They do not track what it costs the company to do a job start to finish. Take on jobs they are not qualified to run or have the equipment to run properly. It is all about making a buck. No matter what. Example: 3 months to develop a new product and sell it. From concept to customer in 90 days! Very high stress levels, a hostile work environment due to management.
t room Setup Person (Current Employee) – Plainville, CT – February 10, 2018
Management is a joke ,they either stand around all day drinking coffee or stand out back smoking cigarettes and doing shots.Supervisors are incompetent .To much really to list about how terrible it is .Run away don't enter into there slave factory
Not a great place to work at all unless you are a workaholic or dont require sleep.
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Plainville, CT – August 5, 2015
I definitely would not recommend this to a new employee or a seasoned one either. Expectations of hours worked for salaried employees are unreasonable at best and they don't pay for performance as advertised. Nepotism is rampant and the work environment leads much to be desired. Typical company that takes much of their resources out while reinvesting very little back into its employees or equipment. Is very proud of its 2500% product mark up and jokes about it often at the customers expense. Definitely not the place I want my name or personal integrity associated with. Was happy to find employment elsewhere.
Pay was inadequate for duties assigned and long hours but good for area, . 2. Was reasonably close to where I lived, short commute.
1. Long hours, 2. Unreasonable expectations by management, 3. No viable employee training, Sink or swim mentality, 4. Management has zero soft skills, 5. No actual efforts made to improve quality of product., Monopolizes a niche market and acts accordingly.
The accounting department is the worse department in the company. Management always wants more out of you. If you want to work at a place that you do not have time to breathe, then Mott would be the place. Most people are unhappy now, and are seeking new employment. The pro is it is an ESOP company, if you ever see the retirement money at this point. They have a new owner and no one knows his agenda. Mott has gone downhill fast in the last year or so due to a new owner.
Esop, Coworkers are nice
Underpaid, Workload is more than 40 hours, Management is awful
Accountant (Former Employee) – Farmington, CT – November 19, 2013
Typical day was sending the daily business report to upper management, entering data for payroll run and working on account recs. I learned payroll. Upper management in this company did an excellent job keeping costs down and profits high. I worked with some very talented and helpful co-workers. The hardest part of the job was month end because it involved long hours and work on Saturdays. The most enjoyable part was that I had outstanding co-workers that helped me a great deal when I was new.
Accounting department was well run with good processes in place.
Very small company with little possibility of advancement.