Glass and Mirror Craft Careers and Employment
- Company size51 to 200
- Revenue$25M to $100M (USD)
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Very hot working conditions. Physically hard work. Constantly lifting over 50 pounds. Very fast paced. Stressful work environment. And dangerous work place. No work life balance. Sell dreams about pay raise. Supervisors bark orders. 12 hours only one 30 min break. Pros you get decent cash for 6 months out the year. Coworkers are good honest friends. A pay check and insurance.
Operator/Laborer in Wixom, MI
on May 21, 2021
Awesome workplace, majority of everyone that I met has been working their for YEARS! I was 1 of 3 women that worked on the plant floor at the time and every single guy was super helpful when we needed help lifting heavy pieces or just advice on how to do a certain task. Good start out pay, great supervisors on 1st shift that bust their butt to make sure things are running smoothly and proficiently, Opportunities for overtime, bonuses, monthly meetings, flexible scheduling, paid half hour lunches, benefits and more! 10/10 I would recommend this company to anyone!!
Production Worker/Quality Control in Wixom, MI
on May 24, 2021
This company has true potential to be a great employer and has the opportunity to create a great long term career for anyone. Unfortunately this isn't the case, far from it. Management and HR are only concerned with saving as much money for the company as possible. The turnover is high because of the workload, with little consideration for the well being of the workers. Instead of rewarding departments for being proficient at their jobs, they continue to drown them with more tasks and responsibilities as they see fit. A lot of people just get burnt out from the company overworking them with no real empathy for their workers. As long as the owners father is running HR, this company will never truly care about the workers. If you need to get back on your feet then go ahead, but I wouldn't plan to overstay your welcome here.
Everything in Wixom, MI
on May 7, 2021
My experience with Glass & Mirror Craft has been great. Everyday I have support from management and coworkers when needed while also being trusted with my tasks and workload. I would recommend working here if you are a dedicated worker and are seeking a job that is both challenging and rewarding each day.
Custmer Service Representative in Wixom, MI
on December 14, 2020
Work was not awfully hard and I was trained pretty well but you had to be there a pretty long time for any form of raise it seemed like . Some guys had been there 3-4 years had not been given any form of raise .The bonus system is virtually unattainable. Most of the managment team had no idea has to the day in the life of somebody on the floor and the problems they deal with . In the summer you can make good paychecks by working crazy amounts of hours but hours are cut in the winter. Overall not a terrible place to work
Unloader in Wixom, MI
on November 30, 2020
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