Worthington Ag Parts
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Worthington Ag Parts Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1964
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $25M to $100M (USD)
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Reviews

Sheller operator, Manufacturing Production Technicians in Sikeston, MO
on December 24, 2019
A balance between fast pace and slow at times, can be very demanding but overall a good place to work. A typical day involves stocking parts and preparing orders to be shipped out either through using boxes or sometimes pallets for the bigger items like motors or transmissions. Large shipments of this type require the use of a drill, 2x4 boards and banding. Smaller shipment items can be shipped in boxes. We make our own packing for parts from old magazines and typing paper. We use a computer system to determine how the package is shipped and which carrier is the cheapest. The staff is friendly in general and the job is challenging but overall a good place to work with decent wages to start off.
Assistant Manager in Watertown, SD
on May 23, 2019
Great company to work for, very family oriented work environment, wonderful management team, great team to work for and work with, excellent management team building
Parts Puller in Leeseburg, IN
on March 26, 2019
It takes a rare bread to do what the job asks of you on a day to day basis. I worked in leeseburg for about 2 and a half years and I personally struggled with not having the knowledge of some of the tasks I had to accomplish. Thankfully I had good management support, co-workers and resources available to me to help me get the job done in a much easier fashion. Having an almost family like atmosphere there is what I miss most about the place. That and the work you get done at the end of the day gives you a sense of accomplishment that many jobs can't give you.
Shipping and Receiving in Sikeston, MO
on January 9, 2019
Management has favorites.All in all the job was a good job.Good pay.Okay benefits.Management could use more experience.Lack of materials to be able to do the job correctly.
Parts Puller in Sikeston, MO
on January 4, 2016
not a bad place to work. the people are good to you and understanding to different situations. the bad thing is pay, pay raises and not really any room for advancement

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