Initially, my experience at Amarr was very positive. However, with frequent changes in management it was difficult to gain a sense of continuity. Just as you become accustomed to how a manager likes to run the department, he/she would be replaced and the learning process would have to start again. Advancement seemed next to impossible and there was heavy turnover throughout the plant. I also ran into instances of management undermining my efforts to maintain production standards and personal responsibility due to personal relationships between my work crew and my immediate supervisor.
Very fun place to work M-F 8-5 schedule weekends off
General Manager (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – March 11, 2019
Worked there 15 plus years only problem I had was that nobody from District Managers and higher would ever cover my region or my vacation time. I would always have 20 or more days of vacation time. Benefits are expensive and don't cover much. I would have retired from Amarr(Entrematic) but eventually got burned out.
Good pay, M-F schedule
Overworked, no regional support, beware of some customers they get you in trouble and management won't back you up.