If you really need the paycheck and have don't mind being consstantly reminded that you are nothing but an inanimate asset then you'll fit right in.
CNC PROGRAMMER/MACHINIST (Current Employee), Clarks Summit, PA – May 6, 2014
Pros: some great co workers, average pay(give it time the cost of living is exponentially outpacing the compensation)..
Cons: everything else.
The opportunity to work for the most unethical, arrogant, self serving management team I have ever had the disgust of interacting with could be yours. The team that hired me 8.5 years ago has all but been eradicated and the new wave is here to stay. If you have no pride, deep seated knowledge and experience you may be capable of accepting the degradation – more... and oppression that the management feels they "need" to integrate into your work environment in order to "achieve" their unrealistic goals and expectations. Make sure that you have no opinions, suggestions or observations as they have no place within their system. If you want a job were you can mindlessly go to work, have every minute dictated and go home feeling used and abused then you may be a perfect fit. – less
Another dinosaur company that just doesn't get it.
Machinist (Former Employee), Lakeland, FL – May 2, 2014
Pros: a job until your career track appears.
Cons: just about everything a loyal, long-term employee cares about.
If you really need a job, then MAYBE consider this company. They will pay you as little as they can while they work you inefficiently. Any profit is gobbled up by corporate for golfing trips and pointless company travel for non-productive execs. An archaic business model, out of touch elitist HQ that will provide a dead end job with zero long term incentives. – more... Forget about overtime unless they are screwed and need you to catch them back up. – less
Design & Development Engineer (Current Employee), Bangalore, KA – January 15, 2014
Our main goal is to meet customer requirements & the quality of work we give should be 100% error free. Everyday we learn something new as we start doing a new job. The management is pretty customer centric. It mainly concentrates on the delivery dates, quality & the utilization of each employee. Real friendly environment & Co-workers are hardworking – more... & also competitive to each other. Hardest part of the job is to satisfy customers with very high expectation in a short time. – less
I'm glad to have a job after being out-of-work for over 2 years, But...
Machinist(Manual) (Current Employee), Raleigh, NC – December 10, 2013
Pros: decent pay
This place is full of people who don't know what they're doing or how to go about doing it! But it's because they're all friends and relatives of higher-ups who are the same! They don't know how to use the resources on-hand. Take me, for example, i'm a c.n.c. machinist/programmer and they put me on a manual machine. This is the reason that i'm looking – more... for work elsewhere; i want and need to be programming c.n.c. machines. I also wish to move back to Florida, or at least along the gulf coast of Alabama, Mississippi or Texas, or the southeastern part of Georgia. – less
very poor managment, you are a number, not a person
Credit (Former Employee), Cookeville TN – December 4, 2013
do not recommend working for Flowserve any where. Long hours, low paid considering the hours worked. No appreciation from management. You do 110%, they will demand 120%. Most associates are very unhappy
Clerk (Former Employee), Vernon, CA – November 20, 2013
All departments are horrible including Finance. Management has no people skills, they love to put people down. You will work for 10 days during closing and each day will consist of 12 hours days. No compensation for the salary employees, its part of your job to work 12 hour days.
Vice President, Global Enterprise Applications (Current Employee), Irving, TX – September 18, 2013
Flowserve is a challenging and rewarding company to work at. My role involves setting the strategic direction for IT and then executing to that strategy. The most enjoyable part of the job is the people. There is a great deal of demand & high expectations, but the people make it worthwhile.
Productive place to work where time went by quickly
Material Handler (Former Employee), Springville, UT – August 15, 2013
Pros: overtime, people, and security
Cons: healthcare and schedule
A typical day at work was a busy atmosphere. Checked inventory, pulled valve specs for valve assemblers, built shelving for stockroom move of parts to make more room for more stock. Management was very helpful and knowledgeable about what was happening in the stockroom as well as departments we work with. The hardest part of my job was working until – more... 2:30 - 3:00 in the morning on Saturdays and then having to return for 10 or 11 later that morning. The most enjoyable part of my job was the people that I worked with and that the time went by so quickly because it was so busy. I got to learn more about modern technology through the computers I used and the tablets that we used for inventory. – less
CNC Machinist (Former Employee), Vernon, CA – May 22, 2013
I worked here for almost 4 years and this shop has a Union however, management makes the rules and there is no reasoning. They will make your life unbearable and make it very difficult to come to work. The pay is good but for the amount of stress that you go through, it is not worth it. Politics are horrible here and if you try and talk to Management, – more... they will not listen to you. If you go to Human Resources, they are on Management's team so they will not listen to you either. Very cut throat, workers try to set up other works so machines crash or parts are messed up and the blame is put on you. Horrible place to work. Can never keep anyone....there are some workers that have been there for many years but stay because of the $$$. – less