Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Alabaster, AL – March 7, 2018
I've worked with this company 4 years.overall I've enjoyed working there.i would definitely recommend this company to other people,its great pay Nd easy to catch on to the different types of jobs available , excellent benefits as well.
Print Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Elizabethtown, KY – February 20, 2018
I liked this job a lot. Honestly I wish I could have stayed here. I loved working nights but when I went to days the shift change was vet hard on me and I ended up being fired for being late after wiring there 5 years.
I would recomend this job to anyone willing to learn.
Associate (Current Employee) – Bellefontaine, OH – January 23, 2018
Well this is an interesting job. You have a large amount of small things to remember, but it's very easy to catch on.I would just say to pay attention during train so you can get what's going on, so you won't miss anything.
Too long of breaks, should have more with less time
Team Captain (Former Employee) – Alabaster, AL – January 11, 2018
AGC make you work 14 hours when you hired for 8. If you say no they fire you for nothing. People there one day then gone the next. If you one min late you get a point. No matter the reason unless you in tight with boss.
wearhouse associate (Former Employee) – Elizabethtown, KY – January 9, 2018
working at agc I worked two different shifts almost the same time trying to increase my chances on hire being a forklift op. typical day was long hours and very hot moving tempered raw hot glass on forklift to loading bays. or inspection booths for impurities or imperfections in all automotive glass/windshields learning numerous different production lines and there processes increasing my general knowledge on machinery and it's workings.
was the chance to be hired and the physcial work was not to hard
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Elizabethtown, KY – December 10, 2017
This was a very great place to work. Before I got pregnant, and before I was breast feeding this was a great job! Although, This job isn't for single induviduals. You get very tired from working long hours.
Associate (Former Employee) – Bellefontaine, OH – October 24, 2017
Not extremely hard labor, very hot in non controlled environments. Two breaks per shift, with large cafeteria and vending machines, hot bar. Able to participate in committees to trouble shoot and improve jobs.
Glass Reinspector (Former Employee) – Elizabethtown, KY – September 12, 2017
they are more worried about numbers then they are their people. they would make workers for to work 50+ hours a week even when they didn't have a day off in over 2 weeks. they treat their employees like unfairly
Production Associate (Former Employee) – Bellefontaine, OH – September 11, 2017
Agc is not an entirely bad place to work, they have fantastic insurance and offer 401k, they also have discounts on certain things for working there, however the culture and management is the worst u have her experienced it is a very negative and stressful place to work
General Maintenance technician (Former Employee) – Bellefontaine, OH – July 12, 2017
typical day included checks and and lubes of multiple lines. they took me from a production associate to a maintenance technician. Maintenance manager was not a people person, and liked by very few in the department.
Asembly (Former Employee) – Alabaster, AL – April 23, 2017
At the beginning of the shift we had a team meeting to see how are production was the day before after the meeting we did our stretches and go to work on the windshield we had to make for Mercedes,Nissan other car companies
Line Associate (Current Employee) – Alabaster, AL – March 15, 2017
Very high turn over, lots of Temps, management look for reason to fire you oppose to keep you there. Not a good place for longevity, if you need a check next week good place to start but keep searching. Oh common sense not needed!!!
Paid every week
No off days, very poor management and point system
Process Engineer (Former Employee) – Alabaster, AL – February 12, 2017
A normal day is working with corporate on new model launches and then supporting production. Review KPIs with production, help with controlled documentation, implement continuous improvement projects, and review customer concerns (8D).