Assembler (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, TN – 7 December 2017
It is a fast paced environment there are many departments. I learned how to work on an assembly line the hardest part of the job was to be able to keep up and make sure that the parts are put on correctly and secured.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, TN – 6 December 2017
Good pay but work was heavy in summer and slack in winter. Training was mainly just learning on the job. Noisy manufacturing area, need to wear safety gear (ear plugs, safety glasses, steel toed footwear)
Assembly (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, TN – 5 December 2017
Goodman manufacturing was a full time job the facility was being relocated to Texas So I searched for future employment at local facilities. This was a good paying job but they did try too many hours and heavy workloads
It is like many manufacturing places that need a continuous production met. It is fast paced at times, while other times you could be cleaning or whatever the Supervisor(s) need be done. Good place to work, though the plant I worked at closed and relocated to the new facility in another state. I transferred with them though.
Assembler (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, TN – 30 November 2017
Goodman is good exposure for anyone looking for an entrance into manufacturing. A fast paced work environment is to be expected from working in a factory. All protective equipment is provided except for steel toed boots. Upward mobility is based on seniority. Tardy policy is in full effect and strictly enforced. Timeliness is key. Goodman is a good place to work while they remain in the Tennessee Valley.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, TN – 27 November 2017
The people that involve themselves within the ranks of importance in this company are disgusting disgruntles individuals who make it easily and almost explicitly seem like their sole purpose is to make things difficult for you and act as as snotty and as snobby as possibly while doing it, on top of never considering your proper needs. Good luck landing a job there, it's three whole acts of Congress just to be considered and called for a position, you'll more than likely have already found something else by the time ANYONE over at that factory stops twiddling their thumbs long enough to make a job-offer phone call.
Short breaks, rude community, inhumane HR, zero understanding
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – 26 November 2017
I did enjoy myself there! but the job was hard but fun. at time but I don;t think that was the job for me. it was ''HOT''in there and when it get's ''COLD'' it's hard to do your job. but over all it was fine.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – 16 November 2017
Manufacturing work, in my opinion, is a great choice for those who like to focus strictly on there work, and not office politics. For those who just want to go to work and know exactly what they are going to do, Goodman Air Conditioning, like many manufactures, is a good place to be relaxed but focus on just your day to day duties.
This place has the "good ol boy" concept. Policies are there but only implemented when its beneficial for management. If you have worked there 10+ years, you cannot be touched. Even if you say racial statements in the office in front of people. Horrible place to work.
Assembler (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, TN – 27 October 2017
I currently work at Goodman, The people there are very cut throat and the management is even worse. There is a bunch of harassment that goes on and employees are disrespected. The only thing that has kept me there is the pay.
Employees treated unfairly, harrassment, employees are talked down to