PRODUCT CONSULTANT I (Former Employee) – North Olmsted, OH – September 19, 2018
Your employment at Moen is contingent on a third-party agency. You start off with a 1-year probation in which your performance, attendance, and adherence to the third-party agency's policy (not Moen's) is strictly monitored. Training is paid, with a much higher starting rate than most companies in the area. There is a lot of information, and it's a call center, but you get used to the pace after a while.
good pay, 8 hour work day, they feed you often
high call volume, more focused on time rather than service
Consumer Associate tier 6.3 (Former Employee) – North Olmsted, OH – August 2, 2018
I loved the company and the management. Your pay and raises were based on your metrics. High stress and I had a hard time managing my family. Worked from home every two weeks. If you got caught on a long call you had to stay late.
Free food and bonus and great managers
Metric based and if off phone too long you got an email
People on line are fun and friendly, supervisory staff is terrible.
Machine Set-up Operator Brazing Operator (Former Employee) – New Bern, NC – March 29, 2018
Overall the atmosphere with coworkers was ok. Management leaves alot to be desired. Managers and supervisors have no sense of sympathy. When asked for an honest opinion its used against you if not in agreeance with Mgt. mindset.
Great place to work. Learn how to operate a forklift. Good management staff. Comfortable and relax work place. unloading the truck was the hardest part of the job. The culture and employees was the most enjoyable part of the work place.
Family oriented Managment cared for their employees
Forklift Operator/Shipping Lead (Former Employee) – Wheeling, IL – March 7, 2018
Sort out work orders, pre shift meeting and hand out work orders( This were my duties every day).Look for material that was short to fill orders. Train new shipping employees and review to see if they can do the job properly.
Team Leader (Current Employee) – New Bern, NC – March 6, 2018
A typical day at Moen was fast paced with a lot of objectives to complete everyday. Through this challenge I learned the importance of prioritizing, The management could have been better as far as looking out for and taking care of the people. Workplace culture could have been better as well because it was more of a high school immature environment among the co-workers in the department, The hardest part of the job was to keep everyone satisfied and letting the associates that are working under you know and understand that you are trying to be pro active about the concerns tat they have. The most enjoyable part of the job was the satisfaction of knowing that you are pleasing multiple people at one time and attaining the goals that were given. My complete experience wasn't all bad but everything has its own pros and cons.
Distribution Specialist (Former Employee) – Kinston, NC – February 1, 2018
Working at Moen was a pretty laid back but productive place to work at. On a typical day you would be assigned to an area to work and then you would be assigned jobs to complete. You have orders to fill to be shipped out to costumers in a timely matter. The leads and coaches, aka managers, were easy to work with and was willing to work with you to help you get the tasks at hand completed.
Assembly Line Worker (Current Employee) – New Bern, NC – January 5, 2018
Fellow workers are entertaining Team leader is lenient and tough. Love the 401k and other benefits. Hours are good and give some fair warning when long hours are coming, so you can get in the mind set.
The one downside is when production grinds to a hult and you're just standing around doing nothing.