have personal use of the internet except me ( again, I wasn't on it for personal use).

    I sat there for hours and hours with no work because of their inefficiency and yet at the same time, they were laying off permanent employees. They used one of my suggestions without telling me of the change nor did they give me credit. Aside from that , how can you follow protocol when management hides it from you? If Kawasaki gets smart they can eliminate this department and update the process and spread the work among other employees. The management I worked with were long time employees who had developed bad working habits and were stunted professionally. It's incredible how outdated their business practices were.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Improve management style to increase employee efficiency and teach managment it's unprofessional to be gossiping in front of other employees. It doesn't set a positive tone or help keep up morale.

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