Ionbond Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Ionbond provides thin-film coating services and operates 37 coating centers in 16 countries. Its coatings are used to improve durability, quality, functionality, efficiency and aesthetics of tools and components. Ionbond is part of the business unit of the IHI Group as well as IHI VTN for Heat treatment, IHI Bernex for CVD, CVA and CVI Equipment, IHI Hauzer Techno Coating for PVD and PACVD Equipment and IHI Machinery and Furnace Company for Heat Treatment equipment. Our portfolio includes PVD, PACVD, CVD, CVA and CVI technologies, including a broad range of DLC coatings.
A former employee said this in on Indeed "No room for progression at Ionbond, raises are impossible, problems attended by management take longer than need be. There is no bit of potential for this company but seems to not strive for it".
Machine Operator (Former Employee) says"They pay people more who comes in after you ... they pay men more then women there a bunch of liars plant manager only wants men to work there !!! Find something better then this place I wasted over 3 years of my life with them for nothing ! Cons: They suck"
Operator (Former Employee) says"Management has overall been failing due to never admitting to their wrongs. Cooperate runs every location no matter how good or bad. High turnover ratio all the way to management and no proper training. No room to move up Cons: Too many chiefs and not enough Indians"
Driver/Shipping & Receiving (Former Employee) says"They will tell you a price range and in the interview they change it on you and you don't work directly for them. It's a temp company and which the temp place is pretty decent. The place isn't they tell you they will work with you and they will cut you quicker then the hiring process takes. If you like to not do any where the time drags this is your place"
Kwaliteitscontroleur/werkvoorbereider (Current Employee) says"helaas kan ik over dit bedrijf niet veel goed vertellen. Cons: geen collegialiteits gevoel, geen contact met leidinggevenden"
Shipping/Receiving Clerk/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) says"No room for progression within the company, raises are scarse, problems attended by management take longer than need be. There is fair bit of potential for this company but seems to not strive for it."
PVD Tech (Former Employee) says"Raises are set. Not much chance of more than 3.5 %. Shifts are mostly 12 hr. Two shifts of 3 day 4 day rotation. One shift of 2 day 5 days. Nice vacation package."
Driver & Q.C. Inspector (Former Employee) says"Get orders ready for day, then load truck and then make my deliveries . Cons: drive about 350 miles a day"
Opérateur de production (Former Employee) says"Très bonne ambiance, bien payer sauf pour des personnes qui ne supporte pas la présence des responsables sachez qu'ils sont très souvent dans l’atelier."
Machine Operator (Current Employee) says"The company is great as far as always having work to do. If you are good at your job then you do not have to worry about losing it. They will back you in any personal issue that may arise. As far as advancement that is not likely at this company. When it comes to supervisors, there is no consistency or direction. So if you are able to work under those conditions then you will thrive. The pay is okay, not the best but not the worst."
Customer Service Manager (Former Employee) says"Overall a good company to work for when things are going well for them fiscally. Advancement was available but when things go bad fiscally, they look for the more inexpensive option when it costs them great workers. Cons: Always looking at the bottom line even if it means losing good workers"
Shipping and Receiving (Former Employee) says"I really enjoyed working at Ionbond. The people were great, the managers were great, and my job was great. I went in as a backup shipping and receiving person, but I was told I would be trained on the office version (working on the computer doing invoices, receiving shipments, etc.). I was told this for weeks and weeks, and while waiting, I was trained on pretty much every other part of the factory (which wasn't necessarily a bad thing). Three months later, I was still doing everything but the job I had applied for and then business started to go downhill. There were days when we had literally nothing to do and I was told to sweep for up to four hours a day. This went on for about three weeks before I gave up on the job. Cons: Inconsistent workload"
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I have been working at Ionbond full-time for more than 10 years Cons: No raises or appreciation......upfront coorporate sucks and doesn't value the hard workers the company is made of"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Ionbond full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Absolutely the worst management, the worst leadership, & the worst morale of any company I've ever worked for. Customer service works in a dingy little office not fit for a prison. Corporate and production employees are like two different worlds even though they're in the same building. Just an awful work environment. I wish I had something positive to say."
Former Employee - Anonymous says"I worked at Ionbond full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Extremely weak management, sales and marketing is a disaster. The pay is incredibly low. They demand huge hours to be worked but, have very little idea of their marketplaces. Managers try to replace customer service and sales in the marketplace. Senior mgmt. is arrogant, rude and believe thy are the smartest people in the room, due to their European PHD's. They have little respect for their customers."
says"I worked at Ionbond Cons: Worked at the Greensboro facility where management consisted of 4 friends who worked together at another company, they're approach was WE (they) are the company and the employees doing the work were just there (Unappreciated)...Employees with experience are not given any voice which could benefit a weakly ran plant.(Looking for bobble-heads instead of much needed input)..Employees has been working there for years as temps...Management there (Greensboro) lies to the customers, trumps up numbers in order to lie to upper management elsewhere and GROSSLY lies to their employees...It was a embarrassment to walk into a plant each day knowing the goings on..Some where immoral others could be considered illegal (paying employees with no benefits for days when they are not even at work)"
Current Employee - Anonymous says"I have been working at Ionbond full-time Cons: they will lie to you,under pay you and over work you"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Ionbond full-time for more than 8 years Cons: Poor management; unhappy and unfulfilled work force; every decision has to be made by a few people and everyone else is unable to make important decisions. No formal review process so you never get feedback on your work performance."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I have been working at Ionbond full-time Cons: Salaries are out of line with the market."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I have been working at Ionbond full-time for more than a year Cons: Management can make a decision Pay is low"
says"I have been working at Ionbond Cons: No importance for employees, most of them are above 40 and have the feeling as if they are now stuck with the present experience"
Former Employee - Machine Operator says"I worked at Ionbond full-time Cons: Very hard to move up."
Robert says"Didn’t work."
Robert says"The product didnt adhered to the flooring even with using the prep chemical."
Terry says"I used this product to seal the joint from the wall to the floor after lots of research that lead me to believe this product would offer a solution to my problem. After making a channel and applying the sealant letting it cure to come down to the basement with water on the floor a couple days later. I am highly disappointed in the performance of this product and could not in good faith recommend this to anyone. Hydraulic cement was the remedy for my issue at a fraction of the cost. I wish I would have gone with that from the beginning but thought a more expensive product would work better. I thought wrong"
Evan says"I followed directions exactly and the product barely filled up 1/3 of a 5 foot crack when the product states it will "fill up to 10 feet". I called the company and explained the issue and also asked why the tubes were only about half full. He couldn't really explain anything other than if the caulking gun won't go anymore then the tubes are empty (obviously...). I was told I would have to buy more product at $40+ a tube. No thank you because at the rate which it filled the crack I would probably have to waste another $80+ on top of the $114 I already wasted."