Line Operator (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – January 25, 2014
Decent Management, younger supervisors and leads to all of the work for the Foreman who just sit in their offices. Day shift receives raises more often then Night Shift. Incentives are awesome every 1/4 year though and also co-workers are awesome.
Incentives, Safety Dinners
Short Breaks, No Air Conditioning and very little heat.
DIRECTOR, Global Sourcing, Chemicals (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – May 22, 2017
I enjoyed Masonite, especially my work with the manufacturing facilities and the Masonite Technical Center. I was given freedom to set up a great supply base and to negotiate with suppliers to improve costs, quality and delivery.
regrade/Hyster driver (Current Employee) – Laurel, MS – May 2, 2017
some days are good some days are bad but everyday being able to work at this job is a blessing...... I have been with Masonite for almost two years now and it has its good and bad times. Some days are line breaks down witch cause us not to be able to reach our goals for that day, but we are trained to get back on the right track rather the machines are down or not.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Kirkwood, NY – April 21, 2017
A typical work day at Masonite is going to work and never knowing when you were going home most days were 12 hours it is not the place you really want to work at they only care about doors and work you so hard that you don't know if you coming or going. the hardest part of the job is the bosses they blame you for doing things that you did not do and when you stand up for your self you get fired! If you go to work at Masonite you will see what I they stand with stop watch and time you if they are not happy with times you get fired. This is not a place you want to work at !
Shipping and Receiving (Former Employee) – Pittsburg, KS – April 8, 2017
My managers were compassionate, yet stern and fair. Other departments had terrible leadership it seemed. The worst part about the job is the concrete floor and having to stand on it for a lengthy period of time.
No recordable accidents for 3 months gets the whole plant a free chicken dinner
Territory Sales Manager (Former Employee) – AR, Southwest MO, Northern LA – April 7, 2017
Being allowed by Masonite to develop my relationship with each store was very good for me. I enjoyed the interaction with each store. Getting to know each staff and talking to them about their strengths and weaknesses so I would know how to better train them to provide the necessary service to their customers to close the deal. Showing them how to upgrade each sale where they could make more commission was exciting for the associate.
Compensation for the work you do
Sometimes the every other week conference calls were a waste of timel.
Manager (Former Employee) – Algoma, WI – March 27, 2017
Constantly changing. Too high turnover. Hard to get much done when the players are changing so frequently. Quality suffers when you make so many mid stream changes. Sometimes it is easier to blame the players than it is to recognize it is a system problem.
Bottom Man (Former Employee) – Stockton, CA – March 10, 2017
Masonite was an experience. Made many of mistakes, was able to learn from them to. I had a lot of fun with a lot of nice people. Taught me about how people are and how things go. Treat others how you want to be treated. Mind your business. And if the pays good enough work your butt off.
Feeder/Middle Man (Former Employee) – Stockton, CA – February 21, 2017
Set up glue spreader make lots of doors. I learned how to make different kinds of doors. Management was hard, unforgiving and rude. work culture was terrible. The hardest part was dealing with the poor management, poor leadership. I only enjoyed the fact that it was steady work.
as they say hardwork pays off, well this company stands buy it. work hard and you will advance, very less redtape to worry about which is always a good thing in such a big company.. Never knew so much went into doing doors