Pros: benefits and pay.
Cons: long hours. tons of overtime.
Amcor is a tough place to work. Most people, especially in maintenance, work well together and try to keep the machines running.There is a lot of overtime, due to position vacancies. The company uses too many temporary workers it is having an effect on morale and plant as a whole.
Overall, the management at the plant is better than what we had 2 years ago. They are more respectful and supportive. Some managers listen and welcome feedback while others do not. That is pretty much the same anywhere you work. If you want something done, you have to go to the plant manager to get results. He will listen and asks for feedback to try to do the right thing but he is not always available. He has made some good hires but has also made some bad hires in the management team.
Raises in the last few years have been lump sums and not true pay increase but the pay is good. Insurance benefit premiums have increased each year but the insurance is pretty good.
If you do not like lots of overtime, Amcor is probably not the place that you want to work. If you like overtime and want to work in a place that truly puts safety first, Amcor is it. Overall, it is a solid job with lots of learning opportunities, good benefits, and lots of overtime.