Mobile Lighting Technician (Current Employee) – Oskaloosa, IA – March 6, 2018
Cool people to work with and if you're in office very friendly, but if you're in mobile you're gone all the time and they try to work with when you want days off but things could change last min. Pay for all that you have to do or deal with is not what it should be should be more.
working under free flow communication among team mambers
Finance Director (Former Employee) – Oskaloosa, IA – January 25, 2017
- Worked friendly team members with free flow communication - Learned communication skills among team members - Sales oriented management - Typical mid-west culture; less willing to understand foreign culture - Management's closed attitude toward foreign business environment
Community Partner (Former Employee) – Oskaloosa, IA – November 7, 2016
I learned that sometimes doing a job that you don't like is for the best. It helps you achieve the goals you really want. I loved working particularly with the community. It gave me a new prospective on what a community needs.
White room (Former Employee) – Muscatine, IA – September 27, 2016
I loved working at musco, it was my favorite job yet. I did not want to leave, Although I was a Temp, it is extremely hard to get on full-time. It would have been great to get offerd a full-time position, but that all depends on Oskaloosa, IA. For an open position. They treat the employees like family and they work with them, great environment. Its all about team work. We Make It Happen fits very well, they stand for who they are. I ONLY, WISH, to go back.
Warehouse Inventory Assistant (Current Employee) – Muscatine, IA – September 12, 2016
Voted best place to work in Muscatine for the past 10+ years... Very family friendly company with good insurance and competitive pay. Have been here for 15+ years. Only limited amount of advancement opportunities available.
Lighting Technician (Former Employee) – Iowa – January 7, 2016
They say you'll have a schedule, you wont. They say you'll be home some, you wont. Listing says 200+ days away, it's closer to 300+ days away. When your home you're still required to work in town even after being gone a month or more.
Over all a good company that takes care of employees and customers
Controls Product Development Engineering (Former Employee) – West Chicago, IL – November 19, 2015
Over all a good company that takes care of employees and customers. The owners care about their employees but this is not carried down thru middle management I worked for. These middle managers took credit for my work. They held me back form moving forward so they could continue to feed off my knowledge base.
The owners care about their employees
Middle managment does not care about their employees.
Aluminum Welder (Former Employee) – Muscatine, Ia – November 18, 2015
Probably the most family oriented company on the planet, they have good employee and company relationship, always there to help when you need it, at work and home life. Learned a lot about the product became good friends with a lot of good people.Loved working there.
Had perks and employee appreciative meals every year.
lacked proper pay raises and a lot of waist every day.
Test Engineer (Current Employee) – Batavia, IL – March 26, 2015
Overall, Musco is a pretty good company to work for. They have a very people-centric minded view, but I sometimes found a disconnect between policy and execution. And some things were a little weird. For instance, when I started I got 9 vacation days, not 10, but had 3 personal days thrown in that I could take like vacation days. So not bad, just... weird.
Field Technician (Current Employee) – Irving, CA – September 25, 2014
While working as a Field Technician you are paid an average starting salary but they work you a minimum 60 hrs. a week. Most of the time more than that. I have never worked a 40 hr. week. You are gone at least 6 days a week and as the week goes they keep piling on more tasks to get done. Management expects you to work all the time even during family emergencies but they don't follow their own unwritten rules. Lots of racist and sexist remarks from Management also when using temp workers on job sites. Too many family members show up for work but I wouldn't actually say they work too much. Sometimes you work in very dangerous situations and there is no regard for OSHA rules and regulations. Try complaining to HR and it falls on deaf ears.