Temporary Employee (Current Employee) – 2715 Ramsey Rd Gainesville, GA – July 13, 2016
Great place to work at when it comes to hours and they work with your hours , but horrible management . It takes yeeaaaars for you to get hired if following up from a temp agency and most employees are temps. No organization when it comes to situating off work times . You won't find out what time you get off of work until after your 30 min break and they often can't make up their mind on what time you get off even after they let you know what time you get off . Basically more focused on filling up their pockets instead of considering that people have lives and families to go to , some don't even have personal transportation . The floaters act like Jocks and it seems like you can't find the right person to give you upfront information . ALWAYS make sure you bring a water bottle or a screw closed container to hydrate your self , it gets really hot in the summer and it is like a sweat shop!! But other than that the hours and pay are decent , they just need to step up. Hint: 2nd shift pays more than the 1st ;)
Service Engineer (Current Employee) – Suwanee, GA – January 6, 2016
To provide technical support and repair support for engines,transmissions,hydraulic systems,electrical issues.and computer and program problems. When dealerships encounter a issue or concern. We provide the support needed to correct the concern. Management works with us on larger concerns and other offices needed to fix current issues. The most complicated part of the job is balancing all the input of information. While also saving, forwarding and making sure dealers are helped and information is correct. The best part of the job is being able to help educate the dealers and mechanics.
assembly worker (Former Employee) – gainesville, ga – October 7, 2015
its a place with good hours, and it has good pay. Management seems shows more favoritism, and there seems to be retaliation against those who speak against it. over a good place to get into if you are in need of hours and money. hardest part of the job was balancing family life because there are so many hours and not too many opportunity to take time off (even if you have PTO)
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Warehouse – September 29, 2015
I loved my job. I got along with everyone and I had a good supervisor. My job was easy and I learned my job fast. I did a good job working in quality in the warehouse. I had military training for two weeks therefore I had to resign. It was a temporary job but it could have turned into permanent. I really missed doing this job.
Kubota Insurance Claims Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Suwanee, Ga – September 23, 2015
I loved working with Kubota. I had a great team of people working with me along with a great boss. You are there to work, but because of the moral and how closely we all connected the day flew by. I would work for Kubota time and time again.
Welder (Former Employee) – Jefferson, GA – August 18, 2015
This job was a real eye opener for me and it showed me what I would have to do for the rest of my life now that the easiest part of it was over and it showed me how it feels to work with people that have the same skill that I have.
Distribution Center Associate (Former Employee) – Groveport, OH – August 6, 2015
1st shift did all the picking and packing of customer orders. 2nd shift did all the unloading of trucks and putting away of inventory. learned everything on both shifts. co-workers were great. heavy lifting was the hardest part of the job.
Rather long hours with decent pay. Must be prepared for a production environment. Learning and advancement opportunities. Must be a hard worker to make it at Kubota. I would say the best strategy for making it with the company for a decent amount of time is to keep your head down and work. Everyone is only responsible to look out for themselves. It is very independent work. Must be motivated.
Manager (Current Employee) – Torrance, CA – June 7, 2015
Company is in a period of steady growth. Great opportunities for those who get themselves noticed through smart work... not to be confused with "hard work," because you can keep your head down, work hard, and never get noticed. But if you can demonstrate your value by helping the company achieve efficiencies or elevate its reputation, etc., sky's the limit.
Training Program Developer (Former Employee) – Torrance, CA – March 2, 2015
A fun place to go into with a new challenge each day at hand. My days consisted of Developing training on the Kubota product weather it be ILT training to classes being provided online. Got to travel globally and learn information that i would later on use in my classes built for employees and dealer technicians. Worked with a lot of good knowledgeable people that would help myself gain experience and knowledge. At the end of the day it was self rewarding seeing my work being put to good use and people gaining knowledge from the work i have put together.