Record Retention Specialist (Former Employee) – Marshalltown, IA – November 29, 2016
I never liked the work I did here and didn't really enjoy most of the people I worked with. However, the job was very self explanatory, good experience, and a wonderful resume builder. My typical day was coming in, sitting at a desk, pulling staples out of giant stacks of paper, scanning them, and refiling them onto shelves. Exhilarating.
form coils class A wind (Former Employee) – Lexington, TN – November 30, 2016
worked here for 10 years! laid back good money easy pay long as you do your job. Idk if this place is even still open or under the same name last time I heard it was going out of business soon. I had alotta friends there when I was there they where family to me we all got along decent everyday I spent with them was the best years of my days at Leroy somer its was one helluva ride
Assembler/Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Lebanon, MO – November 27, 2016
A clean and professional environment. Management worked along with the team in which we were very productive on a regular bases. work was difficult at times but i was proficient in many areas of the plant so most issues i was able to over come.
Group Supervisor (Current Employee) – Chanhassen, MN – November 18, 2016
Great company, values training their employees and making sure that they succeed. Very focused and driven to make goals and budgets. There seems to be a focus on engineers and people with business degrees tend to get left behind.
Machinist (Former Employee) – Columbia, TN – October 28, 2016
I operated a CNC machine. Very difficult machine to learn and operate. Had to write programs for it and operate the programs for the machine. I am not a machine programmer. Management was not the greatest people to work for. I felt they really didnt want to teach on how to write programs and download into machine. Hardest part of my job was not to produce scrap. The most enjoyable part was leaving at 2:30.
Mill Operator (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – October 27, 2016
A typical day involved running complex machines. I learned much about how these machines worked and how to fix them to a certain extent. Management was well structured and easy to get along with. My co-workers were fun and easy going, most were will to help when someone needed it. the hardest part was identifying the problem and fixing it. also had trouble understanding the full extent of the machines and how they run. The most enjoyable part was that sometimes the machines would run themselves through the shift without any problems.
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This division of Emerson concentrates in delivering projects only, limiting the work force to be creative and having career advancements. Good technical environment mixed with third world countries outsourcing support.
HUMAN RESOURCE COORDINATOR (Current Employee) – Lebanon, MO – October 7, 2016
I have worked for Emerson for 20 years. It is an employee friendly company who truly values the work that you do. The company has allowed me to gain experience in a wide variety of the human resource arena. With a great management team, the company continues to grow.
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Great products, corrupt management
Manager (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – October 4, 2016
Management willfully ignores anything that will threaten their cushy standing in leadership. They will therefore expel any challengers to their narratives, then hire yes-men to follow direct orders without any push-back.
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I worked for a business unit of Emerson Electric Co. for about 3.5 years. The corporate staff was extremely friendly and helpful during the early stages after our company was acquired. I met and worked under an individual who turned out to be the best boss I've ever had. There were definitely some growing pains experienced due to the acquisition, but overall, it was OK.
Friendly and helpful co-workers at the corporate level
Worked for Emerson Process Management, Remote Automation Solutions. Not a bad place to work until the oil bust happened but they have severe problems with their software and hardware R&D being constantly behind, up to 3 years behind on projects. They are mainly into selling hardware and the software is an after thought.