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Hyster-Yale Group (HYG)
Happiness rating is 60 out of 100Average
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Work happiness

Scores based on about 52 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
60
Average
Work Happiness Score
Average
Do people feel happy at work most of the time?
70
Achievement
Above average
Do people feel they are achieving most of their goals at work?
70
Compensation
Above average
Do people feel that they are paid fairly for their work?

About the company

  • CEO
    Colin Wilson
  • Founded
    1985
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1B to $5B (USD)
  • Industry
    Manufacturing
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Marketing Communications Specialist

Greenville, NC

1 day ago

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Rating overview

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Financial Services in Greenville, NC
on June 11, 2020
Great company to work for
Culture varies based on the department but in general, everyone is nice and approachable. Work/life balance varies from team to team. Management does a good job about communicating an open-door policy. HYG gives a lot of opportunities to employees to grow and develop their skills. The company offers resources to help you maintain network connections and continue to build new connections.
Assembly Technician in Greenville, NC
on April 13, 2021
Hyster yale is not a good place to work. You work 10 hour shift until 2am. The new employees tend to get the tough work while the older employees tend to get easy work.
Assembler in Berea, KY
on March 1, 2021
Only good thing about this place is the pay and 4 day work week. Management has not the first clue of what goes on nor what it takes to be successful. Very ingrained good ol boy system. You can break your back but if your not willing to hit your knees for management they have no use for you.
Assembly Worker in Berea, KY
on February 9, 2021
It’s easy to top out in pay once hired on full time. You work four days and are off three. You get two fifteen minute breaks and one thirty minute break. And the benefits are great! And some of the people are amazing people to work with! They make you use your vacation time on holidays and shutdowns. Main line is fast paced but has it easy jobs. They run out of parts ALOT. Lots of the jobs dont have the appropriate tools. Nowadays it’s rare for temps to get full time. They are often given multiple extensions each time they time out. When supervisors ask some people (usually the lazy ones) to work other areas the people argue with and complain to the supervisors, so they then move people out of areas they are needed in to fill In other areas. Or if they can’t get any help in a area they will tell you to try your best but will refuse to slow the line down. Even when the line is waiting on you. There’s been plenty of times I’ve went weeks without taking breaks just to stay caught up. Covid is not taken seriously in the plant like they say it is. They want social distancing but the place is so short staffed it’s impossible in some areas. Plenty of positive cases in that plant every week. None of the supervisors, shift leaders or other higher up people help out. The only time you really see them on the floor is when they are moving people around or if the line gets behind. When you get behind they stand and stare at you trying to intimidate you to move faster knowing that they are under staffed. Lots of drama in that place that is never taken care of. If you want to be put on a different shift it can take months or years to get that request granted. Favoritism in that place allows some people to do whatever they want to get done early, even if it means making other workers miserable or putting others in danger. Be expected to work two to three jobs at once do to being understaffed. As far as training temps go. They are either trained good or they are cut loose extremely early.
Accounting in Greenville, NC
on January 17, 2021
Pros: pay and benefits are decentCons: the culture is rough and severely lacking, everyone is stressed and turnover is extremely high. No direction and proper communication between departments.

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