Business administrator (Former Employee) – Plainfield, IN 46168 – May 10, 2018
One of the best job I had in my life, I love this job and wanted to stay forever, however we lost a major contract and so 30 employees was let go and I was one, great place to work and Love every minute of it
Machinist (Former Employee) – Mocksville, NC – May 9, 2018
Allowed for apprenticeship training in multiple manufacturing areas. Machining skills, blueprint reading and mechanical skills are necessary for a long-term career within normal production areas. Good career-growth opportunities.
Business fluctuates with political administrations
Coil Output (Former Employee) – Vidalia, GA – May 9, 2018
At Ingersoll Rand-Trane, I learned how to keep up a faster pace with others and handle multitasking if someone else were to need m help with their job. The workplace is very peaceful and very welled managed.
Program Manager (Current Employee) – Davidson, NC – April 30, 2018
The environment and company culture has improved quite a bit over the last several years, but challenges remain. There tends to be too much work for the current staff levels and prioritization is not well applied. This leads to projects that can be quite longer than expected and teams that lack key resources. There are some great people at the company and, in general, people want to help each other and foster a collaborative environment. Ingersoll Rand is truly a global company which has pros and cons. On the positive side you get to learn a lot through that exposure. However, accommodating global time zones can be difficult.
Benefits, Beautiful Campus (Davidson)
Competing interests in different parts of business
A lot of culture change has occurred in the last 5 years. Continues to be a top-performing company. Great focus on employee development and career progression. Systems remain a challenge, but there is a strategy in place to move to an ERP system.
Sales (Current Employee) – Florida – April 27, 2018
Trane Company has great benefits. They match 6% dollar for dollar on the 401k and do a 2% automatic contribution. Health benefits are very good. The company, however, will not take your complaints seriously. Once management does not like you, they will go out of their way to remove you from the company. This is a groupthink situation and echo chamber where customer satisfaction is considered the last item of importance. If you are willing to leave your ethics at the door, then the benefits are definitely worth the effort.
Being Employed with IR is an All time proud feeling. Either work culture, job nature, freedom of work, or job advancement, team rolling IR is the best . I enjoyed my tenure there. And it would be a great place to work for entry level as well as experienced levels.
Product Test Engineer (Former Employee) – Bloomington, MN – April 22, 2018
Good benefits. Fishbowl work environment. Company tends to promote from within and thus your next boss was your co-worker.Training is great.Never a concern about getting the software or hardware you need to do your jov.
Purchasing Specialist (Former Employee) – La Crosse, WI – April 15, 2018
Not a bad place to work, had its ups and downs based on department and manager. Was a temp employee and was passed up for a permanent position after being transferred back and forth between departments with no choice. One manager was great, easy to work with and friendly. The other was awful, not nice at all, terrible to work for. No real perks for temps, but I've heard actual employees have some decent benefits.
Executive Management Disconnected from Lower Levels
Management (Former Employee) – Davidson, NC – April 6, 2018
My direct boss was excellent, however the executive management was not connected to operation within my organization. Executive management was not available to assist and empower lower levels of management.
Politically motivated executive management in their own world of reality.
Great place to work with ample opportunities for engineers and technical personnel. Chances for advancement strongly rely on your work location. Being outside of corporate headquarters diminishes your chances to move up in the company.
Very respectful and caring working environment. A leader in commercial cooling units. Fast pace factory atmosphere. A lean company. Completely cross cultural. Hard work and effort is appreciated and recognized. Highly recommended employer.
Location - Military Base close by, heavy traffic and aggressive drivers