Liquid Production Planner (Former Employee) – Garland, TX – July 24, 2018
Wanted to retire from MAPEI; got let go by a new supervisor that I feel didn't like me because of my knowledge of the company. I feel that I could have been a huge benefit to him and the department. He left the company within 6 months of having me laid off.
Very challenging environment with many opportunities
Commercial Project Manager (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – July 18, 2018
On any given day, I could usually set my schedule and sales calls were typically up to me and how I saw fit. I learned various new aspects of the cement industry as they related to the tile and stone business. Management for the most part was good, except for my immediate manager. Upon my leaving, my immediate manager shortly after was released. The culture was good and felt very supportive. The hardest part was working with architects to secure the company products on new projects as I was new to working that side of the industry. The most enjoyable aspect of my position was that I was able to meet new people from various part of the U.S. and world.
In that place , I realized that many senior leaders manage things.
Process Operator II (Former Employee) – West Chicago, IL – June 11, 2018
The company is good in pay and benefit for all level worker and they also have over work time schedule almost in whole year so this workplace is suit for workaholics who wants to made more and more money.
customer service specialist (Former Employee) – Mapei – April 4, 2018
cannot keep people in customer service. The employees text eachother about one another. The manager doesn't train you. They tell you that you are doing a great job, and then before your probationary period tell you to pack your stuff and go. . The most humiliating experience in my life.
I am sorry to hear about your experience working at MAPEI. I would recommend reaching out to us directly at email@example.com so that we can investigate this further.
MAPEI has a lot of opportunities for people to grow their career with us. We try to provide feedback to everyone on a consistent basis; especially to new employees.
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Great company to work
Current employee (Current Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – March 25, 2018
Great company but sadly the last two years management has been the worst I ever experienced specially in Fort Lauderdale warehouse. They don't listen to employees on the warehouse and their work ethic does not exist at all. They don't know how to operate such a great company making drivers wait for more than 3 hours after they scheduled the trucks themselves to pick up orders. Then force the employees to work overtime including weekends to compensate for their errors and lack of knowledge to be able to complete all the orders entered for the week at expense of the company.
Machine Operator (Current Employee) – West Chicago, IL – February 5, 2018
It’s a good inviorement, wages are very competitive compared to other companies Around West Chicago. Managers are fairly, we do get reimburse for steel toe shoes once a year. Benefits are great, 17 pro first year, 8 holidays , medical ppo bcbs, short term and long term desability, 401k and life insurance.
Process Worker (Current Employee) – Dalton, GA – January 29, 2018
This company bought an existing business and it struggled along with good people in spite of mapei. Now those people are gone and they've been replaced with poor managers that can't run the place and treat us like a number. I could not recommend this company to someone from Dalton. Go to Shaw or Mohawk and learn all you can about your job. I wouldn't have seen these reviews if I wasn't on this site looking for a better position.
I am sorry to hear that you feel MAPEI has changed in a negative way.
MAPEI is going through tremendous growth. With growth, comes growing pains. We're expanding into new markets and growing organically and inorganically (via acquisitions). We're constantly hunting for top talent to join our growing team. I've learned that not everyone may be susceptible to adapting to change. I am not stating this is the case in your scenario but I'd like to learn more.
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The job is in a great area.
Sorter/Packer (Former Employee) – Garland, TX – January 26, 2018
The job is in a great area and is right off the highway which makes it's very convenient to commute. It's a great job however they are not background friendly.
They go through a temp before getting hired permanently.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – South River, NJ – January 22, 2018
I was hired from an outside company to work for Mapei as a temp. I was there for almost two months and after Halloween I was let go. I don't hold any gripes, but the kind of work and $300 dollars a week to me wasn't worth it.
Thank you for sharing your feedback. I'm sorry that you feel the management was not adequate.
I'm a bit surprised to hear about no incentive for advancement. We have competitive wages and offer performance and annual merit increases as well as increases for promotion. MAPEI is also on the fast track to have IDP (individual development plans) setup for all of our employees so that we can understand their personal and career goals and help them get there.
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R&D (Former Employee) – Deerfield Beach, FL – October 25, 2017
I don't like to review companies Family company private. Depends on the department you wk the experience is different. Multicultural environment benefits are acceptable
Italian based company who clearly don't understand American laws
Process operator 3 (Former Employee) – Garland, TX – October 4, 2017
Job is horrible as well as management please reconsider unless you very much like being belittled on a daily basis. Typical day made batches of epoxy while being micromanaged all day with people getting in your way making you mess up on a batch because they can't keep there hands off your devices.
Thank you for sharing your feedback. I'm sorry to hear about your experience at MAPEI.
As you may know, MAPEI is experiencing rapid growth. With our growth, we are focusing on becoming one of the best organizations as it relates to our culture and working environment. The experiences you've shared are not within the MAPEI norm and we'd like to rectify these issues.
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