Zone Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – October 8, 2018
No one is excited to do their job. Good benefits, low pay, low expectations. Easy but unfulfilling. Wear a tie!
The pay they quoted me during the interview process is lower than the actual offer. Management does not offer clear direction, lots of corporate speak, probably because they don't actually know what needs to be done.
You can slide by working as little as two days a week if you want to, but there is no advancement unless you are in Indiana or Oklahoma. The bonus program offers diminishing returns.
Vacation; low expectations, good healthcare
Demotivating, no clear direction, no one works hard
Trainer, Nov. 2018 (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – September 16, 2018
Great employees to work with buy management is seriously lacking. Work a minimum of 60 hrs week. No work life balance at all. Morale is very low, just a bad culture has taken over. Pay is low so people go slow on purpose just so they can the OT. Makes for very long slow days.
to many hours, work is not appreciated from management
Drafter / Designer (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – April 5, 2018
I kick myself every day for leaving Muncie. Management was top notch, co-workers were (mostly) very competent, great company culture, and very fulfilling work. I only left to relocate to my home state for a job that payed a lot more. Too bad I got laid off shortly after that.
Desktop Support Technician (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – December 11, 2017
Very nice company to work for but in the infrastructure department it was just me and my boss the department required with the metric I did would need at least 3 more people to meet their hi and fast paced demand
Draftsman (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – May 15, 2017
Muncie says a lot of things, but rarely follows through with them. Much lip service is paid towards "improving people" but the company is where you go when you are only looking for a stable job that will never change. If you want to advance, look elsewhere.
N/A (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – April 8, 2017
Mandatory overtime. You WILL be working 10 or 12 hour shifts, often 6 days a week. Managers micromanage EVERYTHING. They treat employees like dirt with absolutely NO possibility for advancement. They will make you feel like a slave.
Warehouse Coordinator (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – March 9, 2017
I worked at muncie for 3 years. I've never seen so many people quit or get fired in such a short period of time. If you do not wear a tie, you do not matter. Management are just a bunch of snakes. HR is for the company, not the employee. I could go on and on about how crooked management is. The drama at Muncie is ridiculous, it's as bad as high school at times. The work itself is not bad. You're work schedule changes constantly, so dont plan anything outside of work, unless its on a Sunday. They like to tell you to come in Saturday as you're walking out the door on friday.
Got good exercise and meet alot of intersting people.
MANAGEMENT! 10 min breaks. Little to no chance for advancement.
Senior Design Engineer (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – January 1, 2017
Muncie, has all the criteria to be great, they are tearing down the boundaries, and are moving more towards a Matrix type Organization. They are doing more and more cross training, and giving their employees more input providing more ownership.
Administrative Department Supervisor (Former Employee) – Muncie, IN – January 13, 2016
I began work at Muncie Power Products in an entry level position and worked my way up to a Supervisor. Muncie Power Products gives its employees the opportunity to grow and move up in the company, if the employee desires to do so.
Payroll Administrator (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – October 19, 2015
I love the people at Muncie Power and will miss them. I am looking for a job that will be a challenge and be supportive. I view myself as a stress junkie. The more stress the better. I enjoy new and exciting projects. I am an outside the box thinker. Any type of training or schooling is welcome.
Silo mentalities, Miscommunication or no communication
Lead Drafter II / Mechanical (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – June 27, 2014
• Solidworks 2013 and utilizing PDM for data management • 3D Modeling of parts and Assembly’s and 2D Drawings of parts and Assembly’s • Create, Revise or change 3D models of parts or assembly’s. • Geometric Tolerances, Surface finishing’s, Dimensions, Detail views, and Section views created from 3D models. • Rapid Prototyping / 3D printer • ERN/ECN and B.O.M’s
Long time successful manufacturing company that gave me an opportunity to work in a professional atmosphere.
Advertising Prod. Spvr. - Sr. Graphic Designer (Former Employee) – Muncie, IN – October 28, 2013
I enjoyed almost 7 years at this company in the same department. I was trusted with handling much of the departmental work and improved the quality and quantity of the output. Gradually added new responsibilities and was asked to supervise department after the departure of previous supervisor. I had never been a supervisor before and was not groomed for the position before being promoted. Consequently, I used the opportunity to mold the department using my own ideas. I worked with a young man just out of college and enjoyed what little collaboration we had.
Never had anyone with more knowledge of our department than I did. This made it difficult to be able to learn the ropes of management. This was my first opportunity ever to be in a supervisory role. I regret not having someone who had the experience that I could learn from.
The hardest part of this job was tracking so many necessary but underwhelimg tasks that I often felt that I did not have the time to give to my creative work.
The best part of my job was creating something that people were appreciative of and excited for. Presenting a finished project that receives very positive feedback is very rewarding.
Industry leader, good employees, community supporter
Inexperience at upper level management, Deficiency in personnel required to properly maintain business pace.