Custom Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Medina, NY – May 7, 2018
Wanted to stay had a small downsize in low volume area. Good place to work, hard but once you catch on easy to run the line.
Certain Managers could not run the lines which became very easy after quick training. The training factor for direct hires had to be looked at so they knew how to run machines better, in a fair amount of time. Overall a good place to work.
Small business owner (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – January 16, 2018
fun working,always learning,great people to meet,learned the ins and outs of the business,always something new,good people to work with willing to learn what was told,always breaks,sometimes free lunches.
Riveter (Current Employee) – Medina, NY – April 18, 2017
Everybody deserves to be able to have the opportunity to be a hard working citizen and productive member of society, and also should have equal opportunity for doors to open up for them after they have worked so hard for a company. Not everyone deserves any position but those who do should always be given a chance
Quality Assurance Analyst (Current Employee) – Medina, NY – March 15, 2017
Pay is ok for the area. But it is a facility where you get really dirty and greasy. They do have quite a few bonus programs that most places don't offer such as perfect attendance bonuses and perfect attendence luncheons. Just as with every company there are many pros and cons.
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Medina, NY – December 29, 2016
Normal routine of a day would consist of grabbing a raw piece of forged Steel from either 3/4 lines and placing them on a cooling rack. once cool I would then wire brush off all flakes off and then bring into cage to check the measurements and then down to the lab to clarify that the part is in spec. This process is repeated Hourly except for taking to the lab which is only when you first start the shift and if there is a part change
Developer (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – January 3, 2016
You will be forbidden to use LAMP development due to the small-mindedness of the CIO. There is zero flexibility, and your ideas for better solutions and/or process may be politely 'considered' and then shot down.
Exciting workplace filled with fun challenges and great mentors
Media Intern (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh – September 11, 2015
The idea we hold of advertisement agencies are rather intimidating and unfortunately, not as romantic as the critically acclaimed show Mad Men, but Brunner shatters this mold. They make you think, help you learn, and let you grow through teamwork and great opportunity.
Great mentors, very respectful of work/life balance, excellent opportunity to learn
forgeing dept (Former Employee) – Medina, NY – October 22, 2014
brunners was a very good exprience for me coming in and being a part of a team that would work together cutting and shaping heavy duty transmission parts .while at brunners i learned to operate heavy duty machinery ,inspect and troubleshooting,i had understanding and communicative co-workers,the hardest part of the job was dealing with the heat from the steel although the most enjoying part was knowing how to be persistent while working.
New Business Intern (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – June 13, 2012
It was a great place to work. I learned a lot since coming out of college. My manager was very nice to me and always gave me feedback on my work. I loved how friendly it was and how there was a happy hour every week.