Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – Hazleton, PA – July 12, 2018
speaking of the time employed, management firm but fair for the most part. safety in the plant priority #1 general housekeeping G.M.P.practice expected in all areas of operations, overall clean and safe place to work. employees worked together to maintain the plant.
reward programs lunches, small gifts hats, jackets, for goals met.
% of part-time labor force used during seasonal product demands
Production Supervisor (Current Employee) – York, Pa – July 14, 2018
Upper Management at the York Plant thinks the hourly workforce are bottom feeders. Behind closed doors they make fun of the hourly workforce. They discriminate against employees with disabilities. The top manager has no clue as to what to do. If you want to learn how not to be a manager just watch the top manager.
Salaried Professional (Former Employee) – Florence, KY – July 9, 2018
Management will hold you accountable for things beyond your control or are the respobsibility of other departments. Don't waste your time. Turnover here was off the charts. 3 Different Plat Managers in 1 year.
Material Handler/Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Prattville, AL – July 5, 2018
I always get to work about 30 minutes early. Clocking in an get my Forklift ISP sheet ready an check to see if everyone has there supplies. Take a trip to the warehouse to see what is going out for the day an check all ben location to see if production qas good for the night.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Holland, MI – June 27, 2018
Corporate does not care about their people and it is reflected by lower management. Would not recommend anyone work here. Graham has laid off or fired most of their employees with over 20 years experience, mostly to save money.
Graham is not a bad place to work. Ice is provided for the employees and some good dining areas. Machines are not maintained as needed,The system is not set up with a temperature maintained environment as needed so the temperature and air flow has to always be adjusted for the bottles to be made properly. Overall not a bad place to work and pay is good considering the pay of other operations in the valley. This place needs more structure in dealing with employee issues and process improvements would help greatly.
Good place for learning new skills
Upper management not in touch with production needs.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Hazleton, PA – May 24, 2018
Absolutely the worst place to work at. Management pushes their employees way to heard and they are very rude and disrespectful. Rrdiculously fast paced environment. Low pay and very poor benefits. Management could care less about you, Some supervisors understand but the understanding ( nice supervisors) get fired. Very high turn over rate. Most of their Employees are alway very rude and yyou dont get any training. They just throw you on a job.They bring in a bunch of Temps to help them get caught up and get rid of them within a short period of time, many of them are fired the first day.
Hot environment. Worked hard towards quality objectives. Management pushed to hard with not enough concern for employees. Third shift employees did not have the proper tools to complete the tasks assigned.
Employee (Current Employee) – Florence, KY – May 19, 2018
Good place to work. Most plants are well run. Work place ulture depends on the plant/ BU you are in. Hardest part of the job depends on your position in that there may be a lot of work to do outside of normal hours on your own time.
Fast paced with a lot of required cross training. Flexible work schedule. Small facility with shortage of office space. The hardest part of the job was the ever changing management team and looming threat of having unstable work security.