Welder (Former Employee) – Lafayette, IN – September 19, 2018
Was a very demanding and hard place to work. In some cases they worked to give us more time off to be with our family and friends . But would promise alot then snatch it right from under you! Profit Sharing and days off were the real big ones!Then Supervission and other personel including HR, will do you dirty as well.
Roofer (Former Employee) – Goshen, IN – September 18, 2018
I loved working there it was People link who took me off my assignment instead of replacing my position with someone else. I roof set. And i know that i could've went farther but due to my seizures they didnt find that my safety was reassured.
Manufacturing Engineer (Former Employee) – Lafayette, IN – September 14, 2018
Encountered many lower management changes and observed confusing middle management activity. Some of the engineering and technical employees were very talented but most tended to leave after a couple of years. Most of the hourly workers are low skilled and require work instructions with job assignments to be adjusted accordingly.
Floors assembly (Former Employee) – Lafayette, IN – September 4, 2018
Wabash National Corporation is a good place to work depending where one is put. Sometimes one may get a very disrespectful supervisor or coordinator, it doesn’t matter as long as you work. Most people start at wabash as a temporary worker through an agency, that being the case, I highly recommend that for the first 90 days you keep your attendance in order as it will have a major effect in getting hired on and moving up the ladder. Besides one being hired on one doesn’t move up unless they become a welder or painter or forktrck drive. Wabash National is a good place to gain experience and has good benefits as long as one is responsible with their attendance and performance.
Good benefits, paid time off, raises, optional career advancement through welding, painting, or forktruck driving
Many disrespectful managers, favoritesim, and drama in the work place, the environment can be hazardous around welders and paint booth
WELDER (Former Employee) – Fond du Lac, WI – August 29, 2018
I worked at wabash national for four years. The worst part apart from the bosses and the lack of tools was the fact that there isnt proper ventilation in their entire shop causing you to breathe in countless amounts of dust from the trymer, which isnt toxic in small doses but if ingested in copious amounts leads to lung cancer. Pay is good but if you dont care about your health
Laborer (Former Employee) – Lafayette, IN – August 21, 2018
It can be very fast pace and could be fun it just depends on the people you work with it can also be very stressful and some people do not like new people and they don’t like to help the new people out
Assembler (Former Employee) – Lafayette, IN – August 14, 2018
When I was working at wabash supervisors didn't care most times if certain employees came in late or never came in ppe was great but I seen that Wabash had there favorites employees there and would treat some of us unfairly and i couldnt learn other jobs like I was told I worked threw resource mfg it could of been differently if I went threw Wabash its self learning new jobs quicker but I didnt like how I was being treated
Couldnt smoke on property and treated unfairly and couldnt learn different jobs
Assembly Line Worker/Production (Former Employee) – Lafayette, IN – July 30, 2018
Wabash is a wonderful place. The quality n quantity in the work area equals out . I believe ,i was one of the most reliable,strongest, approachable, adaptive women leader for axel boogie(air chambers) . i loved and love that job for how much i was compensated for something so easy or enjoyed.Beginning was tough then i adapted & turn it to my everyday workout. Overall i would love to go full-time. I love this job so much that it felt like family.higly recommend.
Welder (Former Employee) – Fond du Lac, WI 54935 – July 19, 2018
No room for advancement, poor management, if you don't click with upper management your stay is short lived. Ok pay and benefits. Long hours and 6 day work weeks make for no life outside of work. Upper management walks around like they are better than anyone working on the floor.