Material Handler (Former Employee) – Warren, AR – June 24, 2018
I honestly feel like if you not from warren or grew up with the manager its not a job for you. There they toke away the union so all da supervisor is family. So therefore they whole family work there n they would make it easy on they family but hard on you and talk to you with no respect.
production company that manufactures hardwood flooring
Production Supervisor (Current Employee) – Warren, AR – January 19, 2018
A typical day at Armstrong consists of full scheduled direct reporting. Daily production goal of 50K ft. per 8 hour shift. Each shift is required to perform preventative maintenance. The culture at Armstrong is fast pace production built on team work.
Good management team, promotes equal input by team members. All opinions listened to. Management team members respect each members area of expertise.
Plant Quality Manager (Current Employee) – Warren, AR – February 2, 2017
Work location is managed by a team of diverse individual with their own expertise and knowledge. Team members are respected for what they know and all opinions are valued. Managers are capable of running their own departments and are not micro-managed. Production personnel are capable and willing to do what's needed to get the job done. The work life is built on cooperation and respect.
Cooperation, Strong corporate backing with little oversight, respect for each other is a key feature.
Older equipment, pace is streesful at times, climate conditions
Grader (Former Employee) – Warren, ar – November 9, 2016
They have there picks if you ever get on there "hate list" u can hang it up they make it hard on you. The supervisors can be heard in the break rooms during breaks talking about employees and spreading rumors or personal information about employees they don't like. It's just like high school all over again they need to show more of a supervisor role. Otherwise, it's great pay and great benefits. 401k makes you pay if u take out retirement after leaving. I worked here for two years. You only get a months training. If they see you can't figure out how to grade they fire you or ask to send you to another department. The lighting makes grading very difficult after gloss is applied to find defects quick enough.
General Laborer (Former Employee) – Warren, AR – June 24, 2016
One typical day at work i became friends with a lot of peoples.I learn a lot at work when my boss show me how to do it i look real close and watch how she do it without talking and i try it. So far all my manage was pretty cool and fun to be around i looked at them as a big brother or sisters.I get close with all my co-worker become friends and help each others though work when one need help.The hardest part of a job is when someone brings their problem to work.The most enjoyable part of work when it over and you can go home and be with your family.
Side Matcher Feeder, Nester, Material Handler (Former Employee) – Warren, AR – August 25, 2014
The work environment was great. There were various job titles that I had, and from a production standpoint it wasn't bad at all. The job involved understanding and taking the initiative to learn the work.
Sometimes didnt get any notice of if we had to work or not until the last minute