Assembly Line Worker (Current Employee) – Kapolei, HI – October 19, 2018
If i could give no stars i would. DO NOT work at the Hawaii location. The operations manager is useless and doesn’t know what he’s doing and isn’t professional at all. He likes to be a know it all. Just waiting till the day he leaves. The company won’t even pay to get the AC fixed in our building for a million dollar company. Pay sucks and cut hours to. People stay because we’re just “comfortable” but sometimes enough is enough.
Good established company, great benefits, unskilled management.
Receiver/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Fredericksburg, VA – September 30, 2018
unskilled management resulted in low moral with co workers. High employee turnover due to workplace culture not being practiced. Although there is lack of properly skilled management, I increased my skill levels in all areas of shipping and receiving and OSHA guidelines. I enjoy my co workers and always willing to help in other areas whenever needed. Great employee benefits
Great employee benefits.
Unskilled management. not following all OSHA requirements
Serta Simmons was a good job starting off. They gave you a ton of hours and there was plenty of work to be done. However, there is no chance of learning new jobs or advancement. I did appreciate and like the company but the management is not the greatest.
Plenty of work and Hours
Disorganzed, Poor Management, 11hr shifts most of the time
capper (Current Employee) – Grovetown, GA – September 4, 2018
In search of another job due to lack of hours. It is an comfortable place to work but just desire to make more money to provide for my family. I value love the daytime hrs but just isn’t enough to provide.
Retail Sales Specialist (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 3, 2018
Since the merger of Serta and Simmons this company has become a corporate nightmare. They are only interested in profits and over the last 2 years have dropped in quality of product. Employees are working 2 jobs for the price of one. Very stressful!
The ability to make your own schedule and work from home.
Multiple "big brother" like ways of watching your performance. Including GPS.
Maintenance (Current Employee) – Moreno Valley, CA – August 27, 2018
Maintenance as usual, they call maintenance for just about everything. Which is funny. SSB has no problem sending you to training when needed. Upper management has attitude issues and does not listen to the employees who are doing the work down on the floor. Work place culture is old union strange. Hardest part of the job is management. Most enjoyable part of working at SSB are the employees, once they get to know you.
Recieving (Former Employee) – Grovetown – August 25, 2018
No training and expect to do the job correctly. There is no supervisor leadership. Expect more for less pay. The people you work with are so unwelcoming. Make you feel unwanted. The turnover for this position is frequently, because no one trains you properly.
Mattress Builder (Current Employee) – Fife, wa – August 15, 2018
There lie straight to your face. Do not care for employee opinions or ideas even when shown wrong/better. Very poor managment . Way to much gossip Supervisers and plant managers do not understand how to talk to their employees. Will yell, scream at employees in front of entire crew very unprofessional. People quit there everyday due to lack of respect for employees and other issues.
Worker (Former Employee) – Jamestown, NY – August 13, 2018
no help from management you are on your own very hard place to work the heat and AC never works well cold in the winter and very hot in the summer also this plant will be closing soon due to the merge with Serta Simons
Inspection (Current Employee) – Riviera Beach, FL – July 31, 2018
Could be a great place to work if properly managed. And better hours with fair pay. They treat employees as if they're working at a plantation. 15min breaks are cut down to 13min at the sounds of horns to get started on production. And the same for 30min lunch breaks cut down to 28min. Uncomfortable and intimidating conditions when management hovers over employees with stop watches to rush production
Was a decent place to work, but no real perks or anything. This plant was unionized, so that hurt all of the people wouldn't join the union (it was optional). Now, I hear they have closed down and moved to Charlotte, NC.
Shipping Supervisor (Former Employee) – Batesville, MS – July 28, 2018
Working with this company has been challenging and a great learning experience. I started as a hourly worker and moved up a salary employee. SSB is building production as it is ordered and shipped the next day.