Assembler (Former Employee) – Duncan, SC – February 23, 2018
This was a great place to work at but the hours were long and alot of the time we had to pick up from night shifts slack and stay over alot, not a big deal but when its almost 12 hours a day sometimes 6 days a week it becomes tiring. But overall great place to work.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Duncan, SC – February 7, 2018
Its a nightmare to work there. They treat you like a robat. No mersy. On the orientation they tel so much sweet lies dont belive them I ran away fom there and never want to come back. Horrible horrible place to work.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Duncan, SC – December 26, 2017
When I started at Draexlmaier some 7 plus years ago it was a great place to work, they cared about employees and showed respect and appreciation. That has all changed! If you want to be worked like a dog treated like dirt and work 7 12 hr shifts in a row, come to Draexlmaier where there is always openings because no one stays. Management is a joke, they have no clue of what it takes to keep an employee, earn respect or do their part of the job. People should earn their jobs and move up because of what they know not who they know. There are still some good people there but even the long term people are leaving.
Team Leader/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Duncan, SC – August 25, 2017
Good company to work for. We scheduled the meeting goals for shipments every two hours to BMW in some commodities. I participated in training and team building classes to improve moral and overall improvements of our plant. Management was fair and mostly consistent in their decision making.Some days were stressful but goals were set and we meet them outside of downtime from lack of parts or machinery being down. Good benefits and fair pay. Some areas required long hours and could be very stressful due to things out of associates control. I enjoyed working for this company and having the opportunity to advance. the overturn of employees was very high which caused more training and downtime.
room for education advancement big plus in my eyes to learn more jobs to be a big assess to the copy Great management team. The hardest part of is pleasing everybody.Which is not all was possible being able to grow and know whom I work for as for as management.
IT Infrastructure Advisor (Current Employee) – Duncan, SC – August 7, 2017
It is a good place to start off in the IT field. The pay is OK for starters but as you advance they don't pay for what you do. It does not pay to go above and beyond because they feel you are replaceable. The co workers are great and the immediate supervisor is outsanding.
One of the worst automotive companies in the upstate of South Carolina
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Duncan, SC – May 5, 2017
The plant management team is horrible, they only care about those in their clique and promote within the clique. The logistics department is really horrible as both the warehouse operations manager and the logistics manager should not even be managers at all. They down grade their employees and only talk about firing people. They are trying to cut heads without letting the community know they are doing a lay off. The employees rule the roost and supervisors are left to fend for themselves. Management is running everybody off and no one wants to cares.
Draexlmaier is an incredible place to grow as a professional: it is fast-paced, demanding, and challenging in every way for an Industrial Engineer but at the same time is rewarding. The function of IE is expansive, and as such, much is required of the IE to succeed in order to hold to the true mantra of the profession, that of continuous improvement.
If you want to be a cotton candy handler at a circus this is the place to be. I worked at this clown factory for going on 4 years and it went thru 2 plant managers while I was there they bring in temps and work them to death like 7 12 hour days for awhile then lay them off and bring in more all with the promise of hiring you.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Duncan, SC – February 19, 2016
i would arrive at work, clock in, and we would have a team start up meeting. After the meeting we would get straight to work. I learned how to build BMW car center consoles. My team was a awesome, hard working team, but the team leaders were a JOKE!!! Never wanting to jump in an help but always complained, an told on us for being behind. The hardest part of my job was working 3rd shift, but i definitely enjoyed the crew i worked with, and how much money i made. The job was even EASY.