Welder / Machine Operator / Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – June 23, 2017
A good company who is willing to train you to have you learn quickly. They are willing to cross train you, as they are the place that I learned how to first weld. They have many different departments as well as machines that you can learn.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – November 16, 2016
Safe place and productive place for you to gain work experience and learn new skills. Co-workers are friendly easy to get along with. They have mandatory over-time sometimes it comes in handy other times it can interfere with personal lives.
Engineering Technician (Current Employee) – Scottsboro, AL – August 14, 2016
Lozier has been a great learning experience. The company has been willing to send me to training needed to complete the projects that come up. The management has been careful to assign work according to my skill level.
Long hours and long weekends in a fast paced hot environment
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – July 19, 2016
Closed minded family ran business. The company has a false sense of itself in that it thinks it is bigger than it really is. This leads them to believe that their buying power is on par with car manufacturers. They have no respect for the lives of the workers and the group in the main office view the people in the plants as being lower than them. The company lacks vision and is currently being ran by borderline incompetent people as the owner is beginning to hand over the reins. It is not very diverse and most promotions are based on relationships and not ability.
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – Union, MO – February 16, 2016
intense work with equipment. replace and PM most equipment on a daily work load. Trouble shoot wiring issue related to power or hydraulic machinery. Worked 10 hr. to 11 hr. days, 6 days a week. Report daily work list to supervisor in regards to non/op equipment.
forklift operator (Former Employee) – DC – May 5, 2015
very demanding and fast paced, dangerous at times with dozens of forklifts operating in small areas and dirty, poorly maintained warehouse and forklifts. management only seemed to care about numbers, numbers, numbers! a new person is expected to put away as much as someone who's been there for years. co workers are mostly good people, MOSTLY. it is unionized but the union won't help you unless you've been there for years.
nice break room
management, run down equipment, hot dirty warehouse
Distribution Center Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee) – Scottsboro, AL – May 3, 2015
Lozier was a very good place to work. They have a great HR department and good managers and supervisor. Job stability is good but advancement is limited. It is very hard to transition for seasonal to full-time employment as there are no real guide line and the decisions are made by individual supervisor feeling on how well you perform. It is a union job ( for what that worth). The culture is very conservative and slow to change. I will say that my co-worker were very friendly and welling to do their share. They all took pride in their jobs and most of them had worked there for a very long time ( 10 or more years ).
Fair wages, friendly culture and great benefits.
No climate control, little room to advance and too much overtime.