Assembler (Former Employee) – Shippensburg, PA – August 3, 2013
A typical day at work was to greed everyone you saw in the morning.I learned that people can get the job done if they help one another.The management was excellent,every decision was well planned.We were more than just co-workers,we were friends.The hardest part for me was to assemble parts during the winter days,cold,snow on the parts, etc.The most enjoyable could be,the money earned after a hard day at work.
It was nice to get earned raises every six months.
Senior Supplier Manager (Former Employee) – Oshkosh, WI – July 18, 2017
This is a company that is good for new employees to the field of Purchasing. I would not recommend this place for skilled professionals. This is a good place to start. Teaches you expediting processes.
Messaging Analyst (Former Employee) – Appleton, WI – July 12, 2017
Great place to work with some excellent changes in the pipeline. Oshkosh has a multi-headed behemoth of a dragon on their hands with their legacy systems but are taking the necessary steps to slay this dragon.
Global Planning, Timing, and Inventory Manager (Current Employee) – Oshkosh, WI – June 26, 2017
Oshkosh Corp. provides me with a broad scope of responsibilities across four highly distinct business segments. Many new business development efforts ongoing consecutively which presents challenges that require flexibility and highly adaptive mindset.
Data entry (Former Employee) – Tulare, CA – June 13, 2017
all the employees there are very friendly and understanding. the make you feel like everyone is apart one big family. Also they tech many different things that you can use in other jobs once you leave there.
a typical day at work was not too bad. if we had shipment we would do it but most of the time we would just have duties that we had to do. the managers are very sweet. i think the hardest part of the job was the fact that during holidays the store looked a mess and we had to literally fix the whole store. overall working here was very fun.
Tubing and Trim Plumber (Former Employee) – Appleton, WI – May 1, 2017
A lot of forced overtime.There is no set schedule of pay or benefits. The newest hires have a dramatically different pay scale (advancement schedule) than people who were hired at least 5 years ago. Almost no vaction for the first 3 years.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Lehi, UT – April 16, 2017
The general manager there does absolutely nothing and is very rude and unhelpful to customers and employees. The environment without her around is usually very good, though. Everything is well organized. I loved all of my coworkers, they made it very fun.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Orrville, OH – April 7, 2017
They love to lie to their employees, Record breaking profits year after year but did away with Christmas bonus after making everyone think they were getting one. They also make you save your vacation days for shutdown week. The Orrville location upset so many people after announcing the companies shutdown that they have to install metal detectors and hire armed guards to deter angry employees. never seen anything like it. 600 people out of a job many of whom have worked there for years and bleed for that company. SICKENING. JLG = jokes lies and games
20 mins in bathroom every day = week paid vacation per year