Worthington Industries
Happiness rating is 55 out of 100
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Engineering Intern in Columbus, OH
on November 4, 2022

I was able to get my hands on many different products in a short period of time. I learned a lot and the culture was great. I was also given a lot of responsibility but was able to ask for help whenever it was needed.

Load builder in Columbus, OH
on September 29, 2022

Worked at Steel and management is terrible at that location in Columbus, they are all related or have kids with one another. Once they get you in a position you are good at you can forget about any advancement opportunities, they will find ways to make sure you don’t leave. Columbus steel manipulates pay scale to pay you in a lower scale position but gives you the responsibility of a job 2 pay scales higher. Then when they turn in there report to corporate they look like geniuses because of there total pay vs ton produced. Corporate is a much better environment to work and it’s a shame they don’t fix problem at the steel plant. Over all not a bad company if you are just wanting a job and don’t care about the games they play with you.

Production Worker in Columbus, OH
on September 12, 2022

Great job, decent money but very hot. I enjoy my old supervisors Talking points. Opportunity to move up as well. Over all great us well and never short of feeding us for events and Milestones

Manufacturing in Columbus, OH
on July 5, 2022

This company is terrible. They preach their values and philosophy, yet don't practice them themselves. You'll have no life from the overtime, and they don't appreciate you at all. New hires will start over a dollar more an hour than people who have been there over a year

Operator One in Columbus, OH
on May 28, 2022

No care for employees safety or work life balance no proper compensation or incentive to grow in the company and management will brush off Amy issue you bring to them

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