Part sorter (Former Employee) – Paragould, AR – January 5, 2018
I was working at Nidac through a temp service called people source I was supposed to go full time after 500 hrs but guess what they played me off in stead but I really did like working there even though I was not going to get rich....
Lamination Technician (Former Employee) – Mena, AR – October 30, 2017
You will work Monday threw Friday. Mandatory overtime on sat & optional Sunday. There is always plenty of overtime available.
Management will NOT stand up for you over someone that has 15 to 20 years in and you are a person that has less. If you have not done nothing wrong and someone wants you gone management will find a way to get rid of you.
Pay scale is not fair for most job's in the factory. Pay does not support the economy.
Insurance was good but in the last years it has changed for the worse ( cheaper for the company).
Some people are great to work with others don't work at all, typical factory.
Test Technician (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – August 2, 2017
A relaxed work environment on a scenic campus / grounds, has a good cafeteria and exercise paths that can be utilized on break. Management are patient and helpful, work is usually non-stressful and sometimes interesting.
Would Begin by updating schedules and posting work requirements. Could be involved with Helping in Quality to Meeting with planning crew tom verify daily requirements. People were well adjusted and new what was expected so very few personal issues.
Every day with this crew gave something new and they were never dull.
Marketing Intern (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – July 24, 2017
Learning how to develop and maintain relationships with customers was very special. Having relationships with customers is critical in business. I feel confident that what I learned during the internship will help me succeed in the future.
Tool and Die Technician (Former Employee) – Mena, AR – May 23, 2017
I would recommend working at Nidec, because you have benefits and potential for advancement. The workers at Nidec are very friendly. The management at Nidec are generally concerned with all their employees.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Paragould, AR – March 5, 2017
DON'T ever work for this company. All they do is lie to you. The pay is awful. They bring in Mexicans for you to train and tell you the last minute they are moving the company to Mexico. I was so proud to get out of this place.
A complete and utter waste of a manufacturing facility
New Britain operator (Current Employee) – Paragould, AR – January 24, 2017
A complete waste of time. It's a retirement home for Emerson electric employees . No experience equals no job. If you are a new employee you are treated as a piece of rubbish. Old cantankerous people . Nobody cares if you're doing well or learning the job. All and all I wouldn't wish my worst enemy to work there. I have had a better work experience in the middle of a war zone. 7 days a week with no days off
Supply Chain Analyst Intern (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 9, 2017
At Nidec I had the privilege to work with a number of very talented people in engineering and procurement, from whom I learned a great deal about what it takes to bring a product to life. During a typical day I would talk to engineers, join in meetings, talking vendors while working on other tasks that require a fast paced mindset. Most of the co-workers are helpful and try to give you tips on how to approach a task. The hardest part of my job was getting a hold of an engineer or a coworker. Management can use some more fine tuning but overall they keep moving forward. I enjoyed coming everyday at work and being part of a great team which still makes waves.