Production Worker (Former Employee) – Nashville, AR – July 18, 2016
I liked this job a lot for those few months I worked it was my second job fasted paced job building weed eaters I worked pack out so I would put together shields and place them on the belt that moves the line so the seedeater could be packed and ready for shipment
Multiple breaks and weekly pay
Fasted pace if you couldn't keep up it would be a problem
Assembly Line/Production (Former Employee) – Nashville, AR – May 27, 2016
Working here actually pushed me to stay and school so i wouldnt have to do production again. I worked 10 hour shifts and it wasnt the easiest work. It was decent money but you worked hard for every penny. There were great people here which helped alot
I loved this job. I loved my co-workers and the management. I worked in a cubicle setting with many co-workers around me which made for a nice environment. The phone rang constantly so I stayed busy all day which made time go by quickly. I learned a lot of computer and customer service skills from this job.
The job opportunity at Husqvarna was an amazing experience. Operating the machines and making our daily quota was the most interesting challenges about the position. The work was relatively easy because of the team work enforce by the Husqvarna group. The hardest part about the job was dealing with upper management, who did not have any input in production. The most enjoyable part of the job was the optional overtime.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Orangeburg, SC – May 17, 2016
It was a great and hard job for a first job. Very fast pace but the jobs were pretty manageable to perform. There weren't any benefits offered at the time. Management had some not very personable attitudes
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Orangeburg, SC – May 9, 2016
When I worked at Husqvarna it was during a hectic time and I was working 60 hours a week. I enjoyed working here. The people employed were nice and helpful. I worked well with my co-workers. The hardest part of the job was dealing with the body pains at the end of the day. I enjoy working with a team and sometimes individually. I liked the variety of this job.
Assembly Line Worker (Current Employee) – Orangeburg, SC – April 27, 2016
I started off knowing that they do lay off which is well understood. But in doing a job like this you would think that they are working a bunch of Mexicans... Really $9 an hour and half of the time youre sent home early beause they do not have parts to fulfill jobs. This is what you call modern day slavery for my black counterparts as well as my white counterparts. Majority of us have a family that we have to support and some of us cant do that making $9.00 an hour. They can do a whole lot better. Its some very hardworkers and underpaid. A truck driver with our local furniture store they pay $12.00 an hour for delivering furniture. Really Employess at walmart make way more than we do. The pay scale needs to be revised.
Feed us very well
Short breaks, Hardworkers that are underpaid, Knowing 2-3 months will be looking for another job.