You will never have a social life with all the surprise overtime they throw at you an hour before leaving on Fridays. Temps never get hired in unless they can run a machine yet supervisors will not let temps run machines. Some temps have been there over 2 years and never hired in.
Corporate Accounting Intern (Former Employee) – Valley City, OH – February 18, 2018
Growing business with highly involved top management Employees; friendly, helpful and engaged Compensation; pays well Benefits: great 401K - vesting and match Company offers a lot of benefits including a very comprehensive wellness program
Tool & Die Maker (Former Employee) – Pendergrass, GA – February 11, 2018
Even though this was a fast-paced workplace most repair jobs were done in a timely manner even though most of the equipment didn't work properly. Management was told about this and promises were made but repairs just never seemed to get done. All in all, this made it twice as hard to complete repairs on tooling.
They suck , they produce an inferior product, hardly anything passed inspection, wont give you a straight answer about being hired when 90 days probation is up , just keep stalling about putting you on full time they suck they suck they suck, you want me to go on ? They suck
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Dickson, TN – October 25, 2017
You were expected to live your job 24/7. Most Managers concentrated on pointing fingers at other departments if something was wrong instead of trying to work together as a team. If everyone would have put as much effort in working together as a team instead of tearing each other down then it would be a decent place to work.
IT Sr Security Admin and Audit Coordinator (Current Employee) – Valley City, OH – October 5, 2017
Working for Shiloh takes High Energy, eagerness to learn and willing to challenge yourself. As an Automotive company in an IT environment Demand is high and Changes are frequent and swift. Over all a great place to work and friendly environment
Working at Shiloh for the past 3 years I have met alot of good people .Learned a lot of thing working for Shiloh ..This company is not where I see myself retiring from I've worked here going on 3years for 11.40 making ends meet no it's time for a change with better pay & benefits
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Bowling Green, KY – September 7, 2017
I liked my job at Shiloh.I was there at the start up of the factory( 6yrs).I started as a press operator and worked my way up to supervisor/team leader. The only reason I left was a disagreement with one of the managers. I wish he would have left instead of me!