CNC Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Pompano Beach, FL – July 17, 2018
The idea behind the company is good. They will put you through machine school, match your 401K, give you PTO(Don't expect to be able to use it without accumulating points), give you sick time(make sure you give them 48hrs notice on when you're going to be sick), and give optional weekends off. However management is only consistent with changing your job description and lying to you about promotions and raises. Management is very consistent with always asking you to do more without proper pay incentives. They are always contradicting themselves on what they want their shop floor workers to do. This makes it near impossible to properly train someone for a new position. They are constantly changing their work procedures for the whole shop causing their late orders to constantly rise higher piling on more stress to the shop workers. The place is in shambles. They have a high turnover rate amongst new employees and most of the long term employees are disgruntled and constantly complaining about how bad management is. They also have a bad habit of not adhering to certain policies mainly involving pay. You'll find a lot of good hearted people on the shop floor working the machines, however. You'll enjoy working with a lot of the people here, but be careful of management.
Assembly Production Worker (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL – March 5, 2018
A typical work day consisted of 8 hours on assembly, inspect parts, sort parts. We were also expected to keep work area clean. The hardest part was being notified at the last minute that we needed to work over.
CNC Operator (Former Employee) – Pompano Beach, FL – February 5, 2018
If you want to work where Interns who are related to someone come back as your boss and they get rid of long term employees who have product knowledge then this is the place for you. They spend a lot of money but do not give raises, as a matter of fact, when sales are down they give pay cuts.
Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Pompano Beach, FL – January 21, 2018
Hoerbiger is probably the worst managed company in the compressor industry. Unrealistic goals and management changes the game plan every 90 to 180 days. Impossible to sustain good reputation with customers.
Poor work environment, no trust in management, no support from corporate on issues at the local level.
Manager (Former Employee) – Auburn, AL 36830 – October 8, 2017
Worst manager I have experienced in my working career. Did not give me the increase in compensation he promised me as part of the offer letter, became very difficult to work around and with, extremely poor communicator, not trustworthy, reached out to corporate who knew all of these things and offered no assistance at all. No trust in corporate management. Saw people quit because of the culture and this manager and others fired for no reason and corporate didn't seem to care about any of it. By far a poor company to work for.