Because of the downward turn in the economy my position was eliminated. I have learned many skills over the years and meet hundreds of people will all types of backgrounds and skills. I am confident that I will find another company that will profit from my skill set. Just hope it does not take to long.
Typical day I worked from 7:00 am - 4:00 pm and stayed very busy. I learned a tremendous amount about accounting. Management settled for nothing less than perfection. Best co-workers I can remember working with. Hardest part of the job was continually striving to meet my supervisors standards. Felt like part of a work family.
Had United Way fund raisers with raffles for quality items
I have handled all phases of the Private Label program alone for the last 7+ years - Marketing, Purchasing, Pricing and Customer Service. Therefore, I have worked alone but have had the opportunity to communicate and support the entire USA sales team with the sale of these products. I take pride in the fact that I started this program, and have grown it into a very profitable business segment.
Very much state of the art offices, fitness ctr, cafe for lunch and breakfast
Operations Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Charleston, SC – February 26, 2016
I loved working for the company, had many friends there, long time working for one company but I just loved the people, they were like my 2nd family.. Only once did I have a Boss that I didn't care much for. Many opportunities to advance within the company.
Document Control/Sales Support (Former Employee) – Greenville, SC – May 16, 2016
* data entry and assistance office manager * accounts payable and accounts receivable * management was great and caring * co-workers worked together * finding small parts in a big warehouse * traveling to other location
Very challenging job...felt I really accomplished work
Various Positions (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – December 16, 2015
Job was very challenging every day was different at end of day felt scene of accomplishment co workers were wonderful felt as part of family....new management came in changed everything very far from home
No growth or encouragment for growth. Production down=write-up for you
Technician (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – October 2, 2015
They don't encourage advancement at all. Management prefers to keep you where you are. First raise in 3 years was given a few months ago and very small. Decent benefits, but if production is down due to the economy- you'll get written up (even if work was never offered).
Although a good job,they leck in steady employeement
Tool Room Clerk (Former Employee) – Geismar, LA – November 6, 2015
Great place to work when jobs are flowing, however when work on a project is done you want work for a long period of time. the management was okay but they don't take to learning a new way of making the process faster.
Fire Watch (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 8, 2015
Great paying job for entry level safety watch employees. management is ok. the hardest part of the job in the climate. i enjoyed working around a lot of hardworkers and friendly peers. i learned to stay focused on the job at hand.
This is a fast pace and customer orientated environment. The customers are electricians, builders, contractors or transient showroom clients that are upgrading light fixtures in their home or businesses.
Co-workers are exceptional. The hardest part of the job is not being paid my worth for the dedication and commitment that I have showered the company with.
The most enjoyable part of the job is working to serving the customers and getting that feeling of satisfaction when you produce and provide services on-time that only makes their job easier in providing good service by getting the materials they need to complete their contracted service that their clients expect them to fulfill.
Counter Day Celebrations For Customers Appreciations
Not enough hours in the day to complete all tasks without feeling over-whelmed
Hagemeyer could be a great company if they got rid of the no drive middle managers. The ones that have been in their jobs for 15 years and no willing to move or promote people over them. It kills the talent of people wanting to make Hagemeyer a better place. I have seen contracts bid out and the managers not willing to try harder, So when contracts dry up in one state the middle manager is still working but Hagemeyer has no need to retain quality workers unless they are willing to relocate.