Buyer (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – October 19, 2018
The training is terrible. They expect you to perform like a star with little to no training. There are double standards on everything. If you are not already friends with management or are not good at kissing up, then don't waste your time. They speak of integrity and team work but have no actual clue what that means. Management will roll you under the bus in a heartbeat to save their own skin.
Engineering Intern (Former Employee) – County Tyrone – August 28, 2018
Challenging projects with plenty of scope to move around within the business. Hardest part about the job is sometimes a lack of visibility/communication between departments, difficult at times to know what is happening on a daily basis. Management and people skills is very good, although sometimes felt like they were being stretched a bit thin. Alot of meetings and work for different projects internally and externall going on at the one time.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – July 30, 2018
Poor management, over work employees, lied bout work shifts, show extreme favoritism, supervisor are bullies, no personal time for doctors appointments, if a doctors appointment was necessary you get wrote up etc
Fitter/Welder (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – July 18, 2018
Loved learning to build things from Master Welders and then welding them out within the required tolerances required by blueprint. When I first started working for them I worked down on the rollers by welding the teeth on them that tear up the highways before they re-construct them so I have some stick welding experience with eventually going over to aluminum welding.
Had a full service cafe with breakfast in the morning when I got off.
Welder (Current Employee) – Durand, MI – July 3, 2018
Building feeder decks for Terex Simplicity welding them and also taking them together subparts on clean metal working with a fixture table and a lot of fixtures on top Tech in together and Welding out Simplicity decks
Free lunch more work hours overtime uniform free helmet too well with Supply included
Do not pay enough for the job make you wait a long time to get up to $22 an hour
Production Control Coordinator I (Current Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – July 2, 2018
There is plenty of work for everyone to do and lots of opportunity to volunteer for upcoming projects. There is always cross-training to cover shortages outside of the department where an employee works. All of the managers strive to make sure the environment a safe place to work so if you are doing something you know you shouldn't in the area just don't do it. We have a diverse workforce so religion, race, color doesn't matter. We are all here to make a great quality product and we all as a whole make a difference in this product. At least half the concrete mixers in the United States are produced right here at our facility in Fort Wayne, IN.
Monthly celebrations of birthdays and periodic celebrations of landmarks reached by the team
Experimental Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Waverly, IA – June 27, 2018
Most people that worked there assembled cranes. Other departments painted and welded. The testing department and ran tests on new equipment. Management was horrible. They tried to over manage everything.
I loved working where I worked but I didn't like the company I worked for
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – June 11, 2018
My work there was I in the morning went to meeting with management of Mercedes to see what needed to be done that day and what happened the night before then I would go fix what carriers was in my lockout to get them back in production then if I could I would start doing pms on different carriers to make sure everything was in good shape or sometimes I would have to go repair parts of the bus line before they broken completely and shut assembly line down then I would do what repairs they wanted me to do that day
Tempature controlled plant, all of Mercedes like me, and they would help me if I needed help
My company didn't give me quotes on things that I asked for
Finance Director (Former Employee) – Dayton, OH – May 23, 2018
Terex is a diversified manufacturer of many different products and world class brand names. There are great opportunities for advancement and relocation between the various business segments and geographic locations. Terex has an extremely active and interesting acquisition history. Unfortunately this can lead to difficulties in integrating all the different systems, people,functions and company cultures.