Hoffman Brothers
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  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $25M to $100M (USD)
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CSR - Customer Service Representative in Brentwood, MO
on May 21, 2021
Face paced, great opportunity for advancements, great benefits. Only con is the "corporate politics" Also can seem like you are in High School again with gossiping and trying to be the most popular.
Laborer/Operator in All over michigan
on January 29, 2020
It keeps me busy and I like to make money. So I dont mind long hours or really the time of day. I can work any shift and will have a great attitude. Thank you
Laborer in Battle Creek, MI
on November 12, 2019
Would recommend this place to anybody. As long as you’re willing to work hard it is a great place to work The owners really care about the company and the employees and it’s great to see that
Laborer in Battle Creek, MI
on March 26, 2018
When I first started at Hoffman Brothers I was on top of the world. I couldn't wait to get to the job site and start my first day. However working as a laborer for one of the fastest growing Excavating companies in the area is not for the faint of heart. I started my first day swinging a sledge hammer and driving silt fence around a 100 acre plot of land. By lunch I was exhausted; by the 10 hour mark I thought that I was dead. I showed up on my 2nd day ready to shake all the blood out of my muscles and get to work. I continued driving silt fence for about 3 weeks. In that time I hadn't received any official or unofficial review or criticism from any member of management. I worked in various sites over the summer. Some of the foremen are easy going and understanding, some are good old fashioned company men with no life outside of work, and some of them are so bipolar it would make your head spin. I for one am not the kind of person that appreciates someone who would sit there and yell at me in front of a group of individuals with the intent of making me feel inferior or unintelligent and then want to joke around during lunch like best friends. The owner or CEO or CFO or guy who married his way into the upper echelons of the company approached me at a work site after about 2 and a half months of work and told me that I needed to find another gear and compared it to the TV show Jeopardy and then told me I was in Jeopardy. Of course when I told this story to my Union representative at Local Laborers 355 he assured me that everything was fine and he was sure that I was doing great...That was the first time I had ever met that particular Union Representative. It's not like he could have done much for me anyway, because when the 355 gave the paperwork that I had signed to Hoffman Brothers to allow my Union dues to be taken out of my paycheck and given to the Union, Hoffman Brothers never did. Instead they sent me an envelope that looked like a check stub coming in the mail which actually contained a copy of the paperwork with the question "Did you sign these forms?" written in Sharpie. I was not pleased with the company. The money is good but the upper management doesn't care about their people. The owner only cares about lining his own pockets and instead of giving someone constructive criticism he would rather just threaten not to call them back the next year. Find a different job.
Warehouse Staff and Delivery Driver in South Bend, IN
on March 10, 2015
Good people to work with. For the most better great customers. never worked more then a 10 hr day. Although most deliver drivers are part time

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