Good job. Good people. Good management. Only problem is 6 days a week May through November. But you're compensated for it fairly. Decent trucks. Only left because I was bad with my money and had to get a new job during slow season. Would go back.
Endless career opportunities for driven individuals
Manager (Current Employee) – Minnesota – December 6, 2017
Cemstone is a progressive company that continues to shape and change the industry. No two days are the same as the 90 year old company continues to evolve to remain relevant and on the forefront of cutting edge technology. It is rare to find such invested and accessible owners today. The family is compassionate towards employees, customers and vendors.
Manager (Current Employee) – Minnesota – September 18, 2017
This company is literally back in the stone age.The management/ family are lacking in skills to successfully run the business. They are wealthy very fortunate individuals that use their influence negativelely toward employees.
Most Toxic working environment I have ever been apart of, management has zero clue how to manage. Hours are scarce, refused to pay for DOT examination, equipment is trash, the only good portion of this job is the union plants. Everything is utter garbage, run as far as you can from here.
This is a wonderful family owed company that the owners are very involved in. It is mostly a wonderful place to work. It is a very busy industry that prides itself on service and relationships, however, there are a lot of personalities and it can sometimes be difficult to discuss your point of view or ways you think things can improve.
Shop Lead / Fleet Truck Mechanic (Former Employee) – Cannon Falls, MN – March 13, 2013
No two days are the same i had many different job titles and responsibillities so every day was a new challenge, i learned how to manage other workers and how to run the plant, batching concrete,repair fleet redi mix trucks. i liked and worked well with all my coworkers. the hardest part of the job was when redi mix trucks got stuck in the mud and run tow truck to get them unstuck.the most enjoyable part was i never batched a loag of concrete that was rejected
Quality Control Technician (Former Employee) – Minneapolis-Saint Paul, MN – June 6, 2012
There was no typical work day. Each day was possibly at a new plant with different people. My co-workers were generally not nice people. They would often use me as a scape-goat and berate me for their own issues. Overall, it was not a friendly environment.