Administrative Specialist (Former Employee) – Manassas, VA – January 28, 2013
A typical day was a day of constantly doing something. There was plenty of time to learn new things about the building product business, from the contracts to the installation of the products. Managment somewhat fullfilled their positions. Co-workers were a bit difficult because of the consistant need to out-do one another rather then working together. Hardest part of the job was dealing with the people you worked with. Sometimes it was easier to just stay to yourself and achieve goals on your own. The best part of the job was that the pay and benefits were fitting for the work being done, while it lasted. Lay-offs did take place at a period of time.
pay and benefits compensated for the work being done
getting co-workers to work as a team rather than work against one another
was a ok company to work for I was there over 20 something years Very family oriented Gained a lot of experience working as, ups clerk, shipping clerk, inventory clerk, as well as running the shipping dock.
Hospital Operator (Former Employee) – Longwood Station, MA – August 5, 2018
If you ever want to go back to sitting at your high school desk with grown people telling you to be quiet come here. You work in a tiny room with 10-15 other people . You have to take incoming calls and also send out pages to doctors, do dispatch among other things. No upward advancement. You come here to die basicially. There is no customer interaction and lots of micromanaging.
there are none I can think of
Everything there. They really need to rethink the work model.
Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Sayre, PA – July 31, 2018
I operate multiple machines it all depends on what machines have backlog which determine what I'll be running. The machines I have learned include Heeseman sander, Langzuaner veneer saw, Guillotine and a Router. Masco is a very fast paced atmosphere and lots of moving around to other parts of the factory to accomplish getting backlog out. Currently management is poor due to their being one supervisor for all three shifts. The hardest part of the job is learning new machines due to poor training you have to learn how to operate machines almost entirely by yourself. The most enjoyable part of the job is the ability to move around and not be in one spot the whole shift.
occasional company paid dinners, health insurance, 401K, Dental insurance.
production lead/ machine operator (Former Employee) – Sayre, PA – July 2, 2018
I was an employee of 9 years worked as a production lead and machine operator in a lot of departments. there attendance policy sucks and the management team is right there with it. they always pick who they like for jobs instead of who is more qualified and who has more time in the company. I liked my co-workers and employees I never had one person that I could not work well with. if it wasn't for there management and stupid policies people might stay.
Insulation Technician (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – June 14, 2018
Masco is a typical construction company, not a lot of upward movement but a good steady job that pays the bills. The crews were all pretty cool, you are expected to work hard but don't have to kill yourself doing it.
Production Operations (Former Employee) – Waverly, OH – June 9, 2018
This company is unethical, and harmful to the communicates that is targets. Through acquisitions MASCO consumes competitors only to run the plant into the ground. This company harms communities, ignores the safety of its workers, and uses tax dollars to do it. I recommend you research Mills Pride in Waverly, Ohio. Prior to considering applying at any MASCO affiliate.
Class III Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Quicksburg, VA – June 4, 2018
I’ve been here for almost 5 years. It’s a decent place to work. I’ve had my good days and bad days. I wouldn’t mind working there for longer but I feel there is just a lack of advancement. I’m 25 and the other class 3 employees who have been there for 30+ years make the same amount per hour as myself.
Demension Department (Former Employee) – Sayre, PA – April 20, 2018
Overtime hours were always offered. Stayed busy the whole shift. Hardest part was when you had 3 or more different sizes of wood on one line that only asked for 2 different sizes, which then you'd have to check the board to see where they belonged. Very fast pace work environment.
Parts Puller, (Former Employee) – Duncanville, TX – April 8, 2018
seriously don't work here, management has no idea what they are doing, they want to work your butt off for little pay, they expect too much and are willing to give nothing. Training here also terrible.