Texas Hydraulics is a good company becoming a great company. There are opportunities to make an impact for good. The people and the culture fit well together, they are mature in their thinking and process development.
Machinist (Former Employee) – Temple, TX – December 10, 2015
A typical work day there was educational. Learned something new everyday , like how to read a write programs , and how to read blueprints , mics and gauges . Management there was great. Co - workers was friendly and helped if you had problems or questions. The hardest part about the job was the hours. The hours i worked was 4:30 pm until 3:00 am. The most enjoyable part of the jobs was it never got old or boring. There was always something different to learn.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Temple, TX – August 29, 2016
They are a company that has built up over the years. Strong benefits. Payroll is accurate. Family oriented. Offered necessary overtime when needed. Learned a multitude of things due to the different jobs held.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Temple, TX – June 7, 2016
They cause you injury and then lie in court. I find that dishonest and unethical. They put out many unsatisfactory parts, I know this because I was told it was good enough. They cheat you out of rewards you earned, and cheat you on bonuses. Very poor work environment.
Provide remote day to day firewall/VPN support for over 11 customer environments, which spans across multiple firewall platforms, including Cisco PIX/ASA, Juniper Netscreen, and Checkpoint, AWS, and Cisco Wireless Network technical support.
Lead Machinist Line 8 HAAS (Former Employee) – Temple, TX – August 29, 2015
THI is hot, the pay is horrendous, the supervisors are untrained and inadequate to do their jobs. They are very big on the "good ole boy" system. The company provided insurance is a joke and very expensive. They allow below standard and horrible quality products out the door, "throw some paint on it and no one will ever know" is a big motto up there.
Parts Specialist/ Machinist (Former Employee) – Temple, TX – October 22, 2012
Working 2nd shift at Texas Hydraulics was a great expererience. I learned a lot about my trade and was given an opportunity for advancement, which I gladly accepted. I would like to return there in the future if I have an opportunity.
typical day includes finding material for scheduled jobs setup machin get part check current management is forcing people to work overtime when we aren't behind in production coworkers are fun maintaing high production when the production required is incorrect enhancing programs to run more efficient
Job Duties included begin in charge of 4 or more employees underneath me. Handling all Customer Complaints, In charge of the opening and closing of daily operations to included locking and unlocking everything making sure boats batting cages and go carts all worked properly. Refueling when carts got low. Taking collateral and issuing out helmets and bats. Enforcing safety procedures, fixing flat tires and some small engine repair. Custodial work as in cleaning bathroom and office. Some cash handling skills.