Enthusiastic employees, company events, and training make Eaton a great place to work.
Pros: company events, community service projects.
Working in a production assembly department which built switches for Caterpillar equipment using manual skills, pneumatic and hydraulic equipment, and test procedures.
We had classes in metrics, safety, soldering, and other job related
Eaton promoted community service projects such as clean-up of roadways which brought people together.
Many – more... managerial positions are held by workers who have moved up the ladder, starting from the bottom, and know the department well.
Co-workers in my department worked well together and were efficient in getting work completed as a team.
I liked the job and can honestly say it wasn't difficult in any way.
I enjoyed the camaraderie of the employees, many of whom had been there for years. – less