Cure Room Slave (Current Employee) – Ogden, UT – October 4, 2016
The job is not bad at all. Easy enough all around. The part that bugs me about this place is, You WONT advance easily, Hard work and dedication goes unnoticed, you're talked to like a child and the pay hardly covers any of my bills.
I love the people I work with. I hate the company I work for. We sell rims for 1k-5k each, just opened a new building and they refuse to pay the hardest working area more than 10 to start? A guy has been in the same area for two years, only making 11?
AMER/ENVE, one thing you should look into, is paying your employees right, so they'll actually stay. Taco trucks and BBQs only get you so far.
Good people, easy work
Management talks to you like you're stupid, pay sucks, No one listens to your ideas
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Ogden, UT – March 7, 2017
This is more of a review about Enve Composites than Amer Sports
The company has been behind for awhile now. They take basically anyone and just hope they stay. Most areas work 10+ hour days and lots of Saturdays. Pay ranges between $9.50-$16. Chances are unless you are here for 3+ year you'll never see more than $12. Raises are rare and promotions are even rarer. There has been a freeze since they moved to the new building on October 2016. They changed owners in early 2016 and little things have been changing since. Example: No more holiday bonuses. They do special events every so often and most employees are able to participate if their work load permits them to. They did Thanksgiving potluck, holiday breakfast and a taco truck on their 10 year anniversary. Most of the time if your area is doing some kind of group event chances are you'll only find out from word of mouth not by supervisors, this can include Saturday overtime. Overall if you are looking for something longer than a few weeks but less than a year I would say it's a good place to work for to get some experience in the composite industry.
(Best thing about the company is their awesome coffee/coco maker)
Territory Manager (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – August 19, 2016
As a territory manager your typical day would be to go out and visit with accounts throughout your territory. Answer phone calls and emails from your accounts, schools, teams, and co-workers. I have learned a lot more about business, especially a large global company. Everyone in the company is great and are willing to help you any way they can.
Casual work environment and lots of perks on equipment
Ecommerce Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Ogden, UT – October 2, 2015
I have worked at Amer Sports for 6 years. There is a great group of coworkers. The company is constantly in a state of restructuring. You get awesome deals on equipment. It is difficult to advance. Due to the matrix structure of the company, a lot of hard work goes unnoticed and unappreciated.