Current employee (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – March 21, 2017
Joy Global takes care of their employees, and you won't be over worked. The opportunities for grown and advancement are a bit limited. The company's global presence and decentralized management structure makes changes difficult to implement.
Company worked to be progressive in a dying sector-coal mining
Contract CNC Programming Engineer (Former Employee) – Brook Park, OH – February 15, 2017
After working there for nearly 3 years as a contractor performing various technical assignments bringing the culture to more relevant machining and programming technology, the company was sold to Komatsu.
Product Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – February 6, 2017
Travel the world, meet interesting people. Lots of former military working out in the field with a can-do spirit and a commitment to excellence. You will go thru a few pairs of steel toe boots and you can be afraid to get dirty.
TEAM LEAD, PROJECT ENGINEER (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – January 12, 2017
A company that encourages employees to support Habitat for Humanity, is a company to watch. Joy Global is a company to watch and pursue, just have realistic expectations amid the challenges facing the U.S. mining industry.
Good people. Dedicated people.
Challenging industry and sensitive to domestic environmental policy.
Mechanical/electrical and hydraulic Assembler (Former Employee) – Longview, TX – January 8, 2017
management sucks, all the supervisors are buddy's go hunting, fishing, drinking and that's all they talk about during the day, instead of helping with the workload. no chance of advancement and the raises suck, no future in this place.
I worked alot of overtime, because no one else wanted to, unless it was double time.
Setup/Punch Press Operator (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – December 20, 2016
I learned how to run notching machines. I liked working by myself. The hardest part of the job, when the bell rung I couldn't run my machines until all workers were awake from there naps. I met a lot of nice people.
have give aways for just about anything
I liked doing my job, sometimes I couldn't becase people were sleeping and I would of got written up.
Maintenance/assembler (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – October 9, 2016
good place to work,lots of friends,and provided a good life for my family and I.it taught me many skills which i used in everyday life. it was a hard woking job with many close deadlines, which was great fealing when you were done and on time.
Sales Office Administrator (Current Employee) – Wellington, UT – July 18, 2016
My days start at 7:30 a.m., I have to run all of the quote register and sales force reports and get with Engineers to make sure all money, dates, and deliveries are on tact. I take an hour out of each day and write the Western Region warranty letters. I quote machines and change sales order based off contract management requests.
Distractions, Woman in a Male enviroment, micro managing