Entrematic Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Assa Abloy AB is a Swedish conglomerate whose offerings cover products and services ranging from locks, doors, gates and entrance automation. This also includes controlling identities with keys, cards, tags, mobile, and biometric identity verification systems. Assa Abloy was formed in 1994 when Assa AB was separated from Swedish security firm Securitas AB.
Entrematic doesn't provide support to their employees, denies training opportunities and have overtime hours and limited growth opportunities according to a former Retail Service Representative on indeed.com
"Entrematic does not provide any support to their employees. You will work anywhere between 50 and 60 hours a week, for months. You can have perfect attendance, provide additional support to your coworkers when needed, be the worker-management can count on and that means absolutely nothing to upper management. And you can forget about any kind of advancement opportunities if the upper management in your department doesn't "like" you. You will be denied training opportunities and will be talked about behind your back. There is absolutely no sense of loyalty from upper management. Tons of overtime, limited advancement opportunities."
says"Too much overtime and no compensation for it."
Former Employee - Assembler says"Working in the warehouse"
Former Employee - Cadd Technician says"mixed responsibilities, time constraints were all over the place"
General Manager says"Hourly wages just don't meet the standard cost of living."
Office Administrator says"Small company, less room for advancement, advancement may require relocating, change is not readily accepted, not really sure what else there is as a con. Overall, I had a good experience."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"high work preassure average midle and senior management"
Retail Service Representative (Former Employee) says"It was bad! They made us work 10 hours of mandatory overtime and everything was timed always! All your breaks, all your call time, literally every single thing was timed! It sucked!!"
Retail Service Representative (Former Employee) says"Entrematic does not provide any support to their employees. You will work anywhere between 50 and 60 hours a week, for months. You can have perfect attendance, provide additional support to your coworkers when needed, be the worker management can count on and that means absolutely nothing to upper management. And you can forget about any kind of advancement opportunities if the upper management in your department doesn't "like" you. You will be denied training opportunities, and will be talked about behind your back. There is absolutely no sense of loyalty from upper management.NoneTons of overtime, limited advancement opportunities"
Lead Loader (Former Employee) says"I dont believe the guys on the docks are paid enough for the back breaking work they do. It never felt like we were doing enough and a couple times a month guys would be getting injured on the docks.steady paycheckyou will get hurt, unappreciated"
Supervisor (Former Employee) says"Upper management does not listen to the needs of their employees. They offer little to no incentive, do not care about individuals, and will hire literally anyone just to increase their number of employees."
Amarr Garage Doors - Inventory/Service Manager (Former Employee) says"Casual racism in the office and terrible support from manufacturing means constantly having to apologize to customers for poor performance. The healthcare package is horrendous and the pay for hourly employees is very bad."
Driver (Former Employee) says"Simple job if you can handle early working start times. Physical but lots of down time traveling throughout Wisconsin. Be aware of the company handbookCan work 10 hours and still be done by 1 or 2 p.m.Management is a joke"
Production worker (Former Employee) says"This is a hard job. The people you work with make the job fun. However, it's hard on your body, and leaves no time for family life. A lot of overtime.Can meet great people, and make decent moneyBig strain on your body. Tough attendance policy."
Office Administrator (Former Employee) says"This job seemed alright when I applied, however it became nothing more than a intense sales job. Lack of training and overwhelming day to day job functions didn't help. Weren't allowed to leave until everything was doneVacationNo breaks, overwhelming job responsibilities, gender unequality, sales job"
General Manager (Former Employee) says"All they care about now is earnings. Used to be a great family owned business that cared about their people. Now it’s about money. They blame people who work there for lost sales and oh yeah, COVID 19. What a crock.People I worked closely withFeeling of failure all of the time. Better make your numbers."
Assist General and Service Manager (Current Employee) says"Unless you are in management your opinion doesn't matter. Unless you are in management you have to be working all the time or you are told to do something or are given something to do. Even if you already are working on something if it is deemed not as important you will be pulled off. Example of that, cleaning and making sure isles and walk ways are clear per safety regulations.Same hours every day.Unless you are managament you don't matter."
Cut down operator for insulation (Former Employee) says"To many chiefs not enough Indians syndrome. Don't care personally with employees. Your a number. They have 98.9% turnover rate. That should explain the restNoneNot something to look forward making it amonth"
Former Supervisor (Former Employee) says"Truth: all about the mighty dollar. They do not care about their employees. Training is almost non-existent. Great people have been pushed out the door,, simply because they weren't a yes man for the company. If that's the kind of company you are looking for, then look no further.Team Members are the best partManagement: specifically the VP of Production"
Office Administrator (Former Employee) says"This was supposed to be an office job but ended up being a sales focused job where a lot of technical knowledge was required. Very frustrating and not fulfilling."
ACE Operator (Former Employee) says"they do not want to help you learn to make a better place for more money management is the worst I've ever worked for no time off is allowed to take off"
Manufacturing Engineer (Former Employee) says"Loved working there for the first 6 months. After that it didn't feel like a team any more and always had the feeling that you couldn't trust anyone and people were constantly telling upper management on each other for stupid stuff. Never felt very secure, and the benefits were the worst I've ever had."
service center rep (Former Employee) says"I enjoyed working in the service center, the customers were great for the most part. However management had a great deal of issues. Particularly the main boss. He harasses the women there, he has little to no professionalism in the work place. While the big bosses are there he & other management that do not typically do there job, some how manage to pull it off when the time is right. Warehouse positions is where I would direct your focus if finding a job here.free holiday dinners, breaks are fare, people are nicehealth care, hiring process if your on through a temp service takes to long."
Inside Sales (Former Employee) says"Management isn't the best and they don't pay people what they're worth. As a manufacturing plant, the infrastructure is terrible, and shows in execution, or lack thereof from day to day. As an employee you can do everything 100% right but it will never be good enough. Sure, it's good enough to keep a job but the tools the company uses for day to day tasks are broken, although no one seems to be interested in fixing anything, so there's a very discouraging element that goes into daily duties. The phrase, "be happy with what you have." gets thrown at people by management if they try to bring any fixes up - personal experience."
Lead Loader (Former Employee) says"They always tell you on thing but another thing happens. My co workers were great. The hours were outrageous, we had to work 2 months every day straight , no days off. They have a point system that is unfit for the employees, which make them have a very high turn over rate.Their are no prosshort breaks, no days off. limited to take off days and vacation."
Samples Coordinator (Former Employee) says"As in any factory setting this job is fast paced and demanding. if you want to work overtime plus some overtime on top of that then this is a place for you."
Packer (Former Employee) says"Only a summer hire and want to keep it that way. Quota-driven work at a rapid pace and required overtime if you don't hit those quotas. Even if it is because of issues on the other side of the factory. Machine oil and metal shavings get everywhere. It is a decent enough place to work if you need the money but I couldn't see myself working there for longer than a summer.Pay, Allways HireingCommute, Required Overtime, Grease"