Don't trust management talks about great future in front of the comany and you personally
Compounding Chemist (Former Employee) – Spring Hope NC – May 24, 2015
The company was owned by Goodyear, and then sold to private equity. Management is oriented to make company as salable as possible, nobody is very much interested to invest in the future and R&D, if division is not making money up to the upper level of managers mark, heads are chopped off even if the reason is an antiquated equipment and products range inferior to competition. Be careful either you on the shop floor or in the lab. You can last long, you can be fired two months after hiring and all talks about need of you because there will be immense growth and your expertise is invaluable.
people on the floor and mid level management are desent.
Headquarters are stuffed people who are managers per se, not professionals in the particular industry. They see only financial metrics, but not how it is achieved. Living out of Goodyear technical inheritance
Ban bury Operator (Former Employee) – saint marys – March 21, 2015
I worked here for 2 months the work was easy I didn't mind working there. The people there where great they accepted me right away. I left a good stable job to come here and I was told how much work they were expecting in the near future, but I was miss informed evidently since I have been laid off more then I have worked there
Retail Order Analyst (Current Employee) – Mount Pleasant, IA – January 17, 2015
Veyance is a flexible company that allows their people the ability to enhance themselves without worrying about losing their job in the process. I moved around quite a bit by applying to internal posted jobs in the plant.
Roll Off Operator (Former Employee) – Porterdale, GA – November 24, 2014
The company has real bad management and they do not know how to treat people. a typical day at work for me was easy when it comes to my job but management made it a little harder. I enjoyed my job a lot never had a hard part of it and what I learned from it is too never let nobody put you in a postion where you cant defend yourself.
I worked at the Hogansville ,GA plant for about 2 1/2 yrs.at first it wasn't bad ,you have to deal with some strange work habits, but in all you learned to do what has to be done so that they can out the production. But if Marysville, OH. Management team would open their eyes a little bit, because they are shut ! They don't see what their so called Management team in Hogansville, GA . is really doing to get over on them they would really clean house! They replace the complete old team with a new group of so called specialists and guess what,the place is in state of disarray! It starts with the plant manager, next to all of his so called manager/ supervisors it just go from there. Their are a few good people at the plant but it will not be long before some is just going to have to step in and do something.
there is nothing !
very dangerous job, drama, backstabbing management
Coupling Associate (Current Employee) – Norfolk, NE – August 19, 2013
Rotating schedule of 12 hour shifts, both days and nights, weekdays and weekends. Typically perform one job duty for entire shift at this hose production plant. Poor communication between management and floor associates. Jobs not very physically demanding, although injury possibilities do linger throughout entire day.
four break periods, often friendly associates
monotonous work, issues due to poor communication everyday