If you are willing to work hard you will have advancement oportunities. Growing in all aspects of the company. Willing to work with you. Communication is great from the top down with excellent plans to keep the sustainable growth.
Pratt employee (Current Employee) – Lathrop, CA – February 25, 2018
Despite what a former employee said about Pratt in a previous review for the Lathrop, Ca location, I can tell you that the training is both superior and educational. All trainers are very attentive and professional. Only those who couldnt follow or listen to simple instructions would have a hard time. Pratt is a great company to work for and they care about their employees. So please do apply!! I for one, am very happy to be employed by them!!
Great company, good benefits, awesome people and great pay!!
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Lathrop, CA – February 18, 2018
Do not apply for any position with this company. Horrible trainers and alot of favoritism. Its who know with this company.. The trainers are very rude and unprofessional. I have never worked for a company that allows management to use profanity on a daily basis especially during training.
. my review of Pratt Pratt is a nice company to work for benefits wise were kept it wise and they're willing to train you on any level and everybody that works there get along we have family events because we all are family paid holidays and vacation
Clamp Truck Operator (Former Employee) – Valparaiso, IN – February 11, 2018
Pratt is a great company i just was there so long wanted a change an every where u go theres always a few bad apples in a company as big as pratt. But to the next person benifits may be great salary may be great. Overall to some one in need of a job.. i would totalky refer to pratt industries as a good place to start.
very repetitive work long hours very very cold in winter and insanely hot in summer
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Macungie, PA – February 7, 2018
shippin manager takes all credit for everyone eles good work long dry days co workers are old and cranky they take your breaks away you have to ask permission to do everything feels like your in highschool all over again
CDL Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – February 1, 2018
Not experience with pulling double 53 foot trailers don’t plan on getting any training. Trailers that are barely passing DOT inspections. No respect from management. If management is speaking it’s all lies. Someone is always out to get you. Not much of a safety department. Safety doesn’t know the DOT regulations except for maybe Logs. The company doesn’t care about you or your family. The management is completely under qualified for their positions. The dispatchers can care less about the drivers ( plays on Facebook all day ),every department is over-worked. Working days a week. The pay is extremely low
Clerk (Former Employee) – Springfield, OH – January 30, 2018
Pratt Industries old computer system designed in the 80's then transfers everything into SAP and expects Accounting to know everything about each invoice that was billed to the customer.. I do not know anything about the contract to ship products. Company lacks procedures and policies. They only care about getting paid and their bottom line.. Workers in the plant do not get a lunch hour. They get 2 fifteen minute breaks and sometimes work 12 hour days, 7 days a week. Place is not a good environment at all. Management sits in office all day gossiping.. It's a good ole boy network for sure.
Material Handler/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Hebron, KY – January 29, 2018
The review given for Hebron KY was spot on. Never notified of overtime until 15 minutes prior to leaving. Management sucks. They claim to listen but nothing is ever done. They will show favoritism when clients come to see the plant. PPE is only worn by the workers by the office and if they aren't wearing the PPE, they will be harassed and threatened until it's worn. Definitely don't want to make this a permanent job. Was here 2 1/2 years and hated every minute of it.
Pratt is the largest privately owned corrugated company in the US. Our leadership is committed to growth and sustainability. The main shortcoming is plant level, hourly and mid-management, salaries could be better.