Project Manager (Current Employee) – Oshkosh, WI – November 13, 2018
It's a stable company with a People First culture and flexible working hours. Employees at Oshkosh are proud and overall loyal. However, there's this feeling of constantly working in a reactionary environment. Improvements tend to be made slowly which is probably one of the most difficult things to deal with.
Summer Help (Former Employee) – McConnellsburg, PA – November 18, 2018
They have a great summer program for graduating teens going off to college. The position is Summer Help and I think your pay is $12/hr for 40 hours only two months or you can extend it till your move-in date at college.
WELDER (Current Employee) – Blair, NE – November 5, 2018
Overall not a bad place to work. Work environment is rather constant, and the people I worked with all got along and there was a team spirit and comradery there. A few small irritating things, like how they do the holidays and vacation days, and sometimes there are miscommunications between shifts, but not huge issues.
Director, Global Network Services (GNS) (Current Employee) – Oshkosh, WI – November 2, 2018
Employees care about company and products. Strong branding of products in the industry cultivating a strong employee moral around the delivery of solutions that cover military, emergency and municipal products.
Materials Coordinator (Current Employee) – Appleton – October 19, 2018
Currently work for Pierce manufacturing, I honestly love the day to day tasks and challenges of my role. It's the culture and deceptive upper management that ruin it. You see the companies true colors after a while and it's ugly. Every employee is just a number to them.
All the overtime in the world, good mid level management, great coworkers
Mechanical Engineer (Design and Instruct) (Former Employee) – Clearwater, FL – October 18, 2018
you know what is expected and you show up everyday to focus and meet those goals. All the tools needed for you accomplish that goal is provided. Time flexibility is the typical corporate policy. Large umbrella company so your value is by your badge number not your skill set.
Great atmosphere, good employees, very clean, organized
Segment Commodity Manager (Current Employee) – Dodge Center, MN – October 15, 2018
Great company with products that elicit national pride. Be very careful which business units you decide to work, as some are modern, well funded with solid processes and technology. Others are stuck in the 80s, underfunded, with horrible cultures.
Lack of upwards mobility -no Director positions in various Segments / Depts..
Senior Manager (Current Employee) – Oshkosh, WI – October 8, 2018
Oshkosh does a great job of balancing work with time off. As a leader they also offer me a great deal of autonomy on the job. Oshkosh's only area for improvement is in base salary. They do, however, have a very good bonus structure base on company performance.
Sr Project Engineer for New Product Development (Former Employee) – Dodge Center, MN – September 19, 2018
I worked with great people, who where limited in their ability to make good decisions by corporate overseers. the local HR at McNeilus was a complete joke. They were puppets of corporate and could/would not make any decision on their own.
Marketing Intern (Former Employee) – Oshkosh, WI – September 18, 2018
Oshkosh Corporation gave me the opportunity to intern for two years, under the Director of Communications. Under his leadership and mentorship, I learned that details matter. I learned how to effectively communicate to audiences small and large, and I am thankful for the time he spent, and the company spent, invested in my personal growth.
Coordinator (Former Employee) – Oshkosh, WI – August 30, 2018
They treat the union employees as Expendables if they get injured at work they deny the injury and say it happened outside of work or was a pre-existing condition. They treat the coordinators as pawns don't plan on having a good work life here.