Supervisor (Current Employee) – Oregon – November 5, 2018
Demanding company with high standards, they are highly regulated, and have strong policies for everything. They have a fantastic training program for leaders but don't send people until they have been with the company usually for over 2 years. The days are long and can be stressful, it can be hard to feel like you are appreciated, or doing will. A better on-boarding program would be very helpful.
Millwright (Former Employee) – Idabel, OK – November 5, 2018
You go to work every day wondering who is going to try to fire you. You are expected to do 60 hours of work in 20. Everything is falling apart and the parts you do actually get are wrong 70% of the time. Any REAL Millwright with self esteem and pride in his work should avoid this place.
Craftsman (Current Employee) – Millport, AL – November 5, 2018
I work with people who are lazy and complain about there jobs and tasks which puts more work on us they are too reliant on us to fix their mistakes and clean up after them. Management is too non-confrontational so when you bring up issues up to them about other co-workers not doing their jobs or making too many mistakes they say nothing to them.
938 operator (Current Employee) – Emerson, AR – October 5, 2018
The job is very stressful and they only care about production they do not care about the safety of the employees. The management is very poor and they are careless. The work place culture is like being in a prison. The best part of the day is leaving
Information Resource Associate (Former Employee) – Ayden, NC – August 30, 2018
I worked for Weyerhaeuser for many years. I worked production then worked in an office setting. I enjoyed the skills that was learned there. Meeting new people was rewarding and working in a team environment was priceless.