CoorsTek
Happiness rating is 62 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Jonathan Coors, Michael Coors, Timothy Coors
    69%
    approve of Jonathan Coors, Michael Coors, Timothy Coors's performance
  • Founded
    1910
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $500M to $1B (USD)
  • Industry
    Machinery Manufacturing
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Rating is calculated based on 352 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

CNC Machinist in Hillsboro, OR
on January 9, 2022
A button pushing job that pays pretty well. Thankfully my previous experience allowed me to learn by inference the fairly simple process of the parts I made, as the senior level 3 machinists are not interested in training in any way and are flat out hostile. I later found out that their dissatisfaction arises mainly from the wage compression that comes from staying in one position for 20+ years. Management will do nothing to correct their behavior. There are a few helpful and friendly employees, but overall the environment is hostile, gossipy and lacks any sense of teamwork whatsoever.
Lapping Operator in Golden, CO
on December 24, 2021
You just have to be on time to your work always pay attention to safety watch your surroundings. You have to be able to do your job that's the way it's supposed to be and while you're doing your forklift driving pay attention to your surrounding make sure you don't want to do a heavy load.
Production Operator II in Benton, AR
on December 7, 2021
They will tell you that they are hiring you as a production worker lll. After you have quit your job to be employed with them. They will say that they don't think you're ready for a production worker lll. So instead, we are bringing you in as a production worker ll. That's a cut pay from the pay that I have agreed to. This company cut my pay twice in the 5 months i was there and lied about everything. There are so much more i could say about this company. But i will leave it right there.
Production Operator II in Oak Ridge, TN
on November 19, 2021
Coworkers are friendly and helpful, training is generally in depth and management has realistic expectations of how quickly a new worker should pick up on their tasks. Hours are good. Overtime is expected but most departments have rotating schedules so you work one Saturday and are off the next. Most managers seem to care about the employees, most are generally available for questions, feedback, etc. If they don’t have an answer most are willing to admit they don’t know and will out as soon as possible and get back with you. Any job has some issues. Upper management sometimes makes some head-scratching decisions. There are some guidelines that aren’t equally applied across all employees. The pay is lower than competitive jobs in the area. But the benefits are great, the opportunity to learn new things and move up are there. Lots of looking to the future. The Plant Manager is hands on and available to employees as well, having monthly meetings that usually keep employees “in the know” about how the company is doing, what to expect in the future.
Production Operator II in Hillsboro, OR
on November 14, 2021
No real sense of what I really am doing besides button presses. Seem to be told never what I'm doing right but always know what I can improve on. Coworkers can be a bit snarky or rude, others can be friendly and inviting.

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