I can only speak to the Ogden, Utah facility. This company is just a manufacturing facility where they build all the heating elements heaters, and other heating systems.
85% of their plant is a sweat shop. . . literally (heaters, remember?) Low lighting, loud, hot in summer, decent in winter.
Pay is low, borderline anorexic. This is because they have to figure out how to compete with cut throat business that build similar products outside of the US.
Local leadership is very limited in what choices they can make, they are held on VERY short leash by the upper management in Pittsburgh, PA - who also have a very high turn over rate, they show up at the Ogden facility occasionally to crack the whip. As if yelling louder will somehow scare more money out of the already strained system.
Ogden has a humble & submissive engineering group that uses only AutoCad. If you are looking for a job here, try the product development group, they actually use SolidWorks and are allowed to think.
The engineering group has a moderate turnover rate because there is no room to grow, pay is low, morale is worse. Everyone in this plant has only one mode: Turn the crank! Day after day, after day, after day - same duties, same work, same problems, no variance. Remember, it's a production facility - and that's all.
Maybe, if you are patient and wait for others to quit you can probably go over and turn their crank instead of yours.