Grounds Support Technician (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – January 31, 2017
worst management i have ever seen . would bring in contractors from all over US work them 3 days and let them go . very undermining management . there is absolutely no consideration for employees , new or veteran . many lawsuits against company , current and in past . would not reccomend to anyone . also have been told they may be shutting the doors .
dont know if you have job one minute to the next .
Purchaser/Buyer (Former Employee) – Brazil, IN – November 19, 2016
I'm a Purchaser and Continuous Improvement Agent (Lean Manufacturing) . I'm responsible to reduce the leadtime the process and Satisfy our customers using A3 (Kaizen) to improve the quality and reduce the waste in process; My area attended AOG- Aircraft On Ground I teach the Quality Tools for 25 people The weekly meetings with director and managers were my responsabilities.
Assembly Technician II (Former Employee) – Melbourne, FL – August 17, 2016
I worked in Melbourne for a little over a year. The benefits are good, but the pay is low. The training department needs some work, but the employees are willing to step up and help. Overall is an ok place to work.
Excellent company for benefits and good culture. The company is currently going through hard financial times due to issues out of Brazil. Currently, no growth opportunities or advancement. Future does not look bright.
Company provides many opportunities for on-site training all free of charge and during work hours.
Onsite cafeteria and cigna representative is wonderful. Clean and friendly environment.
Most challenging part of the job is networking, lack of interfacing, resistance, communication, knowledge sharing, and planning. No one seems to be on the same page, not even management. Email is tabu.
They pride themselves in innovation...but it seems like they are afraid to use it. Or maybe that is a management issue, not sure.
I enjoy the company very much. It was a growing company and it was exciting to be a part of this adventure. Just need to be sure the right people are in the correct positions strategically to make the company grow successfully. I am not convinced the hiring process has the same goal (or did).
Cafe on-site, friendly co-workers, fantastic benefits, 9/80 schedule for most
Building is less than 10yrs old & state of the art. Right on the FL coast and a few miles south of Coco Beach. All work was day shift while I was there. Painting private/corporate jets is very detail oriented so better know your stuff. Typical professional aviation atmosphere. Great crew of locals. I felt welcome. Management was nice and appreciated the extra help while i was there on a short contract. When the job was done I sent for my daughter and drove back to Jersey with her after visiting Universal studios. Fun Times.
Confidential (Current Employee) – Windsor Locks – June 8, 2015
Our Service Center in Windsor Locks, CT is like a family.
It's a place that recognizes hard work and gives opportunities for advancement. The management team is very down to earth and engaged in the day to day operations. Very approachable, very respectful and knowledgeable about the business.
Co-workers make a good team, nice people to be around, good work ethic, really nice environment.
The team at Windsor Locks has seen enormous growth recently, which gives a feeling of progress and excitement about the future.
Excellent benefit package, good management team, opportunities for advancement
Embraer is a wonderful company that recognizes my professional attributes.
Business Systems Analyst - Work (Current Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – April 6, 2015
My position is SAP Finance and Controlling Lead, and it requires an individual with in-depth consulting skills, business knowledge, and packaged solution expertise to effectively integrate packaged technology into the company’s business environment in order to achieve expected business results.
A&P Technician (Former Employee) – nashville – December 28, 2014
a normal day here is rush rush rush hurry up get it done . management does"nt have a clue people in positions of leadership lack people skills to be effective in there role. Pay was"nt that great there was"nt any. OJ training here as its all about time and money I am not the only one who says they are the worst. they under bid other companies on time then blame there employees when it does not meet deadline
I"ve been here for a year and now Im searching for another job. When I first was hired I could'nt reason why people were so disgruntled and unhappy. I know why now, and so does the lack of real management. I too was curious about our internal employee survey, the one that the results are still being kept from us. Its because our company rated so bady! So I asked around and found that they are not wanting to count the inexpedient company that did the survey "Towers Wattson" that instead, they will be paying for a better looking survey. Probably fabricated. Percy and Campbell need to go
-Management has a Sever lack of common sense. -All the blame lands on the floor level or production crew (a&p , sheetmetal, interiors, backshops) -Never have I had worked at such a backwards company before. There is no requirement to be a leader here. Its suck your way to the top, earners are last or forgotten. -For some reason they wont tell us yet what we got on our climate survey (employee survey of the company). I might be because we failed at Tennessee top employer or it might be because we got another 40% approval rating like the last one. -And you know its bad when Aerotek has moved into a permanent office on site. 600+ people in 2 years? - *a person a day keeps success away*
4 on 3 off. at least until they upset schedules again
constant blame, lots of people who serve no purpose
Employee (Former Employee) – Melbourne – July 2, 2014
Turnover is very high, management does not treat employees well, disorganized, the leadership is leaving production manager, HR manager, Finance manager, VP of marketing, marketing manager, sales force all gone. Those left behind expected to do 2, 3 jobs to save $$.
New facility, healthcare
Dishonesty, high turnover, treat people like objects