You do your job and have to fix other peoples mistakes or catch up for those who are too lazy to do their jobs.
Mold changer (Former Employee) – Charleston, IN – September 7, 2016
Overall decent place to work, but has many problems. Some of the employees spend a lot of time doing nothing. Others have bad attitudes, and a lack of pride in their work. They use to allow smoking outside, but now have to step off property to smoke and that is only at lunch.
exercise room, benefits, and advancement.
employees with many years of service are lazy and unfriendly, and many of which are younger than myself.
Order Puller (Current Employee) – Elkhart, IN – September 5, 2016
The health benefits here are decent but I have worked many places and the level of inexperienced forklift operators is baffling and was almost severely injured or killed several times by boss/employees driving very fast and carelessly
cool job for a beginner. management a little weak for leadership. usually throw you under the bus if they could. co workers were cool sort of. hardest part was the constant issues with machines. I met and married the HR lady so that is the most enjoyable part of that. if your a proficient or greater machinist then this job isn't for you. will move up in class fast but doubt you get a position of greater then direct employment...
great starter in the machining world
work enviornment is more or less gossipy and messy... if you know what I mean.
Maintenance (Current Employee) – Nacogdoches, TX – February 5, 2016
Nibco was once the best in the business. Many of the people that work here still are. Management used to invest themselves in the people that worked for them, but that has changed. From the corporate management down to the local, things have changed.
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Denmark, SC – April 30, 2015
The employees were like family. Teamwork was very important to everyone that worked there. I learned how to package products, measure and inspect and accept or reject. I also read blue prints and did start-ups.
A factory that is serious about the production and on time delivery of parts.
Packer (Current Employee) – Greensboro, Ga – June 8, 2014
As a packer we are the last ones to see the products being sold before the client sees them. We have to make sure that the products are of part when it comes to the quality policy and we must reach production at the same time. This job takes a lot of hard work and team worker with the co workers to make sure that the proper boxes, labels, and PVC pipes are bar coded if need be and placed in the boxes in a manner that the boxes close neatly and that the boxes are stacked correctly as well.
Transport specialist (Current Employee) – Greensboro, GA – February 15, 2014
Nibco is a poorly managed plastics compay. The environment is laid back and condusive for lack of production. The hardest part of my job is coordinating with several people in different departments due to the difficulty in finding them in the factory. The most enjoyable part of my job is learning the plastics industry and trying to be a more well rounded employee as I learn the trade.
company had an exercise room,promoted healthy lifestyles
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Greensboro, GA – October 15, 2013
Day were 10 hrs and started at 5.usually started with morning meeting on production, orders and safety,with safety being main focal point.I've learned how to be a people person.also I felt mgmt. was pretty good and address all concerns as quickly as possible.. As in any place that I venture everyday I feel it's my best interest to know everybody there,so I personally knew all 189 employees of NIBCO. The hardest part of nibco was policy changes..when they implemented them without giving you a heads up.the most enjoyable part of NIBCO was being able to work unsupervised..they trusted you and gave you the chance to prove yourself.
cookout, popcorn wednesdays, holiday contests
only one day off for each holiday, and then we had to go in following day and cram 5days into four.
Upper management, is bad,they do what ever they want, even make up lies, went to plant manager reported what was going on, he smiled and said he was to busy, lies, and dont trust any supervisor there, HR tell everything to people on the floor medical bus, and everything else, very sneaky people,
upper management, hr, plant man, i watched them use co-workers to harrass
Customer Service, Quality Control (Former Employee) – Elkhart, Indiana – August 31, 2011
The company is a leader in their field. They are highly respected in the industry. It was educational and enjoyable working for NIBCO and the management staff. I learned a lot; and was rewarded for hard work.
MillRite (Former Employee) – Stuarts Draft, VA – October 11, 2013
I was given a solid background in the manufacturing prosess and with a diligent team leader failer was not even comnsidered since them Team apposhiere was utilized in a maner set to prevent this from accureing.