G.L. Huyett
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G.L. Huyett Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Timothy O'Keeffe
    67%
    approve of Timothy O'Keeffe's performance
  • Founded
    1906
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Manufacturing
  • Link
    G.L. Huyett website
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Reviews

Employee in Minneapolis, KS
on May 10, 2021
Although surrounded by wheat fields on all 4 sides (in North Central Kansas), G.L. Huyett stands toe to toe with any other medium-sized business across the country. We are always innovating and pushing our business forward - we have clearly communicated goals to significantly grow our business, and everyone top-to-bottom knows what those goals are and how they contribute to them.Employees put in a lot of hard work, but everyone here is a high achiever, so you can count on your team mates to be right along side you, moving things forward. Overall, management is good, and the more management grows and gets better, the low performers in that category fall away. Management here is a daunting and humbling task - managers are expected to be true leaders and coaches, you won't be given a leadership position just because you have been here for years; you actually have to be capable of leading and producing results. If you want to start a fulfilling career and put in the effort to grow yourself, there is no better place to do it than G.L. Huyett.
Production Worker in Minneapolis, KS
on January 20, 2022
What a sad, dismal and depressing place. Everyone i saw had a "this place has sucked the life and soul out of me" look. Too many managers. Pay sucks for the amount of labor involved. There are other companies paying much more if you're looking for a manufacturing job. Good luck but you should look elsewhere.
Creative Director in Marketing Department
on November 30, 2021
Every day is busy, but not with busy work. You're contributing to an organization that is dedicated to providing customers with exceptional customer service and quality parts. Most days are pretty close to 8 to 5, but you'll probably need to put a couple of extra hours in every week to accomplish everything to the best of your ability (which IS always the expectation).You're always learning something new. From day one you start with a written 90 to 180 day on-boarding plan that outlines everything you need to do your job well. Lots of job shadows and training sessions help you get there.Everyone in the organization is helpful. There are no secrets or hoarding of information. You have the freedom to go directly to the source to get help or find answers (this is my favorite part about this company).Management is capable, driven, and takes the time to have weekly or bi-weekly 1:1s with you. There are also multiple performance evaluations conducted each year so you always know whether your performance is aligned with expectations for your role. Most importantly, managers care about you and want to see you succeed.Hardest part of the job? Balancing multiple jobs with multiple timelines and deliverables with some degree of ambiguity. You may not be able to juggle, but you have to be able to think for yourself.Most enjoyable part of the job? Great culture full of great team members. We succeed or fail together, and when we succeed, we celebrate our successes together too.Note that I didn't say that it is an easy place tow work. It isn't. It is demanding and will force you to continuously improve yourself. But, if you can do it, you're sure to find it rewarding.
Receiving Clerk in Minneapolis, KS
on April 3, 2021
$15hr, there are a few good managers and co-workers but overall it is a really lame place to work. They will train you in one area then move you to another with no notice. If you disagree with anything at all they will find any ridiculous reason they can to fire you.. like clocking in and out wrong even though they are well aware that their finger scanner doesn t work half of the time. If you take this pointless job i recommend 2nd shift ($16hr and supervisor is pretty mellow)
Production Worker in Minneapolis, KS
on September 24, 2019
Horrible place! Management doesn't care about the employees. Pay is decent if you're in town. No room for moving up. Profit sharing is a joke and they use that towards your "yearly benefits ". The boss has no idea what really goes on and doubt he would care. Over all not a good place to work.

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