Master Key Editor (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – 17 May 2017
Able to help customers every day. I was able to learn new skills and apply them daily. Had great management and it was a fun place to learn. I liked the different things that I was doing each day and had some really great co-workers.
Factory Worker (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – 20 April 2017
Homestly, its hard for me to wake up 330am sometimes 4am just to get ready to my job and i have to be there 5:45am before 6am my time work. i live in pueblo Co. and my job at Co spring. i have to travel 45mins every morning .
Yes sometime we have free lunch in oder to have many orders that you finish
Product Management Intern (Former Employee) – Carmel, IN – 20 April 2017
I was an intern at Allegion for two summers. Management was friendly and seemed interested in the input of interns. The environment was great, friendly people while committed to doing a good job. Would love to go back.
Data Entry (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – 10 April 2017
Based on their hiring patterns, they like to use temporary contracted employees rather than hiring on full time employees. If you're looking to make some money for a little while, it's a good gig. But don't get your hopes up if you are working through a temp agency.
Indirect Sourcing Specialist (Current Employee) – Carmel, IN – 16 March 2017
Since Allegion only spun off 3 years ago, they have made many cultural company wide improvements from what I can tell. I do enjoy working here but there are definitely some growing pains that are experienced by each employee.
Assembler IV (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – 28 February 2017
I'd rather not write a review for this company because I still work there and I have more negative than positive things to say. The hardest part of the job was working with management over my department. The most enjoyable part of the job is the people I work with.
Desktop Support (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – 21 November 2016
A typical day here could range from having a job to do the moment you walk in, to just sitting and waiting for one to come in. The moment I started I learned their way of imaging devices and for the next two weeks or so it was repetitive. They had two sets of bathrooms in my area and that was the only thing I didn't like because they only had one stall and one urinal each. Once getting used to their programs the tasks became easier to handle. Everyone seem'd nice enough.