Rewind Operator (Current Employee) – Ohio – August 12, 2018
This o this place not bad I like my job but I just don't like second shift I been here 2 years I hate to leave but this shift not for me anymore I would recommend this job to anyone who's looking and don't mind second shift
Pressman Operator (Current Employee) – McMinnville, OR – April 6, 2018
You will never be more than a body at RB. People come so fast and often leave faster. Management is all based off one biased manager who is single handily destroying the company. He has ran many hard working dedicated employees off on his own. And, upper management doesn't care or chooses to not to see it. I give this company ten years before their parents company shuts them down. That's what the city wants look at how the city is pushing them around with all the advancements in the area that doesn't include RB.
If you can hack it you got a job no one else wants.
There was no culture in this place in fact people scarcely spoke to one another save to complain about some aspect of the job. It was hot in the summer and cold in the winter. It was loud and dirty, management is more often than not impossible to locate and once found essentially useless in terms of problem solving capabilities. But the job was easy so that is a plus and the wage is about $1.75 more per hour than the average wage of factory temp jobs.
H/R Assistant (Former Employee) – McMinnville, OR – November 10, 2017
Ultimate RB is a very interesting and great place to work. I love the fact that it is a totally green company- recycling tires for new products, and there is no waste. I learned a lot about recycling. I had a wonderful boss, and there was a really good rapport among the employees and staff.
Lots of hours and overtime there. Worked long hours was about the hardest thing. Overall management was good. Work place culture was good people got along, jobs got done. Learned how to operate and trouble shoot hydraulic press.