You can advance if you are willing and no skills needed to climb the ladder. Free shirts and employees get free food all the time and a side walk to exercise on and a cafeteria on site and a nurse on site and they have everything for any kind of illness so you don't have to leave work which was awesome. 3 breaks throughout the day and easy work . They have a annual employee pick nick and your whole family can go and it's on the same property you work at and they give out free gifts plus 100 drawing for television and gas cards and they have bingo and bull rides and wall climbing events and free fair rides and too many stuff to mention and very good pay .
Free food, shirts, cheap health insurance, good job overall
I was told I'd be paid $100 a week to aide in a summer art class with one other high school student per group for ten weeks. I did not receive a break, I was the only high school student assigned to my group and I was paid $80 a week instead of $100. I only worked for four in a half weeks before being told I, as well as the other interns would only work for 5 weeks rather than ten.
Shipping and Receiving Clerk (Current Employee) – Sidney, OH – March 1, 2019
Day consist of using computer and their programs to look up your orders and when they need to go out. I pull the orders and load for shipment. Afterwards this shipment needs to be logged in and explained in the system. When I have any spare time I designed a system to be able to locate and inventory my parts for better management of our parts and shipping out.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – February 28, 2019
Really great management team that cares for their employees, and does a lot to show their appreciation. Facility is not understaffed but does keep a lean staff. Which allows people do be involved in multiple roles and projects.
Designer - Drafter (Former Employee) – Marshalltown, IA – February 28, 2019
Too many clicks too much politics. Middle management plays games and has their favorites, and most of the time has no idea what the department really doe. If your up line doesn't know your job then how are they to mange a team and the projects at hand?
MACHINIST SET UP OPERATOR (Current Employee) – Aiken, SC – February 27, 2019
Good Benefits ando 401k. They help you to keep going up. You don’t stay on the same every time. Great people and nice co workers. Just the management they need to change some process and the form of working.
Material Systems Analyst (Current Employee) – Racine, WI – February 26, 2019
First, I worked at a division within Emerson. It was a great place for me to get started. They gave me the opportunity to make decisions on my own and let me face the consequences of those decisions. I learned a myriad of things from how to manage my time, how to deal with different customers and employees, and how to deal with inter department push back, and much more.
Management was not always on top of what was actually going on. Often there would be a new policy passed down with little thought to the outcome and benefits of this. For example, say they wanted all suppliers on a pull system, but some suppliers are operating very well not on pull and placing them on pull would have greatly increased inventory and costs, even though there was no initial issue with this supplier. It would not matter, because management said so, you need to get said item on pull.
The workplace culture was a little outdated, it had a very old school vibe which led to many young people opting to leave after not too long. However, this did not bother me much, I mostly just do my job and do not worry too much about things like that.
The hardest part of the job was easily getting all departments on board with something. There was so much coordinating that needed to be handled across departments for every little decision that was made, this often led to roadblocks when trying implement new processes.
The most enjoyable part was the freedom that I had to make my own choices. I was able to sniff out problems and attempt to solve them at my discretion and had little direct instruction. Asmore... long as I was able to meet my goals, it was not an issue.
Pay and benefits were not up to snuff on what others in similar positions were making.
Overall, I have enjoyed my time thus far within Emerson.less
Excellent Work life balance and very cordial environment
Manager, Business Applications Services (Current Employee) – Round Rock, TX – February 25, 2019
Emerson has helped me build my career in last 10 years and I have served at multiple levels within the organization. Emerson believes in giving opportunities to performers and does not bound individuals to his/her role.
Superior and subordinate relationships are just a structure, I have experienced a very flat organization while working with Vice Presidents of the company directly. Management at Emerson is very much approachable and listens to input from various stakeholders.