very strict about certin things other than that they are laid back
Forklift Operator (Tugger Driver) (Current Employee) – Gainesville, GA – May 29, 2018
typical day at work is me just going to work to talk to the few coworkers I'm close with and just doing my work and leaving for the day. My job is pretty easy because I build the left hand fenders and put the step on.
Shipping and Receiving Clerk (Current Employee) – Edgerton, KS – May 25, 2018
This job is very fast paced! You're on the go constantly, and unless it time for lunch and break, you should utilize your time wisely! You are constantly trying to make sure the customers orders and demands are met!
Ware House Team Lead (Former Employee) – Gainesville, GA – May 9, 2018
Dependable manager with 4+ years of experience in warehouse management and employee supervision. Skilled at managing inventory control, shipping & receiving, customer relations and safety & compliance. Certified Power Equipment Trainer, Forklift Operator and Reach Operator skilled at coaching other staff. Promoted to positions of increased responsibility given strong people and project management skills.
everyone gets trained
Lunch is To short for the Amount of hours worked for some employees
MANUFACTURING OPERATOR (Current Employee) – Gainesville, GA – April 15, 2018
I do enjoy working at this facility. It has been a great working experience while i have gained a vast amount of knowledge from. I would like to enter into a position that i feel is more career based and to be able to work my way up the ladder over time.
Manager - Customer Retention Marketing (CRM) (Former Employee) – Torrance, CA – April 11, 2018
Kubota is a QUALITY company and has AWESOME leadership in place. I was part of the team prior to them moving to TX. Good people, good culture, understand the importance of customer satisfaction, great product and a strong dealer network. I'd work there again if the opportunity presents itself.
Nine (Former Employee) – Groveport, OH – March 15, 2018
I had a interview with 4 people then get a call saying I wasn’t selected 2 days later they interview like 20 people so it’s like a slim chance and they don’t explain why very much a waste of time and poor interview process
The people are very nice it's a very fast pace place to work most of the employees are very decent and very kind there's too many leads at try to go over each other's head and you have multiple jobs and you don't know which one to do because each one of them is telling you something different
Very nice people who work there
Short breaks too many leads going over each other's head
Most all Kubota shops are mom & pop shops and can be very unique. My experience was not very good as management were older and very antiquated in their ways. Listen closely during the interview and be aware of the setting to determine what kind of mom & pop you may be working for.
inspector (Former Employee) – Jefferson, GA – January 9, 2018
The typical day a Kubota was pretty fast-paced.It was a good learning place. I worked at Kubota twice, the first time I quit because I started another job which I was paid more. I am very loyal to where I work but felt at the time there was no moving up in the company.