Customer Service Representative III (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 5, 2016
While I've only work here a year and will not be making the move to Nashville, it is a great company to work for. They understand the work/life balance which I appreciate. They reward their employees for a job well done so they do motivate you.
The Atlanta plant was truly a joy to come to work at.
Maintenance Technician / Manager (Former Employee) – College Park, GA – March 10, 2016
Firestone has been a great company to work for, they provide their teammates with training in Safety, Environmental, Fault Tree Analysis, Lean Thinking, 5S and many other opportunity to grow in your position.
The Atlanta plant was truly a joy to come to work at. All of us as teammates worked hard to see that our orders for our products were fill and delivered to the BOSS (our customers) to the highest quality, safely manufacture and delivered on time. From the plant manager down to the material handlers we were a team.
The hardest part was when Firestone Building Products announced that they were closing the plant.
Competitive Salary, Annual Bonus, and the temmate culture.
After 8 years Firestone desided to close our plant and not only ours but two others also.
Customer and quality-focused manager that provides the strategic vision that drives operational process, productivity, efficiency and bottom-line impr
2nd Shift Production Lead Supervisor (Current Employee) – College Park, GA – February 20, 2016
Backed by the strength of a diversified multibillion dollar corporation, we offer excellent career opportunities, competitive compensation and comprehensive benefit packages. And, with locations throughout North America, we are always looking for qualified candidates.
Electrical/Energy Projects Manager (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – May 29, 2016
I have worked at Firestone for 19 years now as an electrical distribution and facilities engineer and enjoyed almost every day of that time. It is too bad they have decided to close there Indianapolis office.
lead extruder operator (Former Employee) – Tuscumbia, AL – February 9, 2016
Swing shift schedule with a hand off meeting every shift, Opportunity to grow within the company, Each employee has the opportunity to further education and set goals that management helps them meet. All companies have there pros and cons, Such as an enjoyable environment and being able to train in all departments, but being a rotating swing shift it was hard some times to balance out sleep and everyday living responsibility's. Furthermore everyone help each other and made work quite enjoyable.
LABORATORY TECHNICIAN FOR BRIDGESTONE (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – November 5, 2015
Like some big businesses today, you work to provide income for your family, and the minute you get sick and cannot produce anymore, the company releases you, and never looks back. This company also blacklists you once you are released from the company.
Office Administrator (Former Employee) – Broward County, FL – November 11, 2015
Seeking a paralegal or legal assistant position in a solid company where all my skills and knowledge obtained throughout my education in the field of Legal Studies and Paralegal will be utilized toward the growth and development of the company as well as my own.
Chemical Batcher [batch maker] (Former Employee) – Latonia, KY – July 16, 2015
Great Pay, Long Hours, Big Bonuses, Fun Work. Worked 6-7 12 hour days. Best for a single person. Great 401k. Could retire early if someone puts all the hours in every day and saves. Great Japanese Co. that takes care of its employees.