Production Worker (Former Employee) – Warner, NH – March 7, 2018
Worst place I have EVER worked. Management has no clue what's happening on the production floor or just don't care. The people that work the hardest get treated the worst. They want you to work hard, but don't want to compensate you for it. It's a sweat shop in the summer months - sometimes freezing in the winter. The equipment is older than dirt, but yet they expect perfection. Nothing is ever maintained and the only time they work on it is if it is completely broke and unusable. Even then it's just a quick fix to get it going again. I wouldn't recommend this place to my enemy!
Little compensation, no raises, clueless management, terrible working conditions and equipment, don't care about their employees
Stacker (Current Employee) – Warner, NH – June 19, 2017
Usually pretty good, to double check y work before moving it to the next person, I enjoy working for my manager, the culture is a small company and friendly, stacking the big transformers,i can usually get to work by myself.
Several Positions (Current Employee) – Warner, NH – April 10, 2017
When I started at Warner Power it was a good company to work for - Management seemed to care about the employees and the future of the company. Management now doesn't have a clue as to what is going on, nor do they communicate where we are going.
Company is going through a difficult period following acquisition. Engineering talent has moved on leaving a very larger hole. Extremely slow to respond to customer requests. Very hesitant to take on anything out of their comfort zone.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Warner, NH – November 12, 2014
Some of the management team are good to work for. Pay is good and benefits are as good as they can get. There is no real job security at this time as business is slow for them and not looking to good at this time.
Power supply assembler (Former Employee) – Warner Nh – September 21, 2012
Days can be long especially towards the end of the month. Learned allot of cross training in many dept. Management changed frequently. co-workers were nice however small town attitudes, locals don't like outsiders. Hardest part of job was maneuvering large equipment into finished cases. The most enjoyable part was always able to work on something new.
lots of company outings
constant miss managment, short parts, engineering issues, to many pet projects.
Senior production worker (Current Employee) – Warner NH – February 23, 2012
I have been with the company for seven years and management always works with us during the economic downturns. They started a Gain Sharing program about five years ago and we all benefit from the hard work we put into our jobs.
gain sharing, good wages and good benefits
there have been economic downturns, heavy overtime
This was a great place for me i learned alot of new things that helped me in other areas of my trade. I learned alot from from some of the greatest engineers i have ever worked with,as well as a great management also.