Depending on the department advancement is good or very poor, but most of the GBS positions are good except a few. Corp. HR management is not recommended at all employee is not trustworthy with confidential information.
Raises are better in some departments than other. Employees are great.
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Amherst, OH – March 7, 2019
The training was ridiculous. It was rushed and unorganized. The supervisor was pulled in so many directions and unavailable most of the time. Most of the people that I ran into were very friendly. The pay per hour was great.
Bad training, manager pulled in too many directions for support
Sales (Former Employee) – Salem, NH – February 19, 2019
Intense process, more work than most people can do. Many put in well over 10 hours a day, and 3 to 4 hours a weekend, just to take care of what they were required to finish within a week. There was an unrealistic expectation. This is a sweatshop if there ever was one. Stay far away.
Material Handler/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Austintown, Ohio – February 11, 2019
A lot of jobs can seem very good BEFORE you work there. Once you find out the truth, you will be disappointed. Management is a bad joke. NO real training program. Plenty of problems at this place. BEWARE!!
Staff Mechanical Engineer (Former Employee) – Concord, CA – January 20, 2019
-Ideal for those with previous work experience and are okay with flying under the radar. -Work day is 9am-5pm or 8am-5pm or 11am-7pm. -Workplace culture is casual. -Minimal career advancement for Mechanical Engineer hires. -Pay is average, plus set annual increases. -High employee turnover...
Stable Pay, Work Life Balance, Low Accountability, Great Environment to Lay Low and Collect Checks Until Retirement
Low Employee Engagement, Management, No Employee Development, High Turnover
The company is world wide, and has done just fine. But the Ohio plant will be closing the doors on this place just like Virginia did. This facility has openly been in a deficit since announcing "the big move".
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Duluth, GA – November 18, 2018
Great company that invest in it's employees and very involved in with community out reach. Great culture that allowed you to learn a unique industry that you may not heard of before. Lack of advancement due to no one leaving the company until retirement.
Member of Technical Staff, Mechanical (Former Employee) – Carlsbad, CA – September 12, 2018
Nice people, helpful management. Expected to wear many hats as an employee here, as it's a relatively small business unit, however it's owned by Nordson, which is a large global organization. Some career growth limitations within March.
Nice people, great for gaining experience
Advancement Oppportunities, lacks sufficient staffing to keep up with demands
Machinist (Former Employee) – Austintown, OH – September 11, 2018
I worked at the Austintown plant as a machinist. I was treated very fairly by the management and my coworkers. Everyone wants to see you succeed at your job. Your success is the company's success. The benefits were middle of the road. There's room to grow with the company. I would have stayed but my future was not in Austintown,OH
Decent benefits, good people, room for growth, tuition reimbursement, 401k, 40+ hr paychecks.
No sitting, standing on concrete floors, management changes.