Stanley Electric
Happiness rating is 51 out of 100
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  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $500M to $1B (USD)
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 219 reviews and is evolving.


Line Worker/Production in London, OH
on September 18, 2021
Pays good, health benifits suck. Some really great people work here but overall a very toxic environment, so very glad I got out of there i would not recommend
Assembly Line Worker in London, OH
on October 3, 2021
As an assembly line worker the work is easy, just fast paced but that makes the day go by quickly. The only concerns I have with the job is poor management. Management makes dumb decisions that affect your efficiency and they go back and forth changing rules and procedures to make thing complicated. They also don't know what's going on half the time. Your team lead might tell you do something and then another manager will come over and ask why your doing it, and get upset at you for doing something you were directed by a lead to do. I'm not kidding, this happens often due to the lack of communication across the plant. Also an issues due to no fault of the plant, is the lack of work sometimes available which can lead to workers being told to go home or asked if they want to go home due to issues in the supply chain.
Operator in London, OH
on August 21, 2021
They don’t care about your families. They don’t care about the product. They just want numbers. They put so much emphasis on quality, but allow people to do whatever they want. 3rd shift management was TERRIBLE. If you’re not best friends with team leads or management, you get screwed every night.
Production Worker in London, OH
on August 1, 2021
Stanley expects you to give up life outside of work and no support from upper management on 2nd shift expect to work 7 days a week while upper management goes home on Friday not seen till monday. My coordinator works as one us and next to us and treats us no different. I been there for several years and never see upper management on floor.
Manufacturing Assembler in London, OH
on July 26, 2021
The pay is really decent especially for 3rd shift, but the insurance is not so good. Very high deductibles and then only 80/20 coverage. The work is not too physically challenging, just repetitive.

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

Nothing really except you have work experience in a factory...

Shared on June 14, 2020

Are you telling me the truth and can I as an employee depend on you as well?

Shared on May 5, 2019

Nothing that pertained to my issues that's for sure.

Shared on April 17, 2019

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