Supply Chain Manager - Global Change Management (Current Employee) – Cazenovia, NY – June 26, 2018
I’ve been in the Supply Chain base for twenty plus years. I’ve traveled the world training supply chain departments. Implemented S&OP globally. Great teams and groups have been formed and I’ve been there to witness the lights go off as new concepts clicked and awareness enter. I’m a proud leader, I believe I’ve groomed knowledgeable staff with secure ways. I’m proud to say I’ve worked with many great minds.
You're either working a lot of over time, or have no work at all
Production Associate (Current Employee) – Cazanovia – June 3, 2018
The summary says it all really... Last week they told my entire line not to come in for the entire week. We have the choice to use up all of our vacation time or take it unpaid. Also, they told me in the beginning that there was plenty of room for advancement, and that they're willing to even put you through school... The trouble is, if you're good at you're job, they'll do almost anything to keep you there in that exact spot. This is the problem with many employees, and they grow tired of it and leave. The turn over rate here is crazy, we're constantly training new people, and they don't understand why you cant make rate. Not to mention, they're hiring folks at a higher starting rate than employee's that have been there for 10 plus years. It's a shame..
Electrical Engineer (Current Employee) – Rochester Hills, MI – April 5, 2018
You know, I’m not really one to read reviews or really even write them, but I was bored and decided to read our company reviews, as we’re in growth mode and hiring A LOT of new people. I have to say, the most recent reviews actually bother me. Yes, there’s a ton of work to do but Marquardt offers a great team environment and when you’re stressed, playing office golf with people or using a stress ball helps! The people here really care and you can tell. It might not be perfect, but management IS trying and you can see their efforts and our HR department is approachable and trying their best to improve the culture as well. All I can say is make your own opinion, like I did, after interviewing and don’t always rely on reviews.
R&D (Current Employee) – Rochester Hills, MI – April 2, 2018
I would not recommend anyone to work here unless you are a relative of someone already working here. Management doesn't care and doesnt care to resolve your problems but to make more work for you. They hire lots of interns and inexperienced people so that the people that have been here for a long time are constantly training people. There's also a group that gets to golf and throw balls and play all day while others are trying to work in the office. The managers only care about getting their yearly bonus from all of us people that actually do our job. The raises are not good and they don't take care of the people that actually work.
Electrical (Current Employee) – Rochester Hills, MI – March 12, 2018
Management don't dont know whats going on, there censored with free lunch and long meetings, the hard workers just get made to work harder while the lazy play office golf. parts are never order on time and everything is always late. HR is a joke, ran by kids and are unprofessional they also dont know the law and brake a lot of them. its the good old boys routine where family and friends rise through the ranks while everybody else is left behind. poor management is the problem mistakes are swept-ed under the rug after bringing it up to management. they meet more then solve problems. the turn over rate is more then 40% they dont try to keep employees but replace them. long hours short notice and when managements done eating there company paid lunch we get the scrapes. Great place to work would recommend it to non GET OUT!!!!
Engineer (Current Employee) – Rochester Hills, MI – December 5, 2017
I enjoy working here. Every company has stress (automotive is in general). The people here are welcoming, friendly, and willing to help and you get a feeling of accomplishment being apart of certain projects. There are fun employee activities that the office does to break up monotony. I don't dread coming into work! Sometimes I think I would like to hear "thank you" a few more times from managers, but I get sometimes not saying anything is thank you in itself. The HR team does a really good job at making employees feel good about their work.
Free food, employee events, just added more cubes, new office, bright colors, fun people, exciting atmosphere
Some long hours (but what company doesn't have this)
N/A (Current Employee) – Rochester Hills, MI – October 9, 2017
This is a good place to work in most departments. Certain departments more is expected. It also depends on how much you like working and whether you answer your phone outside of work. Some days things get kind of stressful, but it peaks and then goes away. You can pretty much do whatever you want here, but you have to go after it yourself. And if you are a high stress person and choose to be stressed and unhappy in general, that translates into your work.
9/10 days I like coming into work and I'm thankful.
If you are expecting other people to do the work or ask the questions for you, this is not the right place for you.
Group events, food (always food), fun people, open office (and bright), some flexibility, located near the Michigan Humane Society (aka puppies)
Some of the management here is not great/lack of accountability.
THT Operator (Former Employee) – Cazenovia, NY – October 8, 2017
this company was ok to work for. there wasn't much room for advancement and the supervisors made the same rates the piece workers did. The break room and locker area was always full which forced people to eat out in their cars in the winter.
Industrial Engineer & IT ERP specialist (Former Employee) – Cazenovia, NY – September 5, 2017
Every day was an adventure, and the day goes by in a flash. Learned a lot in Engineering and how to apply my knowledge. Great management. In contact with all levels from the plant. Always had somebody to discuss with. Workplace culture: try to work smart! Hardest part is repetitive tasks, but I guess that's all over the world. Great people in my team and other teams, great bosses, great all over.
Hr organises different activities through the year
Production Associate, Cell leader, Warehouse (Former Employee) – Cazenovia, New York – August 20, 2017
After working there for over 6 year and alway haveing good performance reviews. You work hard to get your job done. Then out of the blue. They tell you your being let go for "insubordination". The management there is a joke!! The harder you work the worse you are treated. I Would not recommend for anyone to work there. The only thing they care about is getting the product at the door at any cost.