Payroll Tax Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 31, 2017
People usually work 12 hour shifts 5 days a week. That is the norm. However, job security is essential, the managers are good. They are all about process improvement and coming in doing above and beyond your job so be prepared for that. A good thing for some. Lazy people don't fit in the scope of this environment.
Engineering Projects Team Leader (Current Employee) – Rosemount, MN – October 2, 2016
Koch inspires each employee to actively search for ways to increase value for our community, the economy, and company. Everyone has the ability to challenge alternatives and seek out the best knowledge to assure we are focusing efforts on the right things and not just doing things right.
Maintenance (Former Employee) – Hiawatha, KS – July 31, 2016
Clock in at 7am. A lot about everything the company had to offer and some CDL info. My boss was a super cool guy to work with. Everyone there got along well. I even got to drive the company truck. There was nothing hard. and I like a challenge.
Resident housekeeping Assistant/ on call nanny (Former Employee) – Palm Beach, FL – January 16, 2015
A typical day at the job was never like any other. Constantly changed. Worked for a private company and their needs always changed. They always had high expectations of each worker and your effort was never appreciated. Working with coworkers were great everyone worked in a team. The hardest part of the job was never being able to please the boss, she complained about everything. Working in teams were encouraged but never mandatory which I loved very much.
Cabinet Line Worker (Current Employee) – Seneca, KS – August 27, 2014
Paperwork starts the day. As the machine operator begins, I "catch" the parts cut on a laser guided saw. Sort sizes, and stack them onto carts. Each species and profile make one order( ex: shaker and standard... cherry, birch, oak). Small rubber pieces are inserted into the groove of the parts to help shim up the door panel. The cart is then sent on to its next stage.
Very rewarding!!!! I learned how to do and work with custom cabinetry. I was the spray painter/stainer. I worked on all the high end cabinetry. The Supervisor in my area was great to work for, he was very helpful and stern at times. We all worked as a team together in the paint room wish made a day at work easy to get through. The hardest part of my job was to fix mistakes that happened in other parts of the factory. I loved seeing the finished product and see all the artistry that went into completing them and knowing I was a part of that!!!!
Paint Room Laborer/Drawer Front Organizer (Current Employee) – Hiawatha, KS – August 16, 2013
The work hours at Koch are 730-4pm. You learn a lot and are treated good. The management is pretty good as well and so are the co-workers for the most part. The factory gets really hot during the summer but it's nothing unbearable. They would even sometimes come around with popcicles to reward us. They have 401k, vacation time, medical insurance, life insurance, and cafeteria plan. Good place to work for.
Finishing Department Laborer (Current Employee) – East Plant, Seneca, Kansas – February 17, 2013
Update daily schedule. Prioritize orders. Check orders for errors. Check product for errors before going to finishing belt. Report all defects to management, as well as submitting finished schedule getting it ready for the next days list. Assist other areas such as accent glazing, highlighting. We are about 45 employees working in the finish area. Assisting other problem areas while doing own job. Satisfaction in achieving goal.
Contractor/Consultant (Former Employee) – Enid, Ok – November 12, 2012
I learned about KOCH nitrogen, and what KOCH does, I was trained on safety when on the job site, and about lock out tag out. Mnagement take their jobs and employees safety very serious. Co-Workers were hard working and dedicated. The enjoyable part of the job, is I had a great experience with learning about another company as well as broadening my experience.