Horrible place to consider a career. Money just ok. Management constantly stirring the pot with rules and regs….DAILY! Too many chiefs and shop floor emplyees seem to always be blamed for company's short comings. There is no indication of wanting employee retention. Take it or leave it.
Human Resources Coordinator/Specialist (Current Employee) – Blue Ash, OH – July 9, 2018
I enjoyed Milacron in the beginning. But as of lately; they only seem to focus their time and energy/money on those who don't excel as much. They need to invest more in the employees that are working really hard to make a difference.
This place has terrible Upper Management. Beyond the shop floor, no one cares about how you do your job safe or otherwise as long as it is done. There is no training program thus setting everyone up for failure when management decides to change processes which occurs at least a dozen times a year. Equipment is outdated and I need of replacement. If you aren't in good with certain managers, expect to get crapped on consistently. Benefits are good, but pay is not what it needs to be to compete with other industry in town. Morale is nom existent as you are expected to work 12 plus hours 7 days a week without being informed of company sales goals or output. Avoid at all costs.
Machine Operator/Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Greenville, MI – March 7, 2018
Good place to work if you're young and single due to lots of hours, altho most people who are hired after you will make more money then you hourly. Very poor management, very poor planning on jobs, and very poor planning on work equipment. Constant problems around every corner of the shop. And very hard to get much work done due to constantly needing to go and find the part to machine, which could possible be on the other side of the shop. Very little shop morale, which in turn makes your time there seem dreadful. But in reality if you need a place to work then this is a decent place to get you back on your feet.
Managment never listens and doesn't care about employees
Painter/Carpenter (Current Employee) – Batavia, OH – January 22, 2018
As any place this one has its skeletons in the closet. They preach their own terms and regulations but never follow them and change constantly throughout the year. I don't recommend this job unless you enjoy 6 to 7 days a week, holidays and any other social events to be put on the back burner. If your single perfect for you, but not with any family or home life.
Field Service Technician (Current Employee) – Texas – June 28, 2017
Currently there are too many changes that are affecting the annual income. Difficult to make a living with them. And it is just the start. Field service techs are no longer guaranteed their 40 hrs a week as verbally said when hired.