Production Worker (Current Employee) – Evendale, OH – March 22, 2018
When you sign the acceptance letter for this job, be advised you are signing your work/life balance away. You will be forced into 12 hour days regardless if you want to work it or not. In some cases you can work 12 hour days, 7 days a week, for multiple months. This really is a company that does not care about their employees, no matter what type of front they may put on.
If you live to work though, this is the place to work. Some individuals work 16 hour days and absolutely love it.
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Evendale, OH – March 4, 2018
There are a lot of fun co-workers here. The jobs are fairly easy to learn. One must have the ability to pay attention to detail and adhere to quality standards. Good attendance is required and there is mandatory overtime. Depending on the department, most of the employees are off the majority of the weekends. Occasionally Saturdays are required. Department Managers are supportive for the most part. This is a Union atmosphere.
If you can handle working around chemicals like formaldehyde and many more, you will be ok. Formica make lamination paper, the job is easy, for the most part you sit and watch the machine and about every 20 min. you get up to change a roll.
Director of Finance and Treasury, N.A. (Current Employee) – Evendale, OH – December 28, 2017
Formica Corporation is a team based environment with a collaborative and supportive atmosphere. Formica has been an enormous learning experience and i would recommend it to anyone if you are looking for opportunity and growth.
Formica Corportion promotes owner's core values throughout the organization
Comptroller (Former Employee) – Guaynabo, PR – October 31, 2017
Full accounting cycle Review the receivable account in order to allow the client to buy more Collections calls & collection promises Receive the cash from the clients to apply on their accounts Constantly review the inventory
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Evendale, OH – May 9, 2017
You will have Zero sick days and Zero retirement. Your 401k pathetic as it is will without your permission or input be transferred to the most disreputable and prosecuted company in the business. You may be forced to work 12 hours, 7days a week for months on end. you will be denied any further training or education. You will have your shifts changed at the companies convience. You will not be able to use the so called education benifits because your shift changes will make it impossible.If you should get injured on the job the first thing that will happen is you will loose 2 weeks of your vacation.
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Evendale, OH – December 16, 2016
Formica would be a good place to work if they did not hire lazy people who think it is ok to steal from coworkers. My husband has worked here 24 years and dropped his money clip from his pants pocket. Within 5 minutes, a coworker took over $200 from the clip and threw his money clip back on the ground, after looking at his drivers license and seeing exactly who it belonged to. I am disgusted by such lack of morals.
Forklift operator and order builder (Former Employee) – Shafter, CA 93263 – August 14, 2016
very hot warehouse and your are always in a rush little bit of people doling a lot of work.not so friendly place.its very competitive place lots of errors get made because of it. the building is extremely hot in summer just walking around the isles make you drip sweat really fast. the work load is a lot and you have little time to do it. and they force you to work overtime. whenever they want to.
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – June 16, 2016
The money is decent for the work. Union job, so fees are deducted out of every check once the probationary period is completed. Overtime is scheduled, and refusal to work overtime results in points. Eventually the points will lead to termination. Often scheduled to come into work for 4 hours on off days. Can schedule up to 12 hours. Full benefits. A lot of hours, but overall a decent place to work for the amount of money.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Mount Comfort, IN – December 2, 2015
has awesome people to work with on second shift. It does require a lot of heavy lifting and walking which makes it great for exercising so you don't have to shell out a lot money for gym membership. the hardest part of the job is constant over time which takes away from the daytime. it has great benefits when you get hired on.