Schluter Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Anton Schlüter München (also spelled: Anton Schlueter Muenchen) was a German tractor manufacturer in the region of Munich, Bavaria. Amongst farmers and tractor enthusiasts, this brand is usually known simplified, as Schlüter (also spelled: Schlueter).

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Forklift Operator (Former Employee) says

"I wouldn't refer nobody too this job there racist and they will fire u for any reason.. They will tell u that Texas is a at will state and that they can fire u. Cons: 10 min break"

Logistics, Fulfillment (Current Employee) says

"The management has no clear direction."

Pick and Pack/shipping clerk (Former Employee) says

"Management sticks together. If you have a complaint it won’t go anywhere. Mandatory overtime. They don’t care about your home life. Cons: Poor pay, Raises are not based on work ethics."

Quality Control Specialist (Current Employee) says

"I worked their for 2 years, it was nice experience I almost worked in each department and learned new things for everyone. It’s good opportunity for people who want to learn about tiles and more about tile industry."

Shipping Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Was a great place to work until the management changed. Co workers and their actions started to interfere with the job. Once the new management came in I was looking for a positive change."

Assembler (Former Employee) says

"I enjoyed being able to meet a lot of new and friendly people but at the same time it felt way too much like being in high school. Everyone was always worrying about everyone elses jobs and a lot of favoritism goes on in this company. Cons: poor environment, poor leadership"

Machine Operator (Current Employee) says

"Schluter Systems has much to offer."

Territory Manager (Former Employee) says

"Schluter has gone through many changes internally over the last 5 years. Layers of management have forced a disconnect with what was once the most important aspect of an employee’s job - the customer. Cons: Busy work that is unproductive. Inexperienced management."

Picker/Packer (Former Employee) says

"Mostly everyone got along with each other. Get the same amount of hrs your brought on for, good benefits and simple work. Management is not good on giving feedback on performance. Cons: Favortism from managment; poor feedback"

Assembleur/Formateur (Former Employee) says

"Dynamic people and good products with very good follow up and reviews. Cons: Immediate superior very disorganized"

Strider/Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) says

"The work place environment was a lot of fun and very competitive but the management would spill lies and just say the things you wished to hear but do nothing in the end"

Machine Operator (Current Employee) says

"Love the job but management and people that are being hired now are just making it hard to want to stay here so many mistakes are being made by new people forcing ones that know the job stressfull days its gotten misirable to even go in and work Cons: Short breaks"

Chargée de la prescription et conseiller technique (Former Employee) says

"Les décisions ne sont pas prises par la personne chargée du poste. Cons: Pas de motivations et pas d'évolution u niveau des salaires"

Warehousing Laborer (Former Employee) says

"Decent pay but very repetitive work, and to be honest having me fill out added forms on opinions are not helping. I find actually halting my application for this is unprofessional at best. This is not the way to get data"

Analyst (Current Employee) says

"competitive vacation (starting 4 weeks) Cons: 40 hr work week instead of regular 37.5. Specific work hours that are not flexible. No telework."

Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Great place to work and they have good pay. Fun atmosphere with people who like to enjoy their time at work. Usually offer all the overtime you want.. quarterly bonuses and profit share bonus.. Cons: Short breaks."