Distribution Specialist (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – September 5, 2017
The place was extremely unorganized. We would have day in and day out talking about changes to be made. Asking for suggestions and no changes for improvement have been made. If the company as a whole doesn't have success you can't expect the individuals that's with in it to have success.
Free lunches, holiday parties and pay, gift cards
Someone always over your shoulders, working on pins and nettles from being threatened to be fired if we didnt get better numbers, unsafe environment, fights and car break ins while trying to work, dust and dust mites.
Site Coordinator GM DHAM (Current Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – September 5, 2017
typical day was long but fast paced and quick moving. There are a multitude of different areas you could advance into, if motivated. Lower level management is amazing but upper level seems disorganized.
To receive a challenging and rewarding position in office management that will enhance my career goals
Production Specialist (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – June 28, 2017
A typical day at Atlas Copco is very busy. I've learned how their Account Payable system. I've also learned how to help lead a floor of 38 to 40 people. In this work place the culture is very professional although you have a select few that tries to been to the rules to fit them. overall, this is a very good place to work. The hardest part of this job is not knowing when you have to be at work on the next day. The schedule is 10:30 a.m to 7:00 pm. We would always have to be at work from 8:30 am to 7:00 pm, which would leave us no time to ever do anything. I enjoy my job and the people but I wish I had more time with my family.
Machinist (Former Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – June 14, 2017
I like to work in this Company close to the house nice to work and learning, overall everything very GOOD! Feel very comfortable working. Everyone is very good, working clean and airy with air conditioning and heating
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Franklin, IN – May 24, 2017
You made good money and descent hours paid holidays paid vacations overall not a bad place to work the people were friendly and management were pretty nice I would recommend them if they were still in business
Had dinners cook outs recognize when we did really good work
The benefits are Great. The entire management team needs to take classes on how to speak to and treat employees. The hours 10:30 AM - 7 PM are not set in stone. Management is always requiring overtime. There is not much work home balance.
Line Worker (Current Employee) – Rock Hill, SC – May 15, 2017
The leadership here is non-existent. Supervisors, flow coaches, line leads, are put into positions based on relationships instead of experience, knowledge, and even worse basic competence. No one takes ownership of situations, all of the management (mid-level management at least) practices "passing the buck". Line employees are treated as expendable, no attempts made toward motivation, and they are consistently talked down to. Moved into a new building and apparently had no strategy at all for implementing production, or had an insufficient plan at best. The culture is one of extreme murmuring and complaining as everyone has a story of incompetence to tell. The plans of production are marginal at best as they have plans to ramp up production in this facility to approx double. The only thing that will double will be employee frustration, horrible leadership, and a culture that is in no way geared toward meeting expected goals. This has been my absolute worse experience every working for a company of this magnitude. Corporate needs to clean house, getting rid of all mid-level management, institute leadership training, smart goals, and motivational skills. BASIC BUSINESS PRACTICE!!!