bad management and not allowed input, do as we say attitude
Conveyor Belt Technician (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 15, 2018
Poor management, they have differrent standards for their employees, the ones that are not accountable[ from nepotism] and others that are accountable, not fair to those who constantly having to prove themselves.
management and employee turover constantly, extremely dangerous and toxic invironment to place to work, where no one practices safetety procedures
WELDER (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – March 18, 2018
Half awsome half sucks. Great company but miserable management. The place gives you the tools to do your job but your going to do repeat work same thing over and over. You would think working in the ac in florida everyone would be happy but the politics and almost like they want robots so not many days off or you probably wont have a job for much longer if you miss to many days. Golden hand cuffs lol. If you can get hired on key word IF its great benefits, great company in general, but it seems like everybody is miserable and they buy everything you need its a weird balance. Not for some people. You have all the hours you need if you can deal with the politics. It makes you soft in my opinion. I have adhd so doing the same thing over and over im not happy. If you dont mind the repeat work and politics its a great place to work. LIVE to work Not WORK to live here. 6 days a week sometimes 7 if your hungry then try and get in there nes global will get you in.
Plenty of hours, buy your tools, ac, steady paced, great for certain people
Hard to get hired on/contract, and they want drones not humans
ELECTRICIAN (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – March 8, 2018
I have enjoyed my time with JBT , We started retrofitting existing lighting to LED technology , the work is challenging in itself . I was involved with ordering spare parts and Light fixtures . I really liked schedule with 3 1/2 work week . My co-workers were involved and we accomplished some pretty complex projects . I've met people from all around the country and different every day . . We are a sub-contractor for United Airlines , they dictate work assignments and daily work orders . I pretty much maintained Ramp level lighting, troubleshoot calls and requested work orders . Their is a high turnaround and there are new faces daily. I work as Facility maintenance and enjoy my work .I'm going on three years and pretty much this is it , get your task accomplished and go home. This is not a job where you have advancement oppurtunities .
Work Order Coordinator (Former Employee) – Humble, TX – February 7, 2018
Very disorganized, management is non-existent and you can tell the other employees hate their jobs. Top these things with low starting pay and it can lead to low employee morale. You can tell this location was a revolving door, older employees weren't open to new changes, lack of communication. The onboarding process was horrible, insurance is very pricey... just not worth it.
Service Technician/Lease Manager (Former Employee) – Madera, CA – January 23, 2018
I actually enjoyed my time with this company and I learned a lot. They take pretty good care of their employees but they expect them to work a lot of hours at locations all over the globe. You can sometimes be away from home for two months at a time or more.
Co-op (Former Employee) – Sandusky, OH – January 2, 2018
While working at the Sandusky location, I met several of the people who were full time employees.The people were polite and worked well together. The environment was one that encouraged relaxation and hard work. Overall, a great place.
Lead Manufacturing/Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – Madera, CA – December 18, 2017
Great place to work. Friendly people and competitive wages. Willing to train on new aspects of employment and diverse work. Sometimes I would travel within the state and have also been out of the country.
General Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – December 12, 2017
What can I say this is a very great company, looking for flexible work in a place to call home, this is the job for you they offer 40 hours or more plus overtime uniforms are given for free and you get 3 off days a week
Preventive Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Houston Bush Airport – December 10, 2017
Overall not a good place to work unless your looking for something temporary . Hr department isn't good at they're job. Management is very poor. Lots of finger pointing games going on there. Homeland security very rude and unhelpful during the process of getting a badge to do your job. And during the actual job if you were late it's your fault when you're waiting in a parking lot for them to shuttle you there in their own van which becomes your fault if you're late they call it an occurrence. Seems like a setup for failure because it's not even up to you whether it happens or not even if you're there on time like a good employee should be. If you get about two or three occurrences they fire you even if it's not your fault.
Truck Driver Class A CDL (Former Employee) – York, PA – December 3, 2017
Management really favors those who have been there a while gave them all good runs and new drivers were given what was left over they say no such thing as seniority and miles are equal but in reality they arent
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – November 29, 2017
If you aren’t friends with management don’t even try to work here. You can’t just go to work to do your job and then leave, it’s like you have to be best friends with all of management. Horrible, horrible, horrible. Definitely do not recommend whatsoever!