Great place for individual challenges and resposibility.
Electrical Designer (Former Employee) – Pennsylvania – June 19, 2017
The work load was heavy and management didn't seem to notice or care. But there was constant challenges which never allowed for boredom. A lot of experience was to be gained when working here. A lot of pride in the workers but management didn't seem to possess this type of pride of the products and knowledge behind them. Management seemed to be more concerned with numbers and not quality.
Great place to learn a trade, skill or engineering background!
Material handler, Welder (Former Employee) – Franklin, PA – June 21, 2017
The work was fun and entertaining , co-workers all got along and love the mining machine , and the heavy moving of parts through the shop. Didn't have to worry about what to do , just do what ever it takes to get the job done.
CNC Machinist (Current Employee) – Franklin, PA – June 5, 2017
Although the pay is good, you hit a dead end fast. when you reach the top of the union negotiated pay scale, you're done. Additionally, there are absolutely no tracks for an hourly worker to advance into management, regardless of his/her education or work ethic.
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.