Lots of overtime/management is only out for themselves.
Production Activity Coordinator (Former Employee) – High Point, NC – July 5, 2017
I believe that Akzo used to be a great place to work out but over the last 5 years it's been going down hill. Since I worked there I seen 5 site managers come and go. You never knew who your boss was because everyone was barking orders. They let the lazy free but hold the hard workers accountable to make up for everyone not working. I am thankful for the overtime that's allowed me to buy the nice things but it wasn't worth what I went through working there.
A Operator/Material Handler/Bulk Tank Tech (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – June 15, 2017
it would be a better job if we had better leadership. although the leadership isn't that good I learnt a lot thru the other employees. the hardest part about my job is dealing with management other then.
AkzoNobel is a decent company to work for but the future is unknown. They are implementing too many initiatives at one time and they do not take into account how the changes affect the work load of the site. The items that they are changing makes the plant life harder.
Sr. Production Assistant (Former Employee) – Pasadena, TX – May 22, 2017
A typical day at work started at 8:00 am I would do a walk through of all the plants and confirm all production into SAP, and collect any campaigns that were complete. Once campaigns were complete I would verify all production and close the orders. Inventory investigation, inventory corrections, planning, consumed most of my day.
Strong, well organized manufacturer of world class coatings
Customer Service-Tech Line Representative (Former Employee) – Pontiac, MI – May 10, 2017
Very strong position, supported with talented people, manufacturers of some of the finest, high quality, high performance coatings in the world for automotive, aerospace, marine, wood, plasticand powdercoat applications