Packer (Former Employee) – Greensboro, NC – May 4, 2018
Contributed to development of new processes that reduced shipping time by two days and resulted in improved customer satisfaction. Handled shipping of high-value items with zero instances of damaged goods.
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Bartow Florida – January 18, 2018
Corsicana Bedding is a very fast-paced job making mattresses on a production line they have good benefits and supervisors are are fairly good and friendly pay is not very well considering volume of materials that go through there it is a great place to work if you need a job
Sewing crew member (Former Employee) – Winlock, WA – January 11, 2018
I did not enjoy working here at all. Management was horrible and so were the working conditions. An example was when a group of employee ladies were all divided with a tarp just so that they wouldn't be able to communicate at all and supposedly for the final purpose of getting the max work from them.
General Laborer (Former Employee) – Glendale, AZ – October 24, 2017
I would recommend this place to anyone that is in need of a job. I had fun joking with the guys and I made friends quick with working hard. The supervisors from day shift wanted me to switch shifts and work for them.
Make as much hrs as you're allowed and look for work elsewhere.
It wasn't a good place to work, Unfair treatment towards nightshift, by the means of lowering the workload of day shift to "cut costs" in front of the boss doubling the night shifts. for example if there were 2,000 units to be crafted night shift would produce 1,500 of them and get reprimanded for the costs of the workers.
Foam Fabricator (Former Employee) – Montgomery, IL – March 21, 2017
A typical day is starting at 6 a.m. and finishing the job till 9 p.m. I start off by heating the glue up and putting beds together. The management there is very poor. The hardest part of the day is not having the right equipment and or it is broken. The most enjoyable part of the day is when I punch out.
I am a strong leader and hard worker , it bothers me to work against myself and or others. When a company fails to make the proper changes and it results in unnecessary workloads and conflicts, it becomes the last place an individual wants to be employed.
Plant Manager (Former Employee) – Gainesville, GA – March 7, 2016
It was challenging operating a pilot recycling facility for Corsicana Bedding. I started out as a bedding manufacturing purchaser. Corsicana offered me a position to manage there newly instituted recycling facility. I became somewhat bilingual with challenge. I was responsible for over 30 employees. A very diverse group indeed.Management was highly supportive and involved. I continue a lifelong friendship with my executive level manager. The experience gained in recyclable sales and goods was otherwise unattainable as, recycling is in its own realm.
I pull collection calls for my areas in the morning and I must have all of my Florida calls made before lunch. When I get back from lunch I finish up Washington and Arizona. All during the day I take phone calls and emails from customers using my problem solving skills to help them to make their payments or fix problems on their account. I also take calls and emails from Sales reps and help them to problem solve for their customers. I fax and emails needed information to customers and sales reps.
I love the people I work with, we have a good time most of the time, and I love taking care of my customers and fixing problems that make them happy.
Too much of a work load on one person is expected, job security, and pay increases