Field Service Representative (Former Employee) – Georgia – February 2, 2018
The company overall is great. The management seems to care and the work is not back breaking at all. If you need some supplemental income with not that much stress then I would recommend this company. It does not pay much so if you have a large family i wouldnt recommend it as the only source of income.
Stressful, drive up to 2000 miles weekly while making at least 30 stops.
Field Service Representative (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – January 5, 2018
A lot of driving up to2000 miles weekly, a lot of monthly call cycles up to140. 3 weeks vacation, can’t take more than 1 at a time. Wouldn’t hold my job after on job back injury and 2 not my fault car accidents. You DO NOT get to come back after any short term disability payments after 12 years.
Order Processor 3 (Current Employee) – shafter,ca – January 2, 2018
As a quick advancement from a order puller to a forklift operator, with already having a licence from previous jobs. A fast pace job great employee environment and understanding managers. There is no more room for advancement after being a forklift operator. Feel the need to expand in a company that is willing to move me up in a company rather than have me driving circles day in and day out.
Material Handler/Forklift Driver (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – August 10, 2017
Working at the Hillman group has been such a wonderful experience. Ive worked in a couple of warehouses in my time of working and the Hillman group by far is the only company that treats you as family. There training staff is remarkable and very precise on how they train you. The management team is very understanding and flexible. Every job inside of the Hillman group is very simple and easy to understand/use.
National Project Manager (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – August 9, 2017
I gained valuable experience while at Hillman. The one drawback at the time was that as they were constantly acquiring companies, those employees were given opportunities not available to those that were already in the organization.
Packer/Stocker/Picker (Current Employee) – Shafter, CA – July 18, 2017
A typical day is preparing the orders to be shipped Making sure you have the correct product and nothing is missing. Work with different varieties of people Most enjoyable part of the job are the coworkers
Material Handler/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Hamilton, OH – July 15, 2017
long days and mildly physically challenging work, though simple and mindless. most people don't have time to talk to each other and the supervisors know how replaceable you are, they will let you get away with a lot but the second you do anything they don't like you'll be gone faster than you can even realize that you've offended them. just last as long as you can and try your hardest to find another job while you are employed there.
Territory Manager, New Jersey (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – June 23, 2017
The Hillman Group has a very 'family style' work environment. It is a very large company with a small feel. Management is Hillman is top notch, as well as upper management. Great benefits are offered, A lot of vacation time is given each year, and a company car. Hardest part of the job is dealing with down economies and markets and still trying to hit sales quotas. The most enjoyable part of the job is not having to report to an office each day. Your car is your daytime office.
Excellent management, paid time off, full benefits, company car.
Salary is mediocre at best. No advancement opportunity unless willing to relocate.
Receiving Supervisor (Former Employee) – Forest Park, OH – May 26, 2017
Management Level employees are compensated well, but shop floor employees did not make much and were worked long hours. The Management Team of Supervisors were not team players. Everyone was out for themselves which made it very hard to have a productive work day that ran smoothly
Assembler (Former Employee) – Parma, OH – May 22, 2017
Work was actually easy I like how we had a food truck come during break times so we wouldn't have to leave to get a snack on such a short break give us time to actually rest our legs before returning to standing. The hardest part was the heat and not enough fans to support every employee