Comstock Industries
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Comstock Industries Careers and Employment: Working at Comstock Industries

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  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
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Rating is calculated based on 6 reviews and is evolving.



Buyer in Office
on September 13, 2020
I enjoyed my time working at Comstock Industries and I am extremely thankful to have worked for an owner that is so dedicated to their business. Although business might have been jeopardized by the pandemic I am hopeful they will return to pre-COVID production levels in the near future. There are opportunities to learn in other departments although positional advancement might prove difficult within the company. The Plant Manager (Mike) is a great asset to the company. He is always willing to help you understand engineering terminology/blueprint reading and has a great depth of QC experience. The majority of the office staff are amicable and are willing to help when the workload gets busy. Every company has staff that are difficult to work for but you have to respect all management styles. That’s why they call it work I suppose although being the abrasive/intolerable member of senior management doesn’t typically motivate employees. Not asking to be friends with you but at least be open to others input, admit fault when you create it and attempt to actually maintain eye contact when someone is speaking to you. Standard medical benefits are offered although they are rather expensive. Not an indictment on the company but the medical industry on the whole. I voluntarily left the company for a better career opportunity and I highly recommend working for them.
CNC Lead Machinist in Meredith, NH
on September 22, 2021
Working at Comstock was a overall great experience. The management team was very helpful and knowledgeable, always willing to listen to issues and offer resolutions. The company was bought by a new owner from Connecticut and he was fully committed to improving the shop environment. Many improvements were made in the short amount of time I worked there.
Employee in Meredith, NH
on March 15, 2021
It's a sinking ship and it's going down fast. The place is a joke at best. I've never worked at a place that produces so much junk for parts and the people creating the junk have no pride in their work or take accountability for the junk they produce. Owner has no appreciation for any the workers at all. Typical liberal... miserable place to work.
Fab-Mechanic and Machine Operator in Meredith, NH
on August 14, 2017
good location good people good training but lack in pay and benefits minimum wage and not so great benefits some room for advancement not alot work life balance is good
Machine Operator in Meredith, NH
on September 29, 2016
The 4 ten hour days weren't bad, I did learn how to operate a Horizontal Milling Machine, and there was limited amount of training available if you fit into the clique. Management is not best and there is constant tension between production supervisor and cell leaders.The hardest part of the job is trying to stay on the good side of the production manager.

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