working in doors, running several machines at one time
Shaver Operater (Former Employee) – Decorah, IA – February 8, 2016
Work day was 8 hours. I ran several machines at one time. I learned a lot from my coworkers. Some days it could be vary oily. Got to run CNC machines when there were parts to run on them. supervisors were easy to get along with
its real stressful for me at stanley black and decker
transporter (Current Employee) – Concord, NC – May 31, 2015
Its a busywork environment for me because I can usually catch on to a job quick so me lead uses me on multiple job tasks. Over the years I've learned that most companies don't care about the employees its all about what they can ship out to get money in.
a pay check
day by day work schedule and to many extended hours
Manager (Current Employee) – Towson, MD – April 16, 2015
Stanley Black and Decker has some of the best employees in the business. Most people are there because the believe in the products the company makes, and devote themselves to making them better. However, upper management need to change their current methods of squashing employee morale and diminishing the core brand values in order to make the company better in the long-run.
Great products, great people
Company focused on bottom line - not brand and products
Order Picker (Current Employee) – Fort Mill, SC – March 4, 2015
The company is real great place to work for. My typical day starts with knowing what number of production my coworkers and i have to hit before the end of the night. The management of the place is very good. All managers and leads make sure work is finished.
printer/packer (Former Employee) – Shelbyville, KY – February 18, 2015
printing or packing saw blades to be shipped to customers. I learned how to mix ink and use a printing machine and how to set it up. I also learned how to set up and run a packing machine. Management at black and decker was unlike any management I've ever worked for. Hardest part o the job was not having the product to do your job effectively. The most enjoyable part of the job was the people I worked with.
Material Handler/Assembler (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – November 21, 2014
The Production Supervisor( Brendon Campau) and the Team Leads (Benba Kaye and Robbie Scates) from the weekend shift are awesome to work for they motivate you to work hard because you can always bet that you will get some type of praise or recoginition. they make working there 12 hours in steel toe boots fun.
tool and die maker/ general machinist/ heat treat (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – November 7, 2014
fast pace manufactuing shop.numbers high priority. working 8 to 10 hours working from work orders and walk in jobs. building socket dies heat treating, building socket punches heat treating and grinding. repairing parts for maintenance. very good co-workers everyone got along well.
Service Coordinator (Current Employee) – Plymouth, MN – September 4, 2014
I wish I would of knew how this place is! Very micro managed! There are no time to use the restroom, eat or even breath! Make sure you know what you're getting into. This place has a very high turn over rate because of bad management.
- micro managed- very limited time- overwhelmed and over loaded work and with very little pay
Weekend Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fort Mill, SC – September 2, 2014
A typical day at Black and Decker was a high paced job that required you to be willing to put forth a one hundrend percent effort. I learned how to work on my own on a daily basis to manage and control the inventory going in to the turret truck isles The co-workers were part of your team who made the job go smooth. Nothing at Black and Decker was hard but getting the job done.
UPS Logistics and Operations Coordinator (Former Employee) – North Carolina – August 19, 2014
A typical work day would be to prep the stations, generally by making sure all equipment is safe, and the rest of the day would be maximizing time, work efficiently and effectively, to get the production out in quantity and also in good quality.