Polisher (Former Employee) – Lincoln, NE – June 6, 2013
A typical day for me would be about 6 hours of manual labor. I constantly had to have ear protection, saftely goggles, and a dusk mask on. The hardest part of the job was lifting the 50 pound pipe against the belts.
PCW (Former Employee) – Merrill, WI – May 28, 2013
I would go into the homes of developmentally disabled adults and assist with ADLs. It was hard to work enough hours to support myself, you were only compensated for the time you were there. But the work itself was great.
Lincoln Industries is a dynamic company that takes very good care of the people who work there!
Performance Improvement Specialist (Former Employee) – Lincoln, NE – October 15, 2012
A typical day is about being flexible and available to add value on that day for the chief needs of the business. I learned a great deal about myself through multiple assessments and opportunities to work with diverse groups on diverse projects. Management is in transition and likely positive changes will take place in the next 3-9 months. The hardest part of the job is "running the marathon with your feet tied together" as a colleague stated. This is a consensus-building and collaborative culture but often misaligned management creates challenges for competitive; driven people who want to make a difference. Thus, talented people are stymied. The most enjoyable part of the job is that people love and care for each other. Generally, there are healthy, happy people that make up a culture rich in strong values and driven by excellent results.