Regional Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – October 17, 2018
this company lacks solid leadership, this years Pres is holding back good managers and has fired some key employees the manufacturing is a joke quality and delivery are brutal with no signs of improvements
CNC Mill Set Up Operator (Former Employee) – Wheeling, IL – August 9, 2018
Workers that have been there more than ten years didn't have to do anything. Newer employees has to do most extra work. Not allowed to talk to management about safety issues, supposed to go to employee working unsafe which led to conflict between employees. Very poor management. Although had meetings on safety management did not care. Refused to fix things brought up years ago. Manager walked through liquid on floor and did not slip so was not considered an unsafe act. Even though there were 2 recent lost time accidents because of slipping on liquid on floor.
From my experience to many management positions filled that waste alot of company money
Manufacturing Technician (Current Employee) – Mount Juliet, TN – October 5, 2018
From my my interview & work acceptance-Im not satisfied on how this operation has been run. I was told coming in I'd be running CNC Vertical Machines. All DeStaco has done is filled me in vacant work holes to fill in.
Employee (Current Employee) – Mount Juliet, TN – July 1, 2018
This is a nice place to work! My team really feels like a team. We know about each other and our families. I don't know the people in the other departments as well, but that is to be expected. The management team is improving and getting better and better each day. You can feel the moral in the plant is really changing. It's a new plant that had some growing pains but it is overall, a great group of people working hard to get the job done.
Layout Inspector (Former Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – March 22, 2018
Co. moved , and was not expected, nice place to work when it was here in Michigan. We left with only 90 days notice, the Union were the only ones who knew. there were a lot of good people displaced. Its a shame
Manufacturing Team Member (Current Employee) – Mt. Juliet, TN – January 11, 2018
Really could be a better place if there weren't family ties, not all are treated equal, a lot of coworkers standing around on there cell phones, etc. Not a place where all are treated equal. Most ethnic backgrounds stand around & place the system
Global Materials Manager (Current Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – October 25, 2017
Many problems without many solutions. The organization struggles with extremely high turnover and a lack of talent at key positions. There is not a clear or consistent message or leadership to make the required changes.
Manufacturing Engineering, Programming Leader (Former Employee) – Mount Juliet, TN – March 27, 2017
Great products, started out as a great opportunity. Management did all they could to kill moral and made it difficult to meet production demands with decisions not to move equipment that was to be replaced prior to having the replacement machines ready.
Department was one of the best teams I have ever worked with.
New Business Development Manager North America (Former Employee) – Home office in OH – February 26, 2013
Effectively analyzed the market and developed a program and strategy to create a companywide EOAT program (End of Arm tooling) for the plastic injection industry. Oversaw 5 Regional Sales Manager for all EOA directions while handling P&L responsibility for the EOA program. Quickly developed a product offering and catalog that was introduced to RSM’s and their Channel Partners. Penetrated new OEM accounts on our value added services from concept to a completed tool we could do it all.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Mount Juliet, TN – March 12, 2017
Decent place to work if you don't have to deal with management!!! They know nothing from HR to the production management. They need experience on people skills as well as knowing more about the job in detail. Other than that it's a OK place.