Quality Edge
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About the company

  • Founded
    1989
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $25M to $100M (USD)
  • Industry
    Manufacturing
  • Link
    Quality Edge website
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Rating overview

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4.3320184.3320192.3320204.502021

Reviews

Machine Operator in Walker, MI
on November 4, 2021
I worked there for a year and a half, the people I worked with were great. The pay way solid if you work hard. I was able to learn new roles and cross train in multiple departments. The employees helped make the day go by fast and it felt like a family. However there are serious issues with the management that need changing.
Operations Manager in Walker, MI
on January 14, 2021
This is by far the best place to work. Cannot imagine any workplace better in terms of leadership, integrity, employee development, work-life harmony, quality products & services provided to the customers (start from the customer and work backwards). If you are customer centric, innovative, love working as a team, enjoy developing others, enjoy lean and six sigma, enjoy rewarding good work, you will most definitely love working at Quality Edge. This company treats employees with a ton of empathy and genuinely supports their development. Quality Edge pays far better than the competition.
Regional Sales Representative in Minnesota
on November 10, 2020
Job security and advancementNot Good!!CultureChanges happen slowOverallThings at QE are changing for the worst. The Corporate office makes changes in the field without asking the sales team their thoughts.Also you get less & less money when it comes to your commission pay.
Certified HiLo (Forklift) Operator in Walker, MI
on May 24, 2020
This place I didn't mind working for, but it is HIGHLY unmotivative and life-draining along with unethical expectations. The pay is pretty bad and is unionized. You have potential to make more money, but the only way you'll be doing that is if you are literally working yourself to death doing the job. It's very physically demanding and they don't mind writing you up even if the numbers for the business on paper are slower and you're not hitting youproduction numbers. I will never again work for this place nor will I ever recommend this place to work at.
Machine Operator in Grand Rapids, MI
on January 26, 2020
If you are willing to keep yourself busy and productive it is relatively easy to make a good wage here. Experience with roll form and working with metals is helpful, but if you can keep the machine running and box up parts with a stapler you will do well for yourself.

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