US Tool Group
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  • CEO
    Bruce Williams
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
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  • Headquarters
  • Link
    US Tool Group website
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Rating is calculated based on 101 reviews and is evolving.



IT Analyst in Farmington, MO
on September 16, 2022
Everyone is just a cog in the machine unless you are upper management. Then it's the ol' boy's club. Not a lot of support from management, but as long as you can get your work done and not ruffle feathers, you can get by.
Material Handler in Palmdale, CA
on November 15, 2022
Sucks u work extra hard just to be told u are still not doing anything. Underpaid working 10 hours a day toxic work place no chance of advancing at all just work.
Sales in Farmington, MO
on September 8, 2022
A typical day at work includes, quoting, expediting, placing orders, following up with suppliers. Some managers care about commission at the expense of the customer. The workplace culture is toxic, the hardest part of the job is knowing that no matter what, everyone is replaceable. The most enjoyable part of the job having coworkers that are supportive.
Tool Crib Attendant in Lake Charles, LA
on May 9, 2022
So much drama and being treated like a kid. And when you go to a higher up to address the situation. They don't really care. when there is nothing to do, they expect you to dilly dally with your fingers because they dont like people reading, looking at phones, color, word search, studying, nothing at all.
Adapting CNC Machinist in Farmington, MO
on March 10, 2022
Incompetency runs wild. Very few people know what they are doing in management, but they are fairly friendly. The pay is abysmal. When I worked there, we were on OT (including Saturdays) for 2 years. Very nepotistic. It always seemed like they wanted more and gave you less.

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