Accounting Associate (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – December 17, 2015
Everyone worked together as a team. People were cross trained to do everyones jobs so at the end of the month everyone could help. The end of the month was crucial since it was extremely busy and lots of overtime.
Loved working for this company. The way the m.ade their products form start to finish was fascinating
INVENTORY CLERK (Former Employee) – Logan, UT – April 7, 2015
I was a team lead for day shift had a key to the warehouse which I enjoyed knowing everything that needed to be done, and having the oppurtunity to get things done. I put in alot of over time at this company but I enjoyed the job very much. I learned the processes from the begining to the end. From pulling parts needed for jobs, to recieving incoming materails, cycle counts keeping our numbers on track, to using the company trucks to deliver parts to different buildings the company owned. My boss was a great trainer taught me how to open jobs, check the issueings, to cycle counts, to closing jobs. The only downside to this job was that I felt I learned everything I needed to know. I left becuase I moved to Salt Lake City. I enjoyed working for this company very much, it was one of my favorite jobs.
Loved knowing how everything needed to be done start to finish.
Felt I learned everything I could learn in that department.
Sheet metal journeyman (Former Employee) – Saint George, UT – February 21, 2015
Since I have experience in the field of this type of work it was such a relief to be given jobs and not have a hovering boss. I was treated with respect by all the men in the shop. Laughing at breaks was a blast. The men asking for my input was a treat!
former employee (Former Employee) – yesco – December 1, 2014
Family owned company that produces high quality, amazing signage of all types. Signs are much more exciting than one would think and the detail to quality in their product is paramount. They love and care about their customers, as evidenced by the continued returning business.
Since this is a privately owned, non-corporate company, the workplace culture is not very strict or consistent. Some of the nicest people you will ever meet.
proud of product, benefits are great for large families, fun people, brilliant artists
benefits are pricey if you are single, inconsistent application of employee policies
Finance (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – October 17, 2014
Honestly, if you enjoy drama, being talked about behind your back, two faced people, and being targeted then apply here! There are areas of the company not like this but all I have seen here is negative. Watch out for the corporate controller. Also HR does you no good and one of them is the gossip queen and is pretty much corrupt.
The puppet (Former Employee) – USA – June 18, 2014
Beware of the drama and the lack of professionalism. Zero training! Made to feel worthless. Wants more than the job description asks for and NO ADVANCEMENT!! Beware of the one who thinks she is queen bee!!! She will tell you everyone's business within the first week and then talk about you when you aren't around!
Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – May 23, 2014
YESCO employees were such a close family. It was always sad when one was gone I dont think there were very many that would do anything for you. It was always a good morning have a great day. Most of the management is friendly and supportive.
Technician (Former Employee) – Logan, UT – March 18, 2014
You will be berated, belittled, and treated like a child. The company is destined for failure because the make their customers unwitting beta testers for new product, and treat their employees as expendable. Note how many reviews here are from "former" employees -
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Logan, UT – October 25, 2013
A typical day at work was fast paced and enjoyable. At Yesco we build the giant LED signs. Like the ones at Las Vegas.On my feet all day. Walking from one machine to another. I sealed the LED boards. So nothing gets inside. I was trained on most of the machines on the production floor. Co workers we awesome. Hardest part of the job was when worked slowed down. Working smart and fast makes the day go by faster and better. I learned MS Excel skills. How to multi-task while keeping numbers and quality a priority.
Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – April 15, 2013
Maintained construction/ signage projects from the time the project was sold to the time that the project was completed and closed out. All aspects of the project were maintained by the project coordinator including cost reports, time management, permitting, project setup and close out, customer contact, and so much more.
Solder Technician (Former Employee) – Logan, UT – February 18, 2013
Great place to work,people are friendly and helpful.Every day was a new challenge to improve on my soldiering skills.The hardest part for me was sitting . My coworkers seem to make the day go by faster..
Slow or fast depending on board production, machines break down all the time, lack of maintenance because few in numbers, irritated supervisors, misunderstanding people you work with, paid breaks, just another number, bad rumor wheel, management keeps changing, standards keep changing, nothing is consistent, quality and quantity always on a race. The most enjoyable part is some employees and so etching new to learn everyday, even if its another rule that doesn't follow logic. Who listens to us though? We are just workers. Take my advice and work for the experience, not the career.
paid breaks, interesting work, a lot to learn
bad management, hit and miss supervisors, does not support students completely, just another number, negative degrading environment, drama, can't trust anyone, not a lot of honesty, bad communication, not worth the money to be a lead