Technical Analyst II (Former Employee) – Montgomery, AL – September 20, 2017
I don't think Rheem is employee focused anymore. The vacation plan is a joke 10days until 7th year and unless you move to Atlanta there is no room for advancement. They recently went to a point system for customer support as if we were an entry level position or prisoners. It's a shame, honestly. However the management is very friendly and open to pretend to listen and care.
Assembler/ Group Coordinator (Former Employee) – Milledgeville, GA – July 26, 2017
They were constantly laying off, but when work was steady you could work as many hours as you liked. The pay was great. The working conditions were not so great. It was freezing in the winter and smoldering during the summer.
Line-Assembly Worker (Former Employee) – Milledgeville, GA – June 26, 2017
I worked at the end of the line which is carton-assembly. Labels where put on then the carton was assembled and inserts on top. Corners where folded and it was lined up for the bander. It was easier when the big AC units where coming down the line because they were further apart. It was harder when the smaller units came down the line because there were more of them and they were closer together. The most enjoyable part was making friends with the team on the line. The pay was not so bad either.
Electronic Technician (Former Employee) – Fort Smith, AR – May 8, 2017
Very hot in the summer cold in the winter in plant. High stress situations did occur but not very often. decent managers with great coworkers. 5-6 days a week work schedule. only reason i left was because of better pay and i feared that the plant was shutting down, but it appears to be doing well now.
RN Case Manager (Former Employee) – Ft. Smith, AR – March 23, 2017
Rheem was a wonderful place to gain nursing experience. I was responsible for all the patient accidents and ran an in-office clinic for the employee. Rheem was very professional and I was kept up-to-date on all functions of my job.
Many different job duties
The only medical staff person on duty for a few hours each day
Group Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fort Smith, AR – September 27, 2016
Good job, Had lots of fun with coworkers. Paid really well. But it was a very hot plant. The supervisor's did not care about the employee's. Never new when you were going to get layed off. Supervisor,s would yell and cuss at us group coodinator's. I was glad we moved and i got out of that plant. Did learn a lot about air conditioning. Learned how to wire an air conditioner. Even fix my home air conditioner.
Assemly Worker (Former Employee) – Milledgeville, GA – September 16, 2016
My work day started at 6.00 am to 2.30pm. I assembly parts for the air conditioner units. I worked well with my supervisor. In the summertime we had to work on Saturday because of the demand for air conditioner units. Worked well the the co-workers. The hardest part of the job was working in the heat.
Parts Coordinator (Current Employee) – Fort Smith, AR – June 28, 2016
The work is hard, their is no balance of the work load. Management is inconsistent and rocky. The work environment is challenging. The hardest part of the job is dealing with the inefficient workflow. The most enjoyable part of the job is the co-workers.
People there were fun to be around and enjoyed working with them
A maintenance man (Former Employee) – Fort Smith, AR – May 7, 2016
The people I worked with were great and I enjoyed being around them.The work was sometimes hard but going through there maintenance program,I learned a lot.Management moved around a lot which made it confusing some times.The hardest part of the job ,was working on large machines.The most enjoyable part of the job was learning new things.