Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – April 16, 2019
This company does not provide training, no work/life balance, and management will blame employees for their shortfalls. They do not pay correctly, numerous times they removed employee work hours from time cards to avoid paying overtime without any consent from employee.
Internal Auditor (Current Employee) – Orange, CA – April 3, 2019
There is no communication among team members and other departments. The company itself has lots of friendly people, however, there is no communication amongst protocol between different departments and within departments.
Overhead Crane Operator (Current Employee) – Orange, CA – March 19, 2019
Overall company is good. Offers lots of overtime. However overtime is mandatory. So when you need time off, you at least need to put in 10 hours. And every saturday. Pay increases are terrible. Company is not very organized. Seems to be organized when it’s to their convience. Employees aren’t appreciated.
DRIVER (Former Employee) – Edison, NJ – February 18, 2019
Poor Management on Transportation division, they don't have idea "what is transportation" and improve guidelines and never has exit on implant news systems. All this position are filled with friends NOT with people with experience and knowledge on this field
Productive work place...learn a lot...the higher management is very efficient...a good number of promotions are based on personal preferences of middle management... disappointing after a few years.....
Good company, good benefits, social activities
No scope for growth, promotions not always merit based
Good company but not many opportunities to advances
Account manager -Retail and Commercial Sales (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 2, 2018
MS is a great company to work for except regional management team they focus on slabs sales and not much support for the hard surface side of builds. pro: good pay and benefits con: Management lack of understanding local marketed rapid changes to compete with Shaw, Dal-tile and Emser.
Management lack of understanding local marketed rapid
Customer service Representative (Current Employee) – Farmers Branch, TX – August 23, 2018
Every morning you get there between 7:30 and 8 AM, once you arrive you clock in. Check your emails and get ready for the day. dress code is very lenient and the employees are just as awesome, they are very tight knit.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Edison, NJ 08817 – August 11, 2018
The overall experience of the job and moral is fabulous. It's a great job for someone who enjoys lots of flexibility in their job description. The hours depending on position are somewhat lengthy and the job requires you to be there more than 40 hours per week including late nights and Saturdays. Compensation is a little below average for the amount of work needed to put in. There are not set rules or regulations that are consistent throughout the company so they are always changing. One week you're told not to do something and the next you're yelled at for complying. Low communication between management teams. There is no real training standards either. Just some online tests about the company, so training is super inconsistent depending on the time and place. You have opportunity to move around the company when available which is great. There's a strong will for everyone to work well with each other and overall the people really make the place.
Free Monday Lunches, Yearly Outings, Local Store Discounts/Gym Memberships
Short Breaks, Long Hours, Little Training Available, Not active in community
MS International is an expanding company with a large customer base in Florida and they offer great benefits. However, the branch in Deerfield Beach has very poor management and they don't care about the how things are done.