Hunter Industries
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About the company

  • CEO
    Greg Hunter
    86%
    approve of Greg Hunter's performance
  • Founded
    1981
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
    Consumer Product Manufacturing
  • Link
    Hunter Industries website
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Reviews

Quality Inspector in San Marcos, CA
on January 13, 2022
Like I said good work environment and overall good manager. Warehouse manager sucks and is a crying baby, doesn't even say good morning back to people. Good company but need to raise their wages
Production Supervisor in San Marcos, CA
on March 6, 2022
At Hunter you are just another cog in the machine. Pay is poor and I had to fight to get the compensation I deserved after being promoted to a position of greater responsibility. I watched several employees walk away because they were unwilling to pay what people deserved to perform their assigned duties.
Inventory Control in San Marcos, CA
on October 19, 2021
Es estresante, salario muy bajo, demasiado trabajo para lo que pagan.
Machine Operator in San Marcos, CA
on August 31, 2021
Machine operators are forced to work three times the machinery they're safely supposed to, and get in trouble when mistakes are inevitably made. They also get cycled into packaging positions for whatever reason, probably to justify their pitiful pay. Overtime is mandatory, leading to 6-7 day work weeks and the potential for injuries. There's a culture of "employee wellbeing" that doesn't apply to any of the jobs outside of office work. They advertised free lunches on Fridays, but that hasn't been a thing for months. Management has no clue how to supervise, locking employees out because they don't understand something as standard as worker's comp, and opting for toxic management strategies like dumping furniture because "if you're sitting, you're not working."
Associate Manufacturing Engineer in San Marcos
on August 5, 2021
Decent place to work for. Pay is less than industry average. work hours are okay and very flexible. Benefits are good with profit share a big plus. Overall okay.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

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Everything that I knew what to do and if I ever had any problems working in construction and if I could take the heat

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