Fiberglass Technician (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – January 11, 2019
For a 12 to 14 he day u didn't have but a 15 min break and a 30 min lunch. Ur normal week was 84 hrs or more I put in 105 hrs in one week with a total of almost 200 on the pay period. Long hrs no family time
You enjoy the work, because we work together as a team
Is really a good job (Former Employee) – Grand Forks, ND – November 14, 2018
LM wind power is one of my job, i really enjoyed working, because we focus on what we came to do but also have fun too. We respect each other there, even though some days don't be a good day. But you have to put smile on that face.
Mould close (Former Employee) – Grand Forks, ND – September 20, 2018
If you are a female I suggest thinking twice before applying . You WILL be harassed! HR won’t do anything to help and will look away. Training is none existent especially if u work nights. High turn around rate for women due to how badly they are treated. They will hire anyone even if they don’t comprehend English. Unsafe and dirty place to work. No one cares about you , you are just a number .
Finishing Technician (Current Employee) – Grand Forks, ND – September 7, 2018
This place is managed terribly. If you are not a part of the few cliques that exist here, you most likely will not advance anywhere. You are expected to stay hours and hours and hours after your shift has ended if they want you to. Mandatory overtime days are sprung upon you with little to no warning. Pay can max out entirely too quickly. Equipment needed to get the job done is poorly maintained
Molder (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – August 30, 2018
Before this job I'd only worked in retail and fast food, but it taught me how to do something different. It also showed me what I didn't want to do. The pay is good and the people are great, they offer a good benefits package but I know that its not for me.
Production Technician/Quality (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – August 22, 2018
Great opportunities to make money and depending of the department you can get a lot of overtime... Job and. E stressful at time more than less of the time... job advancement opportunities come up a lot
Kelly Service Technician (Current Employee) – Grand Forks, ND – August 17, 2018
LM wind power is a good place to work I always sending people that wand job they are very good at training their new employee's hands on to make show that they know what they are before sending them into work
Production Team Leader (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – July 29, 2018
When I worked at LM we had a decent flow for time running. However, if you did not agree 100% with whichever supervisor you were placed under, your job was constantly on the line. The threats were never ending, if you spoke to HR, the HR personnel would call the supervisor and tell them any complaints you made. That would always cause retaliation problems, so people just stopped trying. There is a sense of entitlement among the management that is ridiculous. It became very clear very quickly that the consensus among management was employees are a dime a dozen so who caress if you stay or not. I have never worked in a worse company for employee moral and backstabbing.
Building wind blades (Former Employee) – Grand Forks, ND – July 7, 2018
Lm wind Power is great place to stay or to work for changing your life and is a place where you can have more opportunities more benefits and nice place to have as your future employer . More than this is a place where you can have all freedom and enjoyable place lm has good leaderships good management ect
In one word lm wind power is Best place
Restaurant where employee can buy food during break time
Composite Repair Technician (Former Employee) – Grand Forks, ND – January 12, 2018
-Investigate, coordinate and resolve issues with Engineering Specifications, Standard Tooling, Hazardous Materials, Quality, Safety, Tooling, Planning, Efficiency, MSP and Transportation. -Performed repairs on blades to eliminate defects such as wrinkles and air voids that occasionally occur during curing of the glass fibers. -Prepared adhesive additives to be used as binding matrix for the composite parts
This was a start up environment involving the hiring of new employees, training the employees at another location, team builiding.
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – December 2, 2017
This was a true start up environment. Each month we had to interview and hire new employees, train the employees and then develop them into a team. We brought these employees back literally had to set up the plant and begin manufacturing with a group of individuals who were a developing team.
Having a vision
Working with a VP who was unaware how to work in an environment.