Mold Serviceman (Former Employee) – Texarkana, AR – June 26, 2018
Worked in Mold shop in Texarkana Ar. Great Group of guys to work with. Long hrs and hot but great benefits. Retired enjoyed working there. Bosses were good the Union was every helpfull. Only problem a lot of lazy employees, play on cell all day.
Tire sor (Former Employee) – Tupelo, MS – July 18, 2018
Sorted tires all day in a hot building. They smoke in the building as if its a outside job better management could be tooken place there. People walk out same day they get hired I seen about six people get hired the same day and four walk out.
Loader/Unloader (Former Employee) – Findlay, OH – July 12, 2018
They pay you by weight so if you a lazy person ypu aint making nothin. Must be in physical shape and strong willed im not even joking. You load a 52´ foot trailers by hand and some of those tires are at least 50+lbs. Reaching up to a80lbs some are like 5lbs. End of the night depending on you you can throw 120,000 lbs+ makeing $200+ a day. Must be able to thow 75,000 a day or you will get the boot
Money is their. Work at your own pace. Dress how ever you like or look how ever you like
working together and talking, laughing about the old times
tire builder , mill man , tractor driver , (Former Employee) – Findlay, OH – July 12, 2018
enjoyed working with a lot of hard working guys. had a lot of laughs just trying to get through the day. we had a lot of pride in our craftsmanship building tires, the same tires our families used on their cars and trucks. old school management understood the hard work and the sweat , blood of the hard workers , and had some empathy for them. younger management doesn't understand that and only think about production , bonuses. hardest part of piece rate was to produce a lot of parts and still keep quality in them.
alot of good people to work with
automation slowly taking jobs away and losing hands on quality
Automotive Technician (Former Employee) – Muncie, IN – June 4, 2018
Business is often slow which leads to the reduction of hours. Typical workday consisted of various vehicle maintenance issues including oil changes, tires, fuel pumps, power steering pumps, etc. Very honest owner when it comes to dealing with customers.
Both the employees and the customers that come in they are very respectful. Very good communication with the workplace. When the employees want something done they send the email asking and they're very patient about it
Repair Tire Technician (Former Employee) – Albany, GA – May 12, 2018
A typical day at work was long hours and sometimes hard work. I learned how to repair tires. Management was very supportive. Workplace culture was very positive. The hardest part of the job was working 12 hours on night shift. The most enjoyable part of the job were the benefits.