Liars and cheats
Caster, Shipping, Receiving (Former Employee) – Lenoir City, TN – June 21, 2019
Hubbell is a dirty job. Once you walk in the door, the dust and fumes you breathe in will deteriorate your health. The casting position will tear you apart from the insides. 10 hour days and mandatory 20 hours of overtime. If you don't speak Spanish, forget it. If you're over weight, you can drive the forklift around in a disorganized mess of a yard, bouncing loads off uneven cement filled with potholes. Any information obtained by management will be used against you in ridicule. If you have a smile on your face, they will work you til it falls off. Two 15 min breaks and a 30 min lunch isn't enough time to relax from the work load. Try some dusty food from the break room 'store'. If you work in the office doing paperwork, only if you're lucky, you'll be expected to multitask until 'the wheels fall off the bus'. There are some real brown nosers that work there and can make your 60 hours unbearable. Two faced management that ask how they can help and the next day you're canned for 'preformance and attitude'. The men that work for Hubbell are cheating pigs, so don't be a girl. Hubbell is also based in Mexico.
Dust, high visibility clothing, brown nosers, poor training, broken equipment, hot and cold work environment
Management, spanish speaking, hours worked, cancerous environment