A typical day at work stars of at 5 am I due a quick inspection on my machine make sure i have no oil leaks or lose screws I learned quality before productions Manger cums to check on you after each break 3 times a day i try to keep my work area clean at all times the hardest part of my job is work at a slow past sometimes the most enjoyable part of my job is knowing im doing a good job in making a honest living
Leader (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – 27 September 2017
Goodman is a very well productive environment, fast pace, i inspect the quality of the A/C and also I play a roll as a lead to the company which involves in making sure everyone is doing the right thing and following the roles
Repetitive work. Standing for eight hours. Some lines are fast paced some slow but once you get the hang of it the day seems to go by fast when you stay busy. Not sure how long they will be staying open after the buyout.
Material Handler/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Dayton, TN – 13 September 2017
while i was employeed with this company, it had it's ups and downs. management couldn't stick to a schedule so we were switched around a lot. pay wasn't very good. summer was crazy hot and winter was very cold.
Goodman's work days are typically sower than most. you learn to do your own job to get the job done. never the less management there holds back on following through with there expectations that makes it difficult to love my job. I expect to do my job above and beyond the duties that are expected. overall this company will defiantly continue training great employees.
Counter Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – 4 September 2017
The General manager was short tempered and verbally abusive. I was only there a couple of months but wished i had stayed in the field as an hvac tech. He would humiliate and belittle me in front of the customers if I made a mistake even though I was in training.Other counter people were always job scared and would accuse me of wrong doing to keep their jobs.