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Good company
Office Manager (Former Employee), Tampa, FLJuly 10, 2015
Pros: mom and pop enviroment
Cons: Advancement
Good company to work for, homey environment good people and management. A mom and pop company with good work ethics and big contracts.
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It paid the bills.
Sheet Metal Worker (Former Employee), DeSoto, KSMay 24, 2015
I worked an assembly line for a year. I pushed sheet metal, and programmed a cnc mill to cut specific parts for HVAC systems.
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Makes you wonder why their market share is so small.
Sales Engineer (Former Employee), Saint Charles, MOMay 12, 2015
Pros: flexible possibilies
Cons: micro-management poster child
Attempted to be the "greatest thing since sliced bread" but doesn't consider the butter. Management statement was: "I don't care what the customer wants, sell them what we make".
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Machine Operator (Former Employee), St. Louis, MOJanuary 9, 2015
Pros: team work
Cons: short breaks
machine operator i put it down already, processing of the product, running the machine and meeting a quota on a daily basic.the team work, togetherness, and the leadership, that i displayed,
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Great Place if you like Old School Mfg.
Sales Engineer (Former Employee), Dallas, TXJuly 22, 2013
Pros: eat free lunches all the time taking "clients" out to lunch meetings
Cons: healthcare very expensive, hq organization is poor, very slow movement of product through engineering department'
These guys are living in the stone age. Equipment is overpriced and takes forever to be built. Pricing still resides in a huge 3 ring binder, nothing is automated. Just a typical old school family owned company. And Canadians to boot. Commission is decent if you can actually sell some of their stuff.