Production Coach (Former Employee) – Stuttgart, AR – February 9, 2016
Lennox was a good place to work with reasonable work/life balance. The compensation and benefits were very good. Management did a good job of running the business. They were not very receptive to new ideas or employees coming in from outside the organization.
Assembler/Heat Exchange/Build Motors (Former Employee) – Stuttgart, AR – January 4, 2016
I enjoyed working at Lennox. My coworkers were very skilled at what they did and very fast paced and seemed very energetic. The most enjoyable part of the job was accomplishing the goal, which was to meet production. The hardest part was standing on my feet all day.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Stuttgart, AR – October 1, 2015
A typical day at work consists of supplying 5+ production lines and 6 support areas with purchase parts and dunnage removal, receiving trucks, managing POU suppliers, employees, SAP skills, training, and budget control. Other enjoyable aspects are writing CAPX's, Kaizen, ERS, Auditing, Risk Analysis, and material reliability.
Factory Worker (Current Employee) – Marshalltown, IA – September 15, 2015
a typical day in the factory is pretty much the same as the day before , learned lots of various work procedures. Like most work places the overall management is fair with of course a few not so much. the hardest part is the day in day out repetition, the best part is the interaction with some co workers who are enjoyable to be around.
some free lunches, pay and benefits some what average
Health Specialist II (Current Employee) – Marshalltown, IA – June 30, 2015
Lennox is a company that cares for its employees. They are fair and impartial in their judgments and policies. Work atmosphere is business with a casual turn. In the nursing office we triage employee injuries as needed. Work within the OSHA guidelines. FMLA paperwork starts within this office. We were working with the OHM system of charting and now are using the Intelex system. This is a system of safety and nursing working together. As a department of only 4- 2 nurses and 2 safety persons we do work quite closely in trying to prevent injury and creating a safe environment for all. This is probably the point I have taken most to heart and learned the most from. Safety and nursing are not always cohesive but they HAVE to work together to be an effective unit. Sometimes difficult on all sides. We have learned that to work together we have to remember that we are all human with idiosyncrasies. I do enjoy working at Lennox. Working with the people is the most enjoyable part of the job.
Working with people who care
People do not always want to hear what we are saying regarding work related injuries.
Too focused on market share and lost touch with core customers
District Manager (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – May 23, 2015
Company had strong reputation for loyalty to core customers with strong support until they went public. Once that happened, focus shifted to gaining market share, often at expense of existing customers.
Fair comp plan and allowed autonomy
Overly focused on adding new customers at expense of existing customers
Assembly Line Worker (Current Employee) – Stuttgart, AR – March 18, 2015
Management is great. I would like to make more money doing less work. The coworkers work together pretty well. nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
Friendly work environment with on-site workout facility, and cafeteria
Credit Analyst I / Administrative Support II (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – March 3, 2015
Enjoyable work environment. Offered Employee Corporate Challenge, Health Awareness Program and Company Holiday Events. As Credit Analyst 1, review process with a "hands-on" manager, friendly co-workers with common interests. Most enjoyable part of my job was multi-tasking with various duties in department, supporting my co-workers, and making new friendships due to my job duties and responsibilities creating contacts with many different departments. Hardest part of my job was not having "back-up" employee when I went on vacation or sick.
stable international company, profitable, benefits
seasons determine profitability in a/c & heating industry
Administrative - Technical Training (Former Employee) – richardson – October 31, 2014
• Placed office supply orders, and placed catering orders • Schedule and setup physical classrooms • Ship packages (marketing materials or class certificates) • Assist with presentations or classroom activities • Work on invoices/Prodagio • Take incoming 1-800 calls (primarily early in the morning, 3rd person in rotation) • Troubleshoot online Learning Management System (IT) issues • Answer calls regarding; billing/credit questions, classes and products • Place warm – cold sales calls with dealers • Monitor and report on team sales efforts • Email marketing announcements and support to TMs and DMs • Design, and distribute marketing and learning materials for dealers, class forums and internal employees
Territory Manager (Current Employee) – Midwest/South – August 28, 2014
This is a very good place to work. In my market it has been difficult to grow at the level they expect. You will likely have a very good year every 3 or 4 years, but on off years you won't hit plan and will miss some bonuses. However, even in off years you will likely make a strong wage. The benefits are outstanding: great health insurance, an excellent 401(k) program, stock purchase plan, FSA, etc.
Buyer I (Current Employee) – Richardson, TX – August 12, 2014
Initially work in Lennox to support the project, the manager and the team that I was working with was very helpful and are good team players. As a contractor, the environment is a good experience for someone trying to grow in the supply chain industry.