This company would be far more successful and attract excellent sales talent if they would stop micro-managing and beating up on their sales staff. Management's only focus is that they place far too much emphasis on unrealistic sales goals and place way too much pressure on the sales team. Management of this company changes policies at the drop of a hat and panic whenever there is a slight slow down in in-bound sales.
Good quality products
Lack of proper product training. Too many layers of sales management
Electro-Mechanic (Former Employee) – Lawrenceburg, KY – March 2, 2018
Worked there for eight years before they promoted a guy that had no business being a manager into the maintenance supervisor. Terrible with people before he was promoted and even worse after. Management does not care about you at all all they care about is themselves. If you get in good with management you could do well here until they decide they like someone else better. Don't waste your time talking with hr they are for the managers not there for employees at all just word to the wise run away from this place don't look back don't even hesitate.
the whole facility is a con should be shut down completley
You pay all health care premium, with little help by employer. Can buy same plan direct $10 cheaper per month. Raises are cost of living only
Anonymous (Current Employee) – Anonymous – December 20, 2017
Health care is provided you pay all premium employer does not. 401k is 99% funded by employee with pitiful match. No advancement ever dont ask or interview it will waste your time. Raises are cost of living raises but labeled as performance raises. Takes a avg of 11 to 12 years to get any decent pay. Only way to promote is to be in the good buddy club and be a yes man. The company trolls its employee every move. Italian ran and constantly breaks osha law and does illegal practice daily. Double standards apply, and there are two sets of rules depending on what your social status in the company is. I could go on but i dont have enough room.
None factory is terrible heard the same about the warehouse
Every bad thing a employer could do they will and more.
My position as an Electro Technician (Former Employee) – Lawrenceburg, KY – August 28, 2017
it was rewarding to fix and repair machines. I learned a lot about electrical prints, power supplies, inverters, the many ways that relays control down stream consent. the different programs that robots can run from.
to much for one person to keep up with and do a good job comfortably.
Manager (Current Employee) – Lexington, KY – March 28, 2017
Good pay and benefits. Vacation time is good and retirement matching has increased. They care about their employees. The employees are friendly and it is a family environment. The company is growing and secure.
Pay, Benefits, Vacation, Friendly Co-workers
The company is growing, so there is some stress with those changes.
Flex Associate (Current Employee) – Lawrenceburg, KY – March 14, 2017
You are able to work over time as you want, but the upper management doesn't worry about their line workers or their needs and requests. I learned how to work alone in a timely manner since there is not much team work that goes on in the factory by management or employees in the factory.
Line Operator (Former Employee) – Lawrenceburg, KY – January 9, 2017
Although Florida Tile is a good place to work the job security at the time of my employement was not stable. This left much doubt in the managements ability to lead and provide a stable work enviroment.
Employee (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – November 21, 2016
Working from home.. Growing business outside the USA. On all levels this was a very employable place to work and be part of. Very rewarding when goals were met, extremely fair, but a little separated from the day to day of the business and culture.
Glaze Line Operator (Current Employee) – Lawrenceburg, KY – July 11, 2016
Work in fast paced production with product and color changes. The management and co-workers work well together. I have learned a lot about making tile. Before I started work at Florida Tile I had no clue as to how a piece of tile was produced. The hardest part of working at Florida Tile is the heat in the hot weather months. The most enjoyable part of my job is working with R&D and learning about new trend in the tile industry.