Welder/Fabricator (Former Employee) – Hudson mi – October 1, 2018
It was a good place for me to start at( I started working in the Hudson MI plant when I graduated HS). But it just went down hill from there. The management is not good at all. And the new general manager doesn't know what he's doing.
Contractor (Former Employee) – North Andover, MA – August 16, 2018
I worked for Watts Water Technologies as a contract Marketing Content Specialist. Management was very helpful with providing work, but it was always expected that you understood the product line completely to do your job. That was a big con. The plus revolved around the company culture as well as the people I worked with.
company culture. People.
product/industry knowledge expected. Very little support
Picker,packer, auditor, and loader (Former Employee) – Spindale, NC – June 22, 2018
Watts warehouse was fast paced, the work was never done as new orders are always coming in, which makes for great job security. You must be prepared to work long hours and weekends when needed however, the management is supportive and helpful and the other employees make working here enjoyable it truly is a family at Watts.
I work there for a long time and enjoyed it at first. Worked a lot of hours and didn't have a lot of time for my family. It used to be a fun place to work but now there is way too much drama. Upper management is not caring at all.
Good benefits if you are full time.
If you disagree with management, you won't last long.
Great learning experience, horrible treatment of temp workers
Powder Coat Technician (Former Employee) – Export, PA – April 6, 2018
Worked in powder coat department ,learned alot we had a great team. Learned new skills worked in many departments management promises but don't deliver. permanant workers treated temps cruel and horrible. Hardest part of job was keep up to fast pacework enviornment and long hours.Only got a descent pay check if you worked 60+ hours a week . Not many, if any permanant workers did voluntary overtime ,that's why the company uses temp workers .Permanant workers only did overtime when it was mandatory!!!!!!!!!!! ADVICE TO MANAGEMENT HIRE PEOPLE !!!!!!! DON'T USE TEMP WORKERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Materials Lead (Current Employee) – Franklin, NH – April 3, 2018
Watts, like most Manufacturing facilities these days, is doing their best to become more lean. Unfortunately, they have yet to discover that being lean does not mean you need to reduce manpower and continually pile an unrealistic amount of work onto a smaller crew.
Parts Cleaner (Former Employee) – Franklin, NH – April 2, 2018
I had to wear ear and eye protection because is was very loud in there. With what I did I had to wear gloves and a smock so I didn't spill the cleaner on my closes. I had to scrub parts all day with a metal brisal brush to clean the water valves. Had to rinse them off with water, dry them off with rags and dry them with an air hose.
Business Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Remote – March 5, 2018
I found Watts to strike a good balance between pushing for growth with ambitious targets while exercising the wisdom to re-calibrate their goals in light of new information to ensure that projects were executed successfully.
Cnc setup and operator (Former Employee) – Franklin, NH – March 3, 2018
long hours, learned that you don't work as a team my immediate supervisor was inappropriate, you were timed when you went to the bathroom hardest job through the day was showing up the most enjoyable was leaving