Source 1 is a small office feel, with Johnson Controls as the big company backing.
UPG Parts Expeditor, Source One Procurement (Current Employee) – 8909 E 35th St. North – July 27, 2017
The environment was very nice and the coworkers were very friendly and helpful. Everyone does their best to succeed and make the company better. Management is hands off and provides staff with freedom to self-manage. I learned to prioritize and manage multiple projects at the same time.
Producation Worker (Former Employee) – Cottondale, AL – July 26, 2017
I enjoyed working with this company. The supervisors were knowledgeable and professional. The training for this job was adequate. The pay and benefits could increase and/or change to match the qualifications desired and labor required. I worked overnight shifts, which is beneficial for my overall work/school schedule and parenting schedule.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – High Point, NC – July 26, 2017
The company needed to hire more office staff. Understaffed and no team work from limited office staff. No assistance from manager to address issues and very biased. Colleague was very difficult to work with and kiss up to upper management and often gossiped more than work or helping out with work that was behind. Other departments and managers saw the problem and nothing was done. I had to quit.
Bias, understaff, not enough breaks, highly stressful
management (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – July 25, 2017
There is not a positive company culture with Koch Filter. Everyone is in CYA mode and rarely work as a team. Lack of communication from the top down leaves one feeling like tey are not part of the team and whatever one does it isnt good enough. Internal office moral is negative.
Forklift Operator/Assembly Technician (Former Employee) – Clanton, AL – July 25, 2017
A typical day at work would consist of clocking in and running a set station to make a product. Occasionally I was able to observe the line and run a forklift to supply raw material and take finished goods to the warehouse.
Great opportunity for interesting and innovative work through hands-on experience.
Manager (Former Employee) – York, PA – July 25, 2017
Interesting and challenging work and great people. Priorities and major projects change frequently due to lack of a consistent sponsor. A great place to work to gain valuable hands-on experience as a stepping stone in your career.
Working at Johnson Controls shows a lot of advancements for the line operator to line brazer to steel press operator I enjoyed every bit of that place good benefits and good learning skills and great pay
Sr. Manufacturing Engineer (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – July 23, 2017
Johnson Controls is a great place to work, a global company that is competitive in many different product areas. Supervisors and management is very kind, caring, and encouraging. The pace is slow allowing for detailed project management and scheduling.
Management turnover and micromanagement is out of control. Excellent pay and benefits but nonexistent work/life balance Constantly buying out companies merges and changing firing severance pay for upper management Would not recommend
System Designer (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – July 19, 2017
Typical corporate desk job. All of the hardware engineering is done with Microsoft Visio (not industry standards). Coworkers and bosses are great but overall our office is understaffed creating a lot of extra work for people in the field.