Salaried Professional (Current Employee) – North Olmsted, OH – March 22, 2017
Solid performing company. Good salary and bonus. Benefits are good but not great. You wind up paying a lot for medical benefits if you want good coverage. Very difficult to get promoted. As much the company motto says we should "Do the Right Thing, Work Together and Get Results", it is not what actually happens. Much more politics and infighting than I've seen anywhere else in over 25 years of work experience.
Good Bonus and Holiday Time Off
Vacation scale is low compared to other companies. Little opportunity for advancement.
Logistics Analyst (Former Employee) – North Olmsted, OH – February 27, 2017
I was fortunate enough to start my professional career at Moen Inc. after serving in the USMC for 5 years. I had wonderful managers and co-workers to teach me Logistics and provided me with opportunities to build my skills and knowledge with advancement opportunities.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Pine Grove, PA – February 17, 2017
When I first started it was a decent job, good pay. Poor management,unskilled and poorly trained maintenance staff led to consistent line shut downs leading to constant overtime to make up production loss. Management is just awful. No employee/manager relations, lack of appreciation for hard-working employees, no consideration for family emergencies or even bereavement situations. If you have nothing else to do with your life than this job is perfect for you. On top of that the breaks are basically enough to grab a cupcake and wash your hands. Alot of hardworking people who are not appreciated by management. And training is a joke, trial and error at best.
Used to be fun and satisfying place to work. Not anymore
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Sanford,NC – January 22, 2017
worked there for 28 years and until they brought in my new manager form textiles. new nothing about manufacturing and didn't try to learn. he drove me away micro managing me and everybody around him. Worked almost every weekend while manager never came in on weekend to show support for his team. Turned into a political battle on a daily basis. Then the unethic practices began to take place. supervisors running around with their direct reports, destroying marriages. This was not an isolated event. Numerous managers were having extra marital affairs and nothing was being done. Moral was very low as all employees knew of the scandals. Was brought to the attention of HR and even corporate HR. Nothing was done. It was swept under the rug. Awful place to work.
Sr. Mechanical Laboratory Technician (Current Employee) – North Olmsted, OH – February 28, 2015
Typical day: Design reliability testing and technical report writing.
What have I learned: I've had the opportunity to hone my skill sets.
Management: Reviews of departmental management is very mixed. A purge/refresh is in order.
Co-Workers: Much like management, this is a mixed review. A few elite people, but a round of house cleaning is certainly in order here. Several individuals, though highly compensated, are R.O.D. (Retired on Duty). Why management has allowed this situation to exist for so long is seemingly beyond me. These same people openly abuse company policy and good will.
Hardest part of the job: Trying to maintain a positive attitude and drive for results while working with people who have given up long ago.
Most enjoyable part of the job: Taking all the money that I can out of the company, all the while striving for better through very hard work.
Excellent salary, slightly behind the time in some area such as quality and lean, easy company to fit in
Quality (Current Employee) – NC – January 20, 2014
Company has excellent bonus program and excellent salary ranges. This helps offset some of the lose ends that exist. Company tends to lean towards micro-managers and single point decision makers. In some ways this removes some responsibility and but also removes personal accountability. Wonderful people and great operating philosphy that is followed to the letter. You will be treated with respect and depending on the part of the organization, your knowledge will be valued.