Product Engineer (Current Employee) – Maple Shade, NJ – April 12, 2018
I worked at Stonhard for about 1.5 years, was treated fairly but not compensated with an engineer's salary, not much opportunity for advancement in the Technical Service group at the time of my joining due to the young age of the current management
great pay and benefits on a draw, very tough standards to hit from Corporate, that's why sales turnover is unreal.
Sales/Project Manager (Former Employee) – Maple Shade, NJ – June 19, 2018
Strict standards for sales quotas/quotes per week. No excuses. Expect to work most holidays and weekends to complete installs. Never expect a worry free vacation. You are in charge so keep your phone on always bc if something goes wrong, it's your fault. Make sure to get in writing from a manager if you are asked to do something "unethical" or crossing the line for company standards. You WILL be asked to do these things and will need a non company email address to cover yourself when told to do something wrong. Excellent benefits! The best! Good money if you are in a good industrial area.
Very poor place to work with no concern for employee safety and exposure to serious health hazards
Temporary Worker (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – April 11, 2018
Very poor place to work with no care for employee safety to hazards exposed to. No MSDS paperwork posted anywhere or available to the employees. When management is questioned about the paperwork and the proper masks being supplied they choose to let you go and fire you. OSHA needs to investigate the situation at the Fort Wayne Facility.
Very poor pay and very unsafe exposure to hazards.
Production Supervisor (Current Employee) – Maple Shade, NJ – May 22, 2017
A typical work day I never the same, we have different types of chemicals we produce to create flooring. Stonhard is my first job in the chemical field so I've learned different chemical types and how they react. Management is good, its always ways to improve. The workplace culture is fun, but we get the jobs complete. The hardest part of my job is different personalities. The most enjoyable is having holidays off.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, In – October 5, 2016
Management unbearable, favoritism unbelievable, safety program is a joke, and pay is only above poverty level if you work over-time. Questions left unanswered, problems never find solutions, run by uneducated managers, discrimination is profound. Sexist, racist, and general negative comments are the daily routine. No reward for hard work.
Visimaxx marker (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – June 5, 2016
Stohard haves a lot of problems that they need to fix with in the company. I learn how to look for different types of safety hazards in what is bad for your body to take in. I management is very reasonable with having days off but there is a lot of favoritism with in the company. For the most part some of the workers are real good workers. The hardest part with working for Stonhard is the hours. The best part about working for stonhard is the pay check.
Workload and responsibilities are high, but the salary is too low.
Sales Coordinator (Current Employee) – Maple Shade, NJ – October 1, 2015
Constantly working and busy throughout the entire day. The salesmen are also project managers, which require two different skill sets. Most are usually not good at the project management part of their job which directly effects you and makes your job more difficult. The good, smart, dependable, and capable admins don't stay long due to the low salaries especially compared to the responsibilities and no room for advancement. Great position to develop your project management skills. The company has some good perks like lots of holidays off and a pension after five years. They support many charities which is nice.
Holidays off, decent benefits
Low salary, no room for advancement, no leaving the department
I loved traveling, and working with the crew. this job is not for a family man and must have endurance to do manual labor and learn chemical compounds that adheres to concrete. Some job sites Include Military bases and N.A.S.A so some security clearance is needed.