Heavy Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Conyers, GA – August 8, 2018
Fast paced, Swing shift, lack of schedule and shift work disorder, steady work, always will make your hours, Job security, not a lack of communication from bosses and supervisor to employees, In house promotions.
Maintenence Mechanic (Former Employee) – Albert Lea, MN – August 1, 2018
I was hired as a temp there on overnights for maintenance and there was this guy that they stuck me with and he straight up from the beginning tried sabotaging my employment there because for what the reason I have no idea I tried to tell people on days like my supervisor other co-workers about this and they all just looked at me like I was crazy and soon enough and I gotten bad enough where this passive-aggressive individual he convinced my boss our boss that I was just wasting time or screwing things up or something because one day I got to call not to go to work because of time management they said. And the stuff we will the guy that you cannot work with literally he won't even talk to you and they just don't believe anything you say because they're all over the whole brotherhood and you're just an outsider that doesn't mean squat to them they treat you like garbage and someone who does not belong.
Hostile work environment, shady pepole, poor management., unfair in every category.
Customer Service Manager (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – July 31, 2018
Pratt Industries is a strong, solid company. Pratt strives to achieve complete customers satisfaction through high standards like ISO compliance. The office environment is friendly - staff members know each other well. The GM was very flexible with time off needed for appointments, etc. Department members worked as a team both inside their department but also across the other departments. Excellent place to work.
Automatan labeler operator (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – July 22, 2018
It really good place to work they got they take cash out on a company luncheon want to you're at like one of the zoos or something like that we have microwave luncheons to go over numbers and to see how we're doing
Regional Driver (Former Employee) – Valparaiso, IN – July 21, 2018
most everything regarding drivers pay is a lie. you wont receive any bonuses or raises as they publish in their manual when hired. They have donald trump syndromes. Everything is ...your fired. Just read their employee manual.
Operator Assistant (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – July 20, 2018
Machines rigged to run then break down and supervisors expect you to pull a rabbit out the hat. They don't pay workman's comp so Id advise you to be careful working there cause they fire the wounded soldiers
Maintenance Mechanic (Former Employee) – Florence, KY – July 17, 2018
I was at pratt for 3 years long hot hours not enough pay for your skills to many steps to get parts they want machine to run but don't want to spend money on parts they preach safety but will run machines in unsafe conditions to meet production needs
It's too hot for the pay they only start you off with $10 an hour and the break room does not have air in it it's really sitting on the outside and the work area nothing surrounding it the manager would go and tell one of his favorite employees about hoovering to get fired and for the type of work that you do you would think that they will pay you at least $12 an hour to start off you cannot get ahead by working at this company because the paycheck will be show some week because they let you out very early it's not 12 hour job every week you may bring home 250 a week so do not expect to make more money it is to hot in the GREENVILLE building
Sorter (Former Employee) – Duncan, SC – June 26, 2018
Temporary services can't fill these positions. Most people leave at or before the first break on the first day. I lasted 3 weeks. That was too long. It was, to say the least, the most demeaning and disgusting job I have ever had and management wouldn't provide coveralls, though the temp service told me they would. They also discouraged me buying my own. It's so hot in the building they were afraid of the liability if I had a heat related complication like heat stroke.