Masterbrand was a fantastic company. My success gave me the ear of the VP and others that I learned a great deal from.
Manufacturer's Representative (Former Employee) – Central Valley, CA – September 19, 2016
I have truly enjoyed the industries I have worked in. I was fortunate enough to work closely with some of the most successful people in these industries at a young age. This helped me to develop a set of values and work ethic that I just don't see in enough in the job market. I find that being honest and responding to your customers needs as rapidly as possible is a big part of my success.
I love to be successful, Out performing my competion is more gratifying than financial compensation, (Sometimes), Great co-workers clients and job.
Lowest pay and no management advancement within the company
Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Talladega, AL – September 29, 2016
Lowest paid salaries, management discourages growth from within company. Zero room for advancement. Unclean environment, asbestos stored on facility grounds. 90+ degree heat with no air flow and not enough fans for everyone. Cracked walls rotted floors and overall unsafe work area.
$50 for 10 years of service.
lowest pay, unsafe environment, broken equipment, mismanagement, no growth, asbestos.
Floater (Former Employee) – Linwood, NC – August 12, 2016
If I set my mind to anything and work hard I can accomplish task I never thought I could face. I have earned my through any work assignment I've been placed in with just simply being a hard worker a dedicated employee and my value of my fellow co-workers. I have accomplished the hardest task such as learning to drive a fork-lift, doing demolition work, working a saw and a welding machine. To the easiest job from inspecting bus tickets. With each job either hard or bad I do my best, in any situation or task that has been placed upon me.
Productive workplace . I would just like to make more money .
Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Arthur, IL – September 11, 2016
I have a lot of responsibility . A very demanding job . I load the lines and unload trucks . Organize my product in the racks and keep them that way . Stock drawer parts . I enjoy my job because I don't need told what to do and management understands this and leaves me alone so I can get my job done efficiently .
Lead Person (Current Employee) – Ferdinand, IN – April 27, 2016
I started on the assembly line, showed and stated that I wanted to advance to a leadership role. The supervisors cross trained me in areas that would help me. I think management wants everyone to advance but its up to the employee to make it happen. If you show you're a leader even if you're a regular production worker they will notice you and consider you to move forward.
pay, advancement opportunity
insurance deductibles keep going up, by the time I hit the deductible the year is up and have to start it over again
Finishing Operator (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – April 10, 2016
Productive work place with wonderful benefits. Great co-workers with teamwork helping each other. Management was very strict, and the hardest part of the job was not ever knowing what time the shift ends because no one could leave until all production was finished in each department.
free bonus when we meet over our productive goals, Mandatory
extra hrs/overtime at work with massive production
Team Leader/Machine Operator/Job Loader (Former Employee) – Goshen, IN – March 30, 2016
Progressed from a beginning job loading position to a team leader position. Team leadership included organizing and assigning all the jobs to be performed by the team, dealing with any problems that arose, helping the team when they fell behind, team motivation, and computer data entry. Other duties were operating machines, driving forklifts, and repairing damaged parts.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Grants Pass, OR – April 25, 2016
No organized training. Terrible attendence policy. Management makes worse decisions all the time in regards to productions and policies. Low wages in comparison to the profits of the company. If you get injured on the job they will fight you tooth and nail about it. Avoid this job unless you are really desperate for hours.
I wouldnt RECOMMEND this as a great place to work. Very unfair work ethics. No equality by far.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Fairdale, KY – February 25, 2016
The Staffing agency Express Employment Professionals brings you in under false promises. You are told how good of a place that this company is to work for. But you will quickly learn that it's more like a sweat shop 28th poor wages. And no room for advancements unless you speak Spanish.
You will meet tons of different people.
They cheat you breaks and lunch time No American speaking team leads
Good pay management doesnt care how they treat you
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Goshen, IN – February 14, 2016
This company pays well and has good benefits. Management sucks they treat you like you are children when the team leaders are younger than you. Hours are all over the place you can work 8 hours one day come in the next and work 12. No social life at all because you are too tired from the strenuous hours you do work.