Loved working where I was at, but the "management" team makes me ask myself how and why
Tool crib attendant (Former Employee) – East Peoria, IL – August 25, 2016
This was a fun job putting freight away, getting orders and delivering them. I worked at many of the different Caterpillar buildings in the tool crib. If you have an issue I suggest you don't go to management because it will blow up in your face.
Head manager over all the tool cribs is very unprofessional
Great people and very well trained . Training was constant and on going. nice yearly bonus. Pizza parties almost monthly. Manager grilled out for employees once a month. All kinds of contests with nice prizes for production.
Just a great place to work
The company was sold lost my job to down sizing by new owners
Warehouse Worker (Current Employee) – Axis, AL – March 28, 2015
A typical day at work is high pace and very demanding. I have learn to operate the Forklift, SAP syetem, and MRO demands. The management here has his pick on who he likes and who he over works. My co Work is older guy who works hard like myself, and a middle age female who is just here. Does little to no work everyday. The hardest part of my job is dealing with negitivty. The most enjoyable part of my job is interacting with everyone here and producing results to most of the problem i come across.
Good place learned alot and have new skills to bring to the table if needed for a future job or careeer. I like the fact that you can work at your own pace, and maintaining the cabinets throughout the plant make time go by a little quicker. Working on the computers 80% of the time made my typing and computer skills advance more as well.
Fire Extinguisher Tech (Current Employee) – Nederland, TX – May 28, 2014
Hagameyer is a fun working environment. The employees are nice and work well together. Management is great with high satisfaction, I have learned how to take apart and recharge extinguishers. i also learned how to low pressure hydro test cylinders. I have monthly routes i tend to to make sure all my equipment is up to date.
Buyer/Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – September 23, 2013
A tipical day at work consiste of expediting, getting quotes, resolving invoicing problems, and creating purchase orders. The hardest part of my job is getting the vendors to not ship substitute parts without prior approval. I enjoy interacting with the customer.
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – Chambersburg, PA – June 25, 2012
A typical day would start with a team meeting. We would then go pick our orders. I learned to drive several types of machinery and had mostly good co-workers. One nice perk was management awarding us if we had excellent months by giving us free meals ranging from pizza to steak dinners.
Warehouse Specialist (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – April 27, 2015
A Sub-Standard workplace. Typical Day is a nonstop workday until you receive your one hour break, no breaks in-between. warehouse workers are expected to muster the bulk of the entire organizations responsibilities. Management - for the most part was unprofessional save a couple(literally) of office workers. new management took over head position of the local company and lost 2 major procurement contractors in that span of time. incompetent to the needs of the employees. benefits in the form of pay raise non-existent. lazy office personnel. the hardest part of the workplace - is the expectation to do office personnel jobs while warehouse workers are burdened with own daily routines and duties. termination of employees with no intention of hiring suitable help so even more duties fall on current employees and one is expected to do the very same workload with 2 people when the job requires 4.
NO upward mobility, NO pay increases, Expectation to do multiple office personnel workload on top of ones own daily duties, with NO incentive, New management has NO earthly idea on ANY aspect of the Warehouse which causes a chasm in relations.