Great! Place to work if you don't mind physical work like I do. Love my co-workers and shift supervisor. Benefits and pay were wonderful. I would had only changed the swing shifts because that can be hard on families.
Good place to work until new management came in. Then it was their way and no variations. I lead a shift that work to improve on maintenance and production interaction. I was an operations maintenance coordinator, coach and supervisor. My staff or team respected me for my honesty assistance with may issues. I would occationly put on work cloths and work along with them if they were short handed.
People respected me that worked for me. Past leaders took my input.
Customer Service Manager (Former Employee) – Granville, OH – December 31, 2018
Good company overall with a competitive culture. Unfortunately, worked for a division that was sold off and quality employees were let go. Would have liked to see things end differently during my tenure.
Marketing Representative (Former Employee) – Fall River, MA – December 19, 2018
Owens Corning was a great place of employment however the bonus and commission program was constantly changing not allowing employees to reach goals due to the fact that regulations were constantly changing
Salary (Former Employee) – Toledo, OH – December 3, 2018
Goods: Pay, benefits, stock purchase plane, 401K is automatic vested 2% and match additional up to 6% for a total of 8%.
Cons: Culture, backstabbing, management will fire good employees with no warning but will hold on to bad employees for fear of a lawsuit. Work-life balance pretty bad for operations. Some managers do anything to make others look bad to get promoted.
TOTAL REWARDS LEADER (Current Employee) – Toledo, OH – November 30, 2018
Company provides lots of opportunity to contribute on cross functional projects and gain exposure to leadership. Ability to learn and lead big initiatives are provided which allows one to advance quickly in their career.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Tiffin, OH – November 30, 2018
I trained on 1st shift and then moved to 3rds. 3rd shift is a big joke. The supervisor let his lead run the show and do what she wanted. I was often thrown on jobs I hadn't been trained on and was expected to know what I was doing and to hit rate. 1 job in particular was extremely rough on the back but lead never cared. All the people you worked with were backstabbers. Talked bad about 1 person behind their back and then acted like their friend the next. Wouldn't recommend for a long time Career AT ALL.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Tiffin, OH – November 20, 2018
People are very bad for gossip. Pay is good. Hours can be long on summer days. Enjoyed the work not so much the people. Work is not hard. Just have to be willing to work. They tend not to care about the people only the work.
Area Sales Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 14, 2018
An industry leader focused on positioning its employees for success. It did become a bit overwhelming when a 3 state territory turned to a 7 state territory with no additional compensation, which is why I left.
OC is a Great place for all levels of skill. The opportunity to advance is ever present as they 'grow their people', and I am a product of that! I started in an entry level production position and within a few years moved into the QC department. As my skills developed I was awarded Quality Specialist and soon became the Quality Leader overseeing all processes protecting the integrity of our products and ensuring the highest level of customer satisfaction. I was also awarded the Customer Service Champion taking full ownership of all customer interaction!