Always good on us about safety they cared alot abiut their employees loved working for them
Expeditor (Current Employee) – New Boston, TX – May 22, 2017
We always did our best to stay cheerful everyday We would start our day checking our lines for low or out of stock and get them ready for the day. Check with line supervisors for part problrms if t here wa s get them handled quickly. We received and open parts through out the day
Diesel Technician/Mechanic (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – April 11, 2017
The company offers good benefits such as 401k matching and liveable wages but the management could use some additional training. The management under sales themselves to customers in order to acquire their business but does not give the technicians the resources to obtain the goal in the quoted amount of time.
Office Coordinator (Current Employee) – Elkhart, IN – April 5, 2017
I enjoy my job and my supervisors very much. Unfortunately, this is a temporary contract and it ends in Oct. I would stay on if they could get another contract and would consider relocating to stay with them.
Planner/Scheduler (Former Employee) – Texarkana, TX – December 28, 2016
had great people to work with, became like family, upper management was looking out for us, hardest part was as a contractor our jobs were always up for renewal and was a waiting game to see if we got the contract again. most of the co-workers were team players and always willing to help. The company gave attendance and safety monetary awards to motivate you to be at work and on time.
Field Service Supervisor (Former Employee) – Brunswick, OH – November 28, 2016
The majority of my day and everyday was sitting at a desk performing data entry into their outdated ERP system. Very time consuming and prevented me from handling more important tasks. Company is unwilling to implement any new ideas or improvements. Management does not listen to their employees. Company has been losing millions of dollars for many years due to poor management. Because of this, it was recently purchased by One Equity Partners. Hopefully they'll turn this company around and make it a great company to work for.
Lead Expeditor/Supply Analyst (Current Employee) – New Boston, TX – May 27, 2015
I started with Williams 9 and a half years ago. I helped open the building and start the program. I worked my way up from ground zero and at the end of the day they dismissed me without a second thought on policy and what is actually right by your employees.
Administrative Assistant/Accounts Payable (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 5, 2013
Typical Day: Answering phones and handling any issues involving AP or transfer calls to appropriate personnel. Opening and distributing mail. Reconciling Parts & Service Dept.'s previous days money - checks, cash, and credit cards. Reconciling cash box. Coding and processing vendor invoices for payment via Docuware system. Depositing checks and cash into the bank. Monitoring and ordering office supplies as needed.
What I Learned: I learned more about the AP field. Before this position, I dabbled in AP & AR here and there; but with this position I learned how AP works from beginning to end and it was challenging & rewarding.
Management: The branch manager was my direct supervisor, he was the best supervisor I'd ever worked for. He was easy going, honest, & fair.
Co-workers: Enjoyed working with my co-workers, especially the guys in parts and service area. Great people.
Hardest Part of the Job: Learning to adjust to lots of interruptions while reconciling money.
Most Enjoyable Part of the job: Working with my co-workers, and working with vendors via person, phone, or e-mail.