AGCO Corporation
Happiness rating is 60 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Martin H. Richenhagen
  • Founded
    1990
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $5B to $10B (USD)
  • Industry
    Manufacturing
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Benefits

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Rating overview

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Reviews

Manager in Hesston, KS
on September 24, 2021
Success dependent on people's knowledge and hard work not systems and support. Employees asked to do more and more without help and support. Corporate goals and mandates are not done with the employees in mind.
Processing Administrator II in Duluth, GA
on August 10, 2021
I have loved working for AGCO Corp. for the last 20 years. The only reason I am looking for a new job is I moved to South Carolina. They are very generous and flexible with PTO time, pay well, and truly value a family life/work balance.
CNC Machinist in Hesston, KS
on August 5, 2021
I liked many of my coworkers but the management was horrible. If you are on second shift, you will be forced to work many Saturdays and even if you have put in for vacation time a few weeks ahead of time, they can deny your request (they’ll decide on that about 3 days before the time you wanted off) depending on how “behind” they think production is. Another problem is that management doesn’t want to understand that “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it”- don’t let yourself get used to anything that is going well, they’ll find a way to ruin that.
Engineer in Minneapolis, MN
on July 30, 2021
Management is good depending on who you are under. Many people leave for more elsewhere. Is possible to get pigeon holed into a job. Really good work life balance.
Warehouse Lead in West Chicago, IL
on July 28, 2021
The people at the West Chicago location weren't the worst and there were bright spots but they insist on running the business with a vast majority of long term indefinite temp labor with minimal company hires. Promises of getting hired on were mostly a joke and they paid VERY poorly ($10-12 for fairly hard unloading and packing labor with minimal raises). Interesting place to learn a lot due to being an inbound packaging center combined with a crossdock and they have a massive number of SKU's of everything from bolts to engines, transmissions, etc. This facilities function used to be performed by a 3PL company about a decade ago and Agco decided they could do it inhouse. It was a disaster the first 1-2 years on multiple levels but eventually settled down. They ended up saving 5-7 million per year primarily by making 80% of employees long term "temps", even in fairly complex roles. The cost? Turnover is MASSIVE HERE (well above 100% for several years I was there) and quality is a joke. I mean the stuff goes out looking pretty mostly but half the employees are within their first 3 months at any given time and don't know the difference between an alternator and a turbocharger or what they do, etc.Agco's reputation took a big hit with dealers after opening this building and the QA team of 4 experienced company QA associates basically spent their day just playing whack a mole with the worst problems combined with some routine inspections. This results in ridiculous things happening like packing the turbo full of material so the rotor wouldn't spin in transit or an employee getting an order for 10 feet of tubing and cutting it into 10 1 ft. sections to fit into the box that was spec'ed wrong because they fired the packaging manager and decided the loosely train 3-4 people to choose from over 220 different boxes, wraps, rust preservation, bags, foam pack, crates etc. Anyways, it's not the worst place if you get hired on directly by the company for a supervisory, forklift, support, or other technical role (based mainly at their other facility in Batavia). Plenty of typical fortune 500 doublespeak from upper management in operations to deal with but average wages and benefits. But avoid getting sucked into the temp based warehouse grinder.I care about quality and farmers getting the right part, in perfect condition, on time. Despite being in a decent position with a lot of autonomy, I just couldn't spend more time there with the embarrassing lack of quality and the constant false promises of raises and getting hired on for the temps.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

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