Process Engineer (Current Employee) – Mason, OH – September 4, 2018
A typical day usually revolves around fighting fires and attempting to complete the never ending list of projects. Majority of upper management have been at the company since its inception and have a very difficult time dealing with change. For this company to be competitive, organized and succeeding, change is absolutely necessary.
work life balance is not good. Most of production will work 10 to 12 hours a day. Always short staff with high turn over, Never used to be like that when privately owned. Structure is not good. No company hand book.
Job started out ok..As the weeks went on noticed that the job changed from the job description posted. Missed one day for being sick and got bad review for 30 day performance. Was told by supervisor that I should be mopping the floors if there was no work in my area when everyone else was standing around..And also that I was too old to do the job but I had already established my ability to do the work. Then I was fired on my set vacation day..Waste of time and gas for what I was hired for and living 40 miles away. Paid bi-monthly
Operator (Former Employee) – Mason ohio – December 6, 2017
Low pay for the work required in some areas Some promotion from within Very poor management Long hours, no time for family Stressful work environment what's expected is not possible. Everyone is paid the same regardless of who performs better
You make a lot of money, however you have to put in 60+ hours, co workers are typically fun to work around, all are disgruntled
great work environment and company culture. Management team is spectacular in what I have experienced. This company has also been the strongest segment for the past couple of years, meaning yearly bonuses are common. They also due a large number of promotions internally. While there has been constant change since I got to this company, I think it is all for the best and I can tell they often have the employees in mind when making these decisions.
great management team and company culture
infrequent commisions due to poor market conditions