Daily challenges made this job very interesting and rewarding.
SENIOR BUYER AND SUPERVISOR FOR STORES (Former Employee) – Prescott, AR – March 4, 2014
Firestone is a good company to work for and the challenges it brings each day made it very interesting. It was rewarding to work with some the best people and helping with the developing of new products. I also enjoyed working with many vendors making sure that the plant had the supplies that was needed to run the factory.
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.
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.
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.
Lead Operator (Former Employee) – Wellford, SC – February 18, 2015
After working here for over 8 years , through numerous layoffs and lots of adversity i was out sick recently and they were not willing to work with me at all. This shows that they do not care for there employees, to them you're just a clock number. I worked with some of the rudest and selfish people i have ever met and this includes management personnel.
Office Coordinator (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – February 10, 2015
Firestone Building Products was the best company I have ever had the pleasure of working for. They understood that when you hire an employee that is eager to learn and take on more responsibilities recognition and better compensation comes hand in hand. They made it a priority to invest in you as an employee just as you have invested your time into the company to work together to achieve the same goal. I enjoyed working with the Management team and all my co-workers. The hardest part of my job was helping Management close the facility and seeing the look on our Plant Managers face when he broke the news to all of his hard working employees. The most enjoyable part of my job was taking on more responsibilities and being given the opportunity to grow through training. I became a lead ISO9000 auditor for compliance with OSHA