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Vance Outdoors

We are proud that we have evolved into five large and very successful operations: Vance Outdoors Columbus, Vance's Law Enforcement, Vance Outdoors Hebron, Vance Outdoors Obetz, and Vance Outdoors Marine. Our five DBA divisions are part of Vance Outdoors Inc., our new Ohio incorporated company name.
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Many retirees work here alongside 20 & 30 year Olds. Great company.

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Vanderbilt has posted job openings with RetirementJobs.com in the past, which means it has actively sought to hire and retain age 50+ workers. Please click the 'View Job Listings' link above to view active jobs, if any, posted on our site.

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Fast fact: We're one of the world's largest and most respected investment companies. Our remarkable history includes launching the first index mutual fund. Our long-tenured leaders oversee about 15,000 crew members in 16 locations worldwide.

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New management,< 8 yrs service, tend to favor their cronies and employees in the same tenure. Assignments, vacation granting all reflect the 'changing of the guard'.

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So true been going on for over 10 years. Those that built the company are forced out.

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Older employees are 'forced out' my the new guard management. With growth the crew has grown over 30%. New management, < 10 years, resent tenured employees. This is apparent by assignments, changes to the bonus structure, vacation policy and forced retirements.

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