Industrial Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – East Stroudsburg, PA – May 9, 2017
very intense work environment. i worked at hayward for about 7 months doing the 3rd shift with no lead supervisor and no one to answer to. For 13.50 an hour i was doing all electrical repairs, plumbing repairs, welding, and mechanical repairs on machinery, i did jobs in this work place that was not on my job description.
Good company ,but management leaves lot to be desired
Electronic Assembler (Former Employee) – North Kingstown, RI – January 12, 2017
they go through temporary employee's like a hot knife through butter , they do not use the people that are certified to do work ! I was just a number and 12/30/2016 my number was up ! They have a clean work environment , they are nice bosses and they tow the company line that is coming from headquarters in New Jersey. All in all it would have been nice to stay there but was not my choice , I guess it is God's will that I am not there !
4 ten hour nights was good
night supervisor does not care for your input on a better or easier way to do things
Working at Hayward was fun ,because it was no difference between the people who work in the office and the ones who work on the floor we all get along like a big family. We celebrate holidays together liked 4th of July they did have a big barbecue and Christmas party.
Great place to work where you have two co workers come rotate with you and relieve you off work as you go to your break. The work was easy and if needed help, they were always around to help with a problem. There was not a hard job in the whole place and which the assignment was full-time work instead of seasonal hire.
three breaks which were included in the regular 40 hour week checks
Process technician, start-up/shut-down technician.
Mold Start up Technician/Mold Process Technician (Former Employee) – Pomona, CA – September 1, 2015
Large facility with molding machine tonnages from 75 to 1650. lots of robot removal of parts from molds, learning robot programming was fun. Consult production board (schedule) for the shift, Ask supervisor for additional priorities. All operators had extensive knowledge of their jobs/machines so problems were pointed out quickly and fixed.
assembly (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – August 3, 2015
this job looks easy but its a great strain on your body the people in the administration office are great but the people inside hayward are no good especially the oriental people the majority treat you bad they have no compassion for new people they do not help and they make fun of the way new people work at the end of the day you are worn out and body broken down I do not recommend
too much strain on arms hands and overall body not worth 11 dollars
Marketing Intern (Former Employee) – Kingston, RI – March 6, 2015
Everyone at Hayward treated me with respect, if I ever had a question about the work I was doing there was always someone to help. Everyone seemed to get along with each other and enjoyed being together.