If you get this job, take it serious... It has a future.
Sheet Metal Welder, (Former Employee) – Conyers, GA – July 13, 2017
Two words------amazing company!!!!!!!
Without a doubt it has to be the very best company ive ever worked for. Besides the pay being outstanding, the benefits alone are worth gaining employment for. I just wish I would have taken this job way more seriously...
Electrician I (Former Employee) – Covington, GA – July 10, 2017
Very fast paced environment involving electronics. Work night shifts at 12 hours 4 nights per week. Great environment easy to talk to people. Company good on growth. There was never a hard day on the job.
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Covington, GA – June 5, 2017
This company culture spends most of it's time going in circles looking for someone to blame. There is no method of production scheduling so you're constantly putting out fires. Quality Program is non-existent and employee training is virtually none. A company ran on tribal knowledge and metrics rather than productive planning, training and organization. Micro-managers, who rather procrastinate with no idea of how to solve the problem. There is a go with the flow mentality that presents a detrimental resistance to change. This would be a great company if there was more integrity and management would address their mistakes rather than cover them up in metrics.
Lack of integrity, micro-managers, no organization
Corparate atmosphere only, definately not family oriented anymore! Horrible place to work and wouldn't recommend it to anyone!
Production Supervisor (Current Employee) – GA – April 17, 2017
This company has taken everything that used to keep employees happy. No company picnic, no profit sharing, no employee appreciation, no nothing. Morale on the production floor is definitely at an all time low. This company doesn't even know how to spell family anymore!!! STAY AWAY!!! Management & Human Resources are horrible. Treat employees like they are a piece of trash. Zero communication as well. I will never recommend this company to anyone anymore and I've been here for 20+ yrs.
Brake Operator (Current Employee) – Colonial Heights, VA – March 18, 2017
I brake parts for coolers every day. I attended courses to become MS (Manufacturing Specialist) and MT1 (Manufacturing Technician Level 1). Besides, I learned a lot of skills in Hill Phoenix. The management is relatively. The company focus on safety and quality, it expects the responsibility of the employees. To break long and heavy metals is my hardest part. To figure out the way to break difficult parts is my favorite.
Machine Operator/Material Handler (Former Employee) – Conyers, GA – November 22, 2016
I came to this Job after been laid off from my last job think this would be the last one until I retire. I'm hard work hard and i got the job done and love that job, I enjoy the management and my co-worker.