Builder (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – April 8, 2019
My years at weller were for the most part alright. I enjoyed it at the beginning because it was family owned. It was soon after bought out by a large corporation and thats when i didnt enjoy the atmosphere any longer
Core Runner (Former Employee) – Walker, MI – November 1, 2018
your average day would consist of getting yelled at for not being perfect, then even if you got your daily work completed on time the supervisor would find something else to yell at you for. absolutely horrible place to work unless you like brown nosing to the upper management to still just be a number to them.
Transmission rebuilder (Former Employee) – Grandville mi – December 15, 2017
I started here and was looking forward to working here. It seems like a good company at first. They have line leaders which are supposed to lead the line. Well all mine did was have a bad attitude when I asked a question. I made it there 9 days. It was a very dirty job they just wanted someone to do their dirty work so the higher up people can stay clean. Most of the people stand around and dont do anything while you work
Free lunch if sales are met
1 pay raise per year, no health insurance for 60 days. Have to buy your own tools.
Rebuilder (Current Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – December 10, 2017
Management really cares about their employees. Great company to work for. Yes, Weller has grown incredibly but they have not lost the small family run business feel. Very easy to address upper management with any concerns.
Rebuilder/Techician (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – December 8, 2017
Typical day consisted of rebuilding valve bodies in the Allison department. Tear down, rebuild, run vb to get correct RPMs. Laid back environment, awesome co-workers, bosses. Lots of room for advancement/learning new things. Lunch once a month when sales are met. Random gifts given. Weller truly cares about its employees. I loved my time at Weller and would recommend it as a great place to work.
Relaxed enviromemt, Coworkers, Bosses, Benefits, Room for advancement, Lunches once a month when sales are met
QUALITY ASSURANCE INSPECTOR (Current Employee) – Wyoming, MI – January 23, 2017
Great place but the inability of management to plan makes some days difficult. due to the size of the company, often times, communication can be pushed to wayside as a result many times tasks are not completed and the amount of time playing catch-up can be rather obscene.