Assembler/Production (Former Employee) – Conyers, GA – June 5, 2018
This business is not as dependable as they make it to be. When I first stared I was promised that you would be able to move up, which is not true. Then it's more like a seasonal job,, where you are only busy for maybe 4 months out the year then once the busy peak is over, you are basically scrounging for hours. The management is not that great, they play favorites a lot, no real teamwork, a lot of blaming everyone except for the people who are at fault.
Account Manager (Current Employee) – Lexington, KY – June 3, 2018
I've spent eight years with the organization and have seen many ups and downs. Currently, the company is still trying to find their sweet spot with upper management trying to still place their stamp. This has created an odd impact on the overall culture within the organization. Many of the usual suspects in power continue to be the issue with the companies consistently erratic sales and customer service issues.
Machine Operator/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Plainfield, IN – May 3, 2018
I got treated poorly by an ex co-worker and they did nothing about it except provide her with a better job in the front office. I would not recommend this place to anyone. Bad management and favoritism.
Quality and Safety Technician (Former Employee) – Plainfield, IN – April 25, 2018
When i was interviewed for the job it sounded great. I was told i would be working 7:00am to 3:30pm. I said that is great i have obligations at around 5 on certain days so this would work. So when 3:30 would role around we would be told we have to stay a mandatory of 12 hours or we would be pointed for leaving. You are also pointed for using sick days. You spend 8 to 12 hours building mattress that can weigh up to 300 lbs. Saw a lot of people end up with shoulder injuries from constant strain. The only good thing was pay.
Field Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – April 10, 2018
Great culture, relaxed environment, and good compensation. Work hours are flexible and conducive of good work life balance. Management is supportive and encouraging. A lot of travel required, but company events are top rate.
Taper (Former Employee) – High Point, NC – January 9, 2018
Along with great pay. This job also requires you to work fast pace to achieve customer orders. At times this can be stressful. So you will need a strong work ethic along with a positive mentality to make it through day by day.
Tempur Sealy Inc is a productive work space very unique place because of the fact you get to experience how the product is being made from start to finish. They take pride in safety for their employees and clients. Management team is very flexible with you they take concern in your needs and how they can make your concerns and request more accommodating to help you.
you work at Sealy for the money bottom line. It can be really stressful. the hours can be long and its very physical. Your day can 4hours or 12hours. You never know until you get to work so make sure daycare provider is cool with that before you apply.
Shift Lead/ floor supervisor (Current Employee) – Conyers, GA – August 25, 2017
Management shows favoritism towards some employees and does not treat everyone equally far. The supervisor they are hiring are doing a minimum of 6months and are leaving. Very high turn over rate in that position which leaves the leads to to all the work but not get any of the pay
Quilter (Current Employee) – Trinity, NC – August 1, 2017
work load drops significantly only getting 30 hours per week you never know when youre going in or getting off supervisors have to text workers every night and tell them what time to come in can be anywhere from 4 am to 8 am depending on work load