Distribution Specialist (Current Employee) – Orrville, OH – July 3, 2017
On a typical work day, I package and ship out many different types of machine parts. I work on a computer and load trucks with fork trucks and by hand. I have learned how to run programs such as Mapics, UPS, FedEx, excel and YRC Freight. Management at this particular location has an inconsistent disciplinary system. The hardest part of the job is getting co workers to communicate properly.
Assembler/CNC Operator (Current Employee) – Shippensburg, PA – June 27, 2017
Don't have anything to say,but if you like mandatory overtime, All summer long this is the job for you. Very fast pace environment,people come in and leave just as fast as they came.but if you like to work hard there is room for advancement.
Distribution Specialist (Current Employee) – Orrville, OH – May 31, 2017
I am grateful for the 11years at Jlg but my raises were terrible and there was no room for advancement for me. The management team had a good ole boy mentality. There investigations for disciplinarery action was based on hear say and not facts. Mangement would walk people off the site with no proof.
IT Project Manager II (Current Employee) – Hagerstown, MD – April 3, 2017
Progressive global company, with strong CEO and IT leadership. Strong emphasis on attracting and retaining "people first". Parent company Oshkosh Corporation keeps America safe through its Defense, Fire & Emergency and Access segments and clean through its Commercial segment.
Welder (Current Employee) – Orrville, OH – March 25, 2017
JLG has treated me well the past 11 yrs. They take pride in safety and work cleanliness . They lacked in picking the right leadership and making the most effect decisions in some cases. i think they need to also review their pay scale and bring up to what other business are at.
Welder (Former Employee) – Orrville, OH – March 12, 2017
I have had alot of experiences at JLG. It has been the best place i have ever worked. I would love to advance a little further into the company but they have decided to close down the Orrville, Ohio facility.
Welder (Current Employee) – Orrville, OH – February 9, 2017
management is very good. culture is safety. hardest part was when we didn't have parts. the best part off the job is the people. i have learned more welding skills and ready to learn more welding skills as everyday is diffrent.