Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Baldwin County, AL – February 6, 2018
The company itself had a lot to offer. Unfortunately after working for my manager for so long she saw I was to put in more than what was expected and took advantage making throwing the Job Work/Life Balance off.
A typical day would be the machines not running well.. I learned a lot I didn’t stay on one job I was moved a lot.. management was ok some was awesome but others had their favorite.. hardest part of the job was keeping up with the machines at times they would go down while I’m trying to keep up with the others.. the most enjoyable part my coworkers were awesome got along great..
Packer (Current Employee) – Asheboro, NC – November 20, 2017
Energizer in Asheboro isn't terrible. You don't get paid a whole lot but it's better then minimum wage. You also have many opportunities to train in a higher paying position. During busy season you have mandatory overtime which puts parents in a bind, during slow season you get sent home a lot or called off. Gas and child care isn't worth working there during slow season.
Poor upper management in Westlake OH. They saw nothing, and had big jobs keep follow trends. Most employees did what they were asked to do. EBC was a well run company, the battery business has a dying product.
Well if you had any issues with someone and you told the management or a supervisor they would just shrug it off and act like whatever is going on during you being at work didn't matter. But that was on main night through the week at Energizer, I've heard good things about some supervisors on main weekend day. Typical day was cell feeding battery's into a robot, sometimes I wouldn't cell feed and I would pack battery's instead. Most enjoyable part was talking to my friends whilst doing my job effectively, other than that the other best part was the break. Hardest part was how long you would have to stand, twelve hours is rough on your feet and legs.
Retail Sales Representative, Sales and Marketing (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – November 4, 2017
Was laid off due to territory elimination. Work environment was professional with a good stress level. Was given flexibility in hours and was able to maintain a good work / personal balance. Great management with good support.
Packer/Operator (Former Employee) – Asheboro, NC – October 12, 2017
I enjoyed working at Energizer. The pay was great and lots of opportunity for overtime. ❤️The people. I worked on fast paced line so I always had things to do. You could also earn Monopoly money where you could bid on things. There is also room for advancement. I really miss this job.
Great pay and overtime
Very short breaks for working 12 hour days, two 10 min breaks and a 20 min lunch. But you get paid for lunch
TEAM LEAD SPECIAL PROJECTS (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – September 1, 2017
I started my career with Energizer and had many opportunities for advancement. Unfortunately they closed their Duluth Ga office some year ago to consolidate everyone at their corporate offices in St Louis. I was offered a couple of transfer opportunities but the timing wasn't right.