Rockwell Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Kennedy William Gordy (born March 15, 1964), better known by his stage name Rockwell, is an American former musician and singer-songwriter who was signed to the Motown label. He is best known for his 1984 hit single "Somebody's Watching Me".
Machine Operator (Current Employee) says"They see people as a dollar sign make mandatory over time right around the holidays. The management team sucks and doesn’t care about there people.... Cons: Management"
SEGURIDAD A BORDO (Former Employee) says"No dan opcion de aportar nuevas ideas, no tienes cooperacion en equipo, cada quien hace lo que le corresponde sin preocuparse por su compañero"
Production Control Coordinator (Former Employee) says"One of the most out of control company's I have worked for. Management from the top is poor at best. lack of support, bad polices. You can not count on management for anything,but to get you fired."
Manufacturing Associate (Former Employee) says"Management was absent most of the time. The people that were in charge of my department were unprofessional and abrasive. Production was valued above anything else and the culture was not one I enjoyed working in."
Information Developer (Former Employee) says"Dysfunctional and toxic. HR ignores complaints that employees submit. Culture supports work place bullying and retaliation from managers. And, ignores high turnover."
Final Assembler (Former Employee) says"IF YOU HAVE NO LIFE AND DONT MIND NOT GETTING ONE THIS IS THE PERFECT JOB FOR YOU ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE A KISS BUTT KIND IF WORKER! Shut your mouth do your work make us money forget you have a family need to eat drink and hurry up and use the bathroom go home and hurry up get back to work get us 50,000 units packaged up if your sick and leave on a stretcher you will get points for leaving early .If you have vacation time use it to keep your sanity kind of job that’s what your getting working here and no they don’t see anything that someone is doing wrong to you especially if they are a certain color or are in leadership positions! Cons: Everything you can think of"
Line Associate (Former Employee) says"This job was exactly what it says. A job. No real skills to learn, just back-breaking, repetitive, mundane physical labor. The environment is very fast paced and chaotic and the management were more like wardens. Cons: Everything"
Mail Room Clerk (Former Employee) says"Just a job that I thought was going to be something that turned into nothing sad it was a great place with alot of great people but for some reason it just didn't work. Cons: Not Permanent"
Manufacturing Associate (Former Employee) says"They care more about the company than they do your own health. They tell you you have to cancel your doctors appointments and plans to come in for OT which is mandatory. They threaten you if you don't. There is no room for advancement. I constantly got harassed by my supervisors and HR won't do anything other than "well look into it" which is a lie. Cons: mandatory OT, don't care about your health, poor management"
Machine Operator (Former Employee) says"I'd be so tired from waking up so early in the morning that I would have to play on my phone to stay awake because the supervisor was so boring, but we knew that we had to sit and listen to him. I learned that some companies really don't care about their employees because that is an extremely stressful job. Management was so so because in the past four years or so there had been five different supervisors going for that spot. They never gave any incentive for good attendance or good behavior. The hardiest part of the job was working with ignorant co-workers who would form groups like they were still in high school. The most enjoyable part about that job was when I could work on the line by my self because I could get my work done and not have to worry about someone else messing something up that could possibly get me in trouble with them. Cons: The company was really un-ethical."
Database developer, Database Analyst (Former Employee) says"The manager sexually harassed me. I was the victim and I was let go. That company is no good! There is nobody to complain to about it. You are on your own.The manager was taking advantage on me and I could not go to anybody and complain. Cons: There is no protection if you are a contractor"
Co-op - Electricity and Power Development (Former Employee) says"Very respectful working environment. opportunity to learn new skills.Enjoyed stay at Rockwell automation. learned software development environment and testing. Cons: no"
Electronic Assembler (Former Employee) says"They are known for hiring temps then firing. The pay sucks and the demand from management is unrealistic with limited equipment and workers. I would not recommend anyone to this company. Cons: short breaks and horrible pay 9.50"
Engineer (Former Employee) says"as a field engineering traveled national and international comm power transmitinon equipment. worked with engineering support on setting up equipment to customer spec Cons: n/a"
HR Team Member (Former Employee) says"Salary is okay until you factor in working 70+ hour weeks most weeks. A lot of room for career advancement, but the environment can be very political. High turnover in HR as the department was far too lean for the company size. The culture there is just not positive and you work too many hours and do not get much out of it. I left on my accord (without another job in hand) and did not regret it for second. I had a bad leader there so that may be a big reason for my bad experience, but a lot of coworkers I had with different leaders left as well there is definitely something undesireable about it. Cons: Culture, Worklife balance, Leadership"
Final Assembly (Former Employee) says"Rockwell Automation/Allen Bradley corporation used to be the best place to work in the area. Many people were known as "Lifers", which meant once you got a job there you stayed for life. That mentality went out the window when Rockwell bought Allen Bradley Co. Now the only things they are interested in are numbers. They don't care about the people that work there, which in turn makes the people who work there not care about the company. It has been sad to see how things have gone downhill over the years. Management in general is only interested in keeping their jobs, and making their numbers look good. They are usually only there for a short time to add experience to their resumes, and then they move on. There used to be a sort of pride in what was made there, and quality was job #1. Now it is all about how cheap parts be bought, and keeping as little inventory as possible in the building. Much if not almost all of the production that was at this facility has been move to Mexico. Again it is all about profit margin. Why pay Americans $16 an hour, when you can pay Mexicans $9 a day! There is no pride in this company anymore, and I wish that was the worst of it. The worst part of all is the blatant lying. I think it is a job requirement to get any kind of office job for this corporation. They lie right to your face, and smile about it. So if you don't mind working for a company that doesn't care about you, pays decently well, lies to your face, puts constant stress on you no matter what, and you think head games are fun. Then this is the place for you. If not look elsewhere. Cons: Everything else!"
Manufacturing Associate (Former Employee) says"This job is very stressful. Management is unfair to it's workers."
Electrical Assembler and Wirer (Former Employee) says"continuous improvement is a good program at my work. I like to improve things.They appreciate those people who take part in continuous improvement."
Sr.Manager (Current Employee) says"** Project & Product Marketing of Instrumentation & Control Systems (C&I), Cons: Modified hours"
Consultant (Current Employee) says"Not a good company to work for. The environment, product and the management sucks big time."