Senior Buyer (Former Employee) – Logan, UT – October 12, 2018
YESCO was a great place to work but they had some engineering issues and the product suffered resulting in the sale of the company to Samsung. I was let go as part of reduction in force accompanying the sale. From what I hear from former coworkers the stress level has gone up significantly under the new management
Really nice coworkers, interesting industry, terrible management. Nepotism is rampant; unequal treatment and unfair pay favor any who are related to the manager. Favoritism and lack of promotional opportunity, harsh criticism, disorganized, culture of yelling & open hostility, lack of positive feedback/appreciation, extremely low employee morale
Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – October 4, 2018
This is a great company with a strong market position and many competitive advantages. Leadership is questionable at times and sales organization and strategy is fragmented, at best. Decent compensation but poor benefits package.
Work was enjoyable, as long as management kept their distance.
Sheet Metal (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – April 10, 2018
Salary was fair, insurance was ridiculously expensive (almost double other jobs I've had), work was enjoyable but unpredictable (feast or famine workload), management was terrible, culture on the shop floor was terrible (lots of toxic gossip and drama).
Software Developer (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – February 9, 2018
While I totally loved the environment and the people, the overall "Mormon" culture was overwhelming and often left me feeling "not part of the team". I'm told their board meetings are opened with a prayer.
A job (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 31, 2018
Negotism. Discrimination theft. Unless you are friends with Queen Bee cl your out of luck. The most horrid disgusting co workers I have ever endured. Management is crazy. Drug infested co workers. It was a death sentence. If you had the right last name either with owners or fellow employees you were ok, just a total unprofessional group. I have never seen negotism like this place. HR is not on your side to help.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – November 3, 2017
I enjoyed working at YESCO. The culture was a fair paste. Most people were friendly and hard working. The manager was understanding and flexible.
The type of work I did at YESCO was we made signs, lights and chemicals to wash materials in an assembly line. I learned how to cut materials and also made ceiling. I had a good relationship with my supervisor. Also I was always on time and made sure my job was done accordingly. It was a fast paste job with a team of people. Everyone was nice and friendly and I really enjoyed working with everyone. working outside was challenging because of the cold or hot weather at times. The most enjoyable part of my work was to install the light because it was a lot easier
Quick paced fast learning environment with a competitive atmosphere
Sheet Metal Fabricator (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – August 12, 2017
They taught me everything I know when it comes to sign fabrication. I appreciate learning everything that I have. I do enjoy building and fabricating. Using machinery, power tools, and all the tools in my tool box.
Mandatory raises every three to six months. Genuinely enjoyed the work i didm
No breaks only luch. No paid medication with healthcare.
Final Assembler (Former Employee) – Logan, UT – May 30, 2017
The location I worked at is no longer there. I worked as a temp for about a month. Was in the process of getting hired on(gone through orientation and everything) then they came to me the next day and said they had to lay off all the temps. Which technically I was still a temp. It was a little disheartening but I understand that its just business.
Manager (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – February 24, 2017
I've worked at YESCO for 17 years and I'll be working for them until I retire. Owners care about their employees. The culture is based around family values. I've enjoyed the large network of employees from around the company.
Collections Manager (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 17, 2017
I was responsible for contacting the business's that purchased from our company, make sure the PO and invoices matched, and collected the money that was owed. I really enjoyed the challenges of trying to see how much I could collect for them. I also enjoyed learning from all the great people there.