Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Bloomington, MN – February 22, 2019
I liked working at Thermo King, however the commute became too much for me so I left as there was no option to work remote. My job was mostly phone work and email, so WFH definately should have been in the cards.
Software Project Test Lead (Current Employee) – Clarksville, TN – February 17, 2019
My team works like a well oiled engine so we mostly accomplish our goals. We take breaks when needed and have full support from our management staff. The work gets very hectic at times and our roles are intertwined with multiple responsibilities.
Western Regional Manager, HVAC (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – February 4, 2019
Great experience working on diverse teams. The most enjoyable part of my job is working with people from various backgrounds and influence. Every step of the way during my career has provided life long lessons.
Controls Technician (Former Employee) – Lexington, KY – December 27, 2018
Pay temps almost same as 2nd tier. Pay. For same work. 1st tier makes at least $7.00 on the hour more doing same job. Took me over a year to get hired In full time they hired in others in 2 and 3 months. It's a union plant.
Buyer (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – December 18, 2018
People constantly throw each other under the bus. The plant manager is hostile. They do daily MDI boards (managing daily improvements). Rather than manage daily improvements, they use this board as a means of degrading the workers. There was no enjoyable part of this job.
fast past work place fun people good team workers and team players they give you good timely pay raises and rewards hard workers provides training for various positions allows you work in multiple departments and lets you get all the over time you want
Not competitive on pay/work life balance not so great
Welder (Current Employee) – Pueblo, CO – December 12, 2018
Pay is not great, in house hired welders get paid less then outside welders that come in. We have to go through the same training and then when they get in the floor they want the lower paid welders to train them which is not fair at all, they get paid more for being experienced but in reality I am more experienced on the floor! Unfair treatment of the ones the managers dont like and of course the favortism exists alot. Are raises go off a review you write yourself and then the managers change it but they are hardly on the floor to actually see what you do.
If it wasn't for.my co-workers I would quit in a heartbeat and go to Vestas....
Pay, no fair treatment, favortism, managers not knowing their jobs
Just maintained daily inventory and help assist maintenance as they come in. And make sure you log in everything that the maintenance took from the shelves. Great thing is that you can take a break and lunch whenever it is slow and that is all paid for. Hardest part is that you do have to find something to do to keep busy.