confidential (Current Employee) – confidential – April 23, 2014
Was a great company that cared about the people. The merger/ acqusition in 2010 was the beginning of the end. The latest executive team has done the company and employees no favors. High turnover at all levels especially leadership along with a lack of accountability have strapped the company to the point of no return. Very sad.
Payroll was changed without notice.. the schedule and amount. One week was held which is a pay cut. Multiple payrolls have been missed. Benefits cut.. no 401k match.
Employees are expected to use their own credit cards for company related costs, but aren't repaid according to their policy.
Employees are bankrolling the company.
great people in maumee where the people know what they're doing and care
exec mgmt motivated by ego & nepotism. major layoffs due to poor mgmt. turnover of competent staff.
Material Handler/ Welder Helper (Current Employee) – Yorktown, VA – January 16, 2014
Well a typical day would be me coming in handing out supplies so workers could get there day started. Then I would place orders and sometimes pick up material for the job from different vendors or local hardware stores. Then there maybe time throughout the day where i may have to jump on equipment such as the forklift to unload material, or it maybe a day where i may go out in the field and assist the welder. During my time here i also learned how to operate the Skid Steer and Side Boom. The most enjoyable part of my job was working with people from different areas all towards the same goal.
Office Manager and Business Development Liaison (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 2, 2014
Bilingual, (English and Arabic), Secure Clearance, Knowledgeable of Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Paint, Outlook, office equipment. Interact easily with individuals, easily adaptable to change and new tasks, quick learner, work well under pressure.
Slave (Former Employee) – Maumee, OH – May 2, 2013
LTC cares little for its employees. Talent is squashed by those in decision-making positions who have few management skills. Primarily based on nepotism, hiring process is more about who you know and to whom you are related, rather than true talent.
Operator (Current Employee) – Yorktown, VA – February 14, 2013
lakeshore toltest is as far from family enviroment as you can get. There is no such thing as fair in life but there is a right and a wrong. They are a a bad company in many ways and I would never wish anyone to work for them. If you want to be lied to and thrown under the bus for many things then this company is for u.