Administrative Specialist (Former Employee) – Manassas, VA – January 28, 2013
A typical day was a day of constantly doing something. There was plenty of time to learn new things about the building product business, from the contracts to the installation of the products. Managment somewhat fullfilled their positions. Co-workers were a bit difficult because of the consistant need to out-do one another rather then working together. Hardest part of the job was dealing with the people you worked with. Sometimes it was easier to just stay to yourself and achieve goals on your own. The best part of the job was that the pay and benefits were fitting for the work being done, while it lasted. Lay-offs did take place at a period of time.
pay and benefits compensated for the work being done
getting co-workers to work as a team rather than work against one another
Student Internship (Former Employee) – Taylor, MI – September 6, 2016
A typical day of work included me scanning papers, entering in data on Microsoft Excel, working on spreadsheets, cleaning out supply rooms, etc..I learned a lot while working at Masco, most having to do with Microsoft Excel and working on a computer. Management is great, my supervisors always seemed to care and would offer assistance if i needed it. The hardest part of the job was probably having to work on long assignments that would span say upon days to finish. The most enjoyable part was simply me leaning something new or getting feedback. although assignments were often repetitive, I enjoyed when I got to work on something I've never seen before.
Machine Operator/Assembler (Former Employee) – Sayre, PA – August 16, 2016
Good people,good money. Better management and policies wouldn't hurt its production at all. They need to do away with stupid policies,they lose too many good workers, make shifts 8 hours instead of 7.5 hours and more air circulation would be a God sent.
Good money and benefits. Great co-workers.
Very hot work enviorment, only two breaks in a normal shift, and their absentee policy needs to be modified a bit.
Temp Data Entry Receptionist (Former Employee) – Durham, NC – July 23, 2016
Masco as a company I cannot judge, the vendor company that I had a chance to work with was not a very welcoming environment. A typical day at work would include providing a pleasant and warming smile when clients entered as well as answering phones, data-entry of insulation supplies for homeowners and general building contractors.As a Data-Entry specialist and receptionist,my job was also to enter payroll weekly, assist management within other departments when needed. Management during times did not provide such a pleasant experience. ie; part of management would show signs of anger-management issues by throwing items and cursing which would make it difficult to work within the environment or for anyone to show they cared to work with the company. It was the most intense experience I've experienced within a company.
General Laborer (Current Employee) – Sayre, PA – July 16, 2016
I went to work daily to a place that was clean and safe. I have learned how to communicate in order to get the job done in a timely manner. management team worked well together. co-workers was great to work with. the hardest part of the job was hearing with earplugs in. I enjoyed my job because I had to use my brain in order to get the job done.
Contractor Services (Former Employee) – Daytona Beach, FL – June 25, 2016
Typical day was 8:30 am to 5:30 pm I learned a lot about property management. Management was great at open communication. My co-workers were a great team of people. Hardest part of the job - nothing - I loved it! Most enjoyable part of the job was I loved the challenge.
Floater/Laborer (Former Employee) – Orwell, OH – June 12, 2016
I was considered a Floater at Kraft Maid so I had to learn more then one area. I worked in 3 different areas, each of them being very different from the last. I had to learn multiple door styles and colors, Therefore i have pretty good memory. My supervisors were amazing because they worked along side with the rest of my co workers. The most difficult part of my job wasn't even at work, it was trying to make time for my daughter.