Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Bessemer City, NC – December 27, 2018
pretty boring place to work. its in a warehouse with no windows. They have a point system that I dont like. if you are minute late to clock in you have a half point removed with 3 points total for 6 month.
Training Manager (Former Employee) – Broomfield, CO – November 2, 2018
My tenure at Hunter Douglas was an incredible learning experience from day one. I was privileged to work for and with a very talented and diverse group of co-workers. Our days were challenging with projects that were always changing directions- however, our department worked cohesively in order to get our projects done efficiently.
Puller (Former Employee) – Cumberland, MD – August 21, 2018
Most of management or supervisors suck. Team leads do nothing but complain. Long hours short breaks. Constant punishment even when doing well. Hires many new people even when work is not there for current employees. Can not keep track of their own records and will not look into hours even though they admit they could be seriously wrong. No job security. No career advancement. People there for years have less chance to jobs than people who kiss up. Overall terrible place to work for a career or person with a family. Nice employees but can be a lot of drama. Pay can be great. Can wear whatever you are comfortable in.
Warranty Repair Specialist (Former Employee) – West Sacramento, CA – August 18, 2018
I worked for Hunter Douglas for 2.5 years. Unfortunately this is not a good place to be. Management is very unprofessional. They require you to complete more work then humanly possible.This is a very small office with a lot of drama.
If you would like to be babysat like a child and disrespected, this is the place for you.You have to log every second of your day. Depending on who you answer to, this could include restroom breaks.
Pay is okay but not enough for the duties required. Benefits are decent.
The job itself isn't bad. Management needs to be re-vamped and this would be a good company to work for.
Parts Puller (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – August 7, 2018
The management team is terrible no one was in the loop. You weren’t allowed to even speak to your coworkers because they were so demanding with numbers. My manager was ageist against me and a few other of the younger people who worked there. Telling me that I should come in when I have the flu because I’m young and I should be able to handle it. But when one of the older people were sick she would treat them like babies. I was one of the hardest workers they had and was promised a 75 cent raise but never got it because they kept putting it off. This is not a place you want to work.
Ok. A bit juvenile and lots of gossiping co-workers.
Molding (Current Employee) – Owensboro, KY – July 19, 2018
Ok job. Not much room for improvement in moving up the job ladder. Lots of gossiping and a little bit of "In the closet racism " From a certain little click but not going to be specific. For the most part the people there are decent and nice. The resin department are rude and have bad potty mouths. The rest of the departments are not bad.
8 hour shifts. Ok people if you can ignore the gossipers.
No competitive wages. Most other Factories start off more than we top out
Machine Operator and Maintainer (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – October 2, 2018
A fast pace job, easy learning if you're a fast learner. Also a fun and friendly place to work at. Employee's safety always comes first. Everyone treated equally and most of the manager there are really nice.
Service Desk Technician (Current Employee) – Westminster, CO – November 29, 2018
Honestly have nothing bad to say about the company as a whole. They are in a busy period rn and there is lots of work. But they offer a wide variety of benefits and the people are pretty fantastic in the IT area.
PC/LAN System Administrator-Building (Former Employee) – Broomfield, CO – August 3, 2018
Good place to work, good people, good bosses, pay was decent, benefits were good and there were very few meetings unless it was absolutely needed. I would recommend Hunter Douglas as a good place to work.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Cumberland, MD – June 19, 2018
The work environment is the worst part about Hunter Douglas don't expect to keep anything private reminds me of high school but its a bunch of grown men/ women besides that the work isn't hard just repetitive
two 20 min breaks for the 10 hours that you work and the quality of the people
i used to drive in the northeast deliver mini blinds.Long hours and long drives.it was very fun and i meet alot of nice people.the company was in frostburg maryland so i had to go there 2 or 3 times a year that was no fun there like 8 hours away.
Newly hired mgt team took a 'our way or the highway' approach and did not respect SMEs.
Division Packaging Engineer (Former Employee) – West Sacramento, CA – May 3, 2018
VP of Engineering (FAB Div) came in with a hard approach toward people that turned many off. People left as a direct result and then there were layoffs. Not a pleasant working environment, everyone felt the pressure to perform or be fired.
first 3 years under a respectful mgt team that allowed you to do your job
last yr under a disrespected mgt team, questioning your every move, very constraining, limited creativity
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – West Sacramento, CA – May 11, 2018
I have worked for this company for 13 years and it is not an enjoyable place to work. The turn over is high. The pressure for the management is high. They are always micromanaging the employees. There’s is a lot of drama in the office. Everyone is looking for new jobs. They do not care about their employees.