Palletizer Operator (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – December 7, 2018
This place is for you if you like doing a job for half the price of you co-worker , no insurance, paying union dues and getting no representation, told you are just a temp your opinion doesn't matter, management is so horrible they put you in dangerous situations everyday and don't care. They have unfair hiring practices . Racism is crazy because of management. All in all this place is terrible for your life and well being.
Manager (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – December 3, 2018
Could be a fun place to work but 60 hour weeks are a norm. Little opportunity for advancement. Culture is location and management dependent. Stable employment. Opportunities for development exist. Days are spent working with teams to achieve operational goals.
Stable employment, opportunities for development, beer
Director (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 7, 2018
Lots of changes with Molson Coors as the new owner, but MillerCoors, the U.S. Business Unit, is still a great place to work. Great people to work with and generally a fun environment. Beer industry is down, so that makes it tough to stay motivated.
guest services tour rep (Former Employee) – Golden, CO – October 21, 2018
MillerCoors just didn't value the position in guest services. They offer you full time, but you only work 33 hours a week at $12/hour. Who can pay rent with that much? The management doesn't want to andance you help you develop so that you can earn more, they just keep training you with more responsibility and not an increase in pay. I have seen more than a 60% turn over.
Senior Specialist (Former Employee) – Golden, CO – October 21, 2018
This was a great place to work, great pay and benefits! The culture was very good. The management cares about their employees. They have a great concern about the safety and well being of their employees.
Mechanic (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – October 16, 2018
If you’re craft and expect to work on stuff don’t come here because you’ll be operating equipment Relieving Operators for 1hour bathroom breaks wishing you would have taken a job somewhere else. The union here doesn’t care about crafts shechedule they don’t care if you have a family. They need to take a look at fixing our schedules and start planning weekend work one week out instead of last minute. We have no lives here and and management and the union doesn’t care they operate under the “ this is the was we’ve always done it theme. We have a revolving door for craft here because the company and union doesn’t care about us. On top of all that management thinks it’s okay to have craft running the machines, they don’t care. If you have a happy life and a happy wife don’t come here. You’ll end up divorced and paying alimony for the rest of your life.
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – October 16, 2018
Poor working conditions.. No work life balance. Company does not care about there employees. Company tries to brain wash there employees that they are broke when they make billions in clear profit every year. Craft employees dont get to do there job. They are used for relief operators.