Creeler-Operator (Former Employee) – Dalton, GA – February 9, 2016
Shaw Industries seems to get the picture about truly caring for its employees well enough to offer many benefits as well as consistently rewarding its employees who put in dedication to their work and safety.
Shaw Industries is a well known company all across the south
"RTI CLERK" (Former Employee) – Shaw Industries South Ind Blvd Calhoun GA – November 10, 2015
The are many chances for advancements @ Shaw. For example when I had began @ Shaw i started out creeling, then moved to Tufting machine operator, then to RTI clerk. If you are willing to learn & advance it is possible. I left Shaw because i moved overseas to work.
Level I Associate (Former Employee) – Cartersville, GA – November 5, 2015
I loved working for Shaw but I worked 2nd shift and I wasn't able to see my family. A LOT OF OVERTIME. It was easy to advance your skills but if you wanted to change departments then you had to start all over again.
warehouse (Former Employee) – Alabama – November 4, 2015
The day drivers were nice people but the night shift supervisor was a nightmare to work for. If he didn't like you, which he has his favorites, he would find a way to get rid of you. Everything you did was wrong and your day depended on what mood he was in. He was in with the operations manager whom seemed to side with him over his other employees. Beware!
Twister Operator (Current Employee) – Andalusia, AL – October 10, 2015
The hardest part had to be the hours. Work sometimes ran into 18-20 hour shifts leaving little time for family and friends. Working in the Marine Corps taught me the meaning of hard work and discipline. There was always new people ready to learn and work. That had to be the most enjoyable part.
Accounting (Current Employee) – Thomson, GA – September 17, 2015
Shaw is an interesting company to work for. They are excellent in promoting learning and training for their employees. Most jobs here are hard laboring; however, Shaw tries their best to improve their ergonomics to be a more comfortable workplace.
Mfg. QA Business Analyst I/Specialist (Current Employee) – Dalton, GA – September 4, 2015
I don't have any complaints about working at Shaw Industries. Advancement opportunities and education opportunities to move up are always available. My manager and director have been really good in coaching me about my future work goals and helping me in that direction. One thing I have to give major Kudos for is the work/life balance at Shaw. When needed, I can take personal time off for doctors, care of my kids, home repairs or whatever is needed without the worry of needing to use a vacation day.
Tufting Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Cartersville, GA – August 27, 2015
Management is nice, you have the opportunity to grow with the company, i learned how to supervise,and quality control. The most enjoyable part of this job was being able to have 2 creeling teams racing to see which team would win.
Exceptional envviornment and great place to learn and grow
Commercial Customer Specialist (Current Employee) – Cartersville, GA – August 17, 2015
My typical day at work consist of me answering phone calls from Sale Reps from all over the world. Meeting deadline and making sure that I deliver efficiently to my customers. Driving sales and being aware of my overall etiquette, Minting my call rating and being available for additional assistance