Solid company; just disorganized & 60-84 hour work weeks
Machinist (Former Employee) – Madison, AL – October 27, 2015
Decent benefits, BC/BS insurance $25/pay period for single. Can't beat that. Could have more organization in process management instead of 'winging' it to get the job done. For production employees, mandatory 60-84 hour work weeks, 6-7 days a week is quote 'normal' for this place. Not good if you have a life outside of work. If you like overtime, and lots of it, this is the place for you. If not, keep looking.
Lunches provided occasionally, good health insurance & 401(k)
Long hours, 6-7 day work weeks, short breaks, lack of organization
Aircraft mechanic (Former Employee) – NAS jax – May 30, 2013
management was very hands off, all information from mgt was passed along through team leaders, who were a joke, they constantly threatened people with unpaid time off or termination, the company is CHEAP, for the first year you get zero sick leave and zero vacation, so if you get laid off before a year you get nothing, and they lay people off with no warning, they provide you with $3.00/hr for benefits and require you to buy vision and dental with it, and you can buy really poor health insurance with any left over, the health insurance is so bad you will have to pay the obamacare tax as if you were uncovered, they require safety shoes but only reimburse $25, don't even think about working 76 hrs/wk on concrete floors with $25 shoes, parking is just stupid, I walked a half mile everyday from parking to the hangar, generally a sorry company to work for, although the Native Alaskans are getting rich off of your labor, they put nothing back into the company for the employees, their whole attitude is if you don't like it, quit.
sheet metal mechanic (Former Employee) – NAS Jacksonville. – October 14, 2014
This company is a JOKE. the supervisor, and program manager have their hand in everything, its a my way or the highway mentality. they dont care about employees, only lining the pockets of the native alaskan tribe. They trust the day to day operations to team leads that want to threaten your employment every chance they get. management bullies is what they should be called. This company has no on site HR and it is evident given the number of wrongful termination lawsuits they have faced. the overtime is mandatory, they wont say that they say if it is available you are expected to be there. Forget family or any other obligation you may have it is all about their bottom line. The pay is the only plus to this company, but the rest of the area is catching up with their rates,
VP Finance (Current Employee) – Madison, AL – May 30, 2014
Tyonek Native Corporationis a very complex company with many capabilities. The company is run by a board of nine elected shareholders, the CEO and his management team. The environment is ever changing in order to meet the competitive markets of business.
painter (Former Employee) – Warner Robins Ga – January 9, 2015
You will never paint a airplane with this company. .you will be doing manual labor that civil service doesn't want to do. . No matter how good of a painter you may be if you are not civil service 99%of what they tell you is lies.. If they don't like you for whatever reason you are gone and they do not have to say way..
poor managment only 40hrs a week no overtime at all