I found I really liked the culture there. They listen to thier employees concerns. Benifits are great. You work hard but are paid fairly. My manager was competent and professional. Safety is one of the top concerns.
Assembly Operator (Former Employee) – Madison, AL – 7 August 2017
overall I guess I cant complain from where I come from. People just don't care for what is going on with you or your family. Which is real sad because things happen in our lives as well as managements, but they hold things that's out of our control against us, and some situations in life you can't always get a doctors excuse for.
ASSEMBLY OPERATOR (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – 3 August 2017
Promises never fulfilled. Management that doesn't care. HR doesn't seem to know whats going on either or care for the concerns of the employee. They can't even answer questions about new rules implemented. They have the "ac" set to 10 degrees cooler than it is outside, but really its probably at least 10 degrees warmer. The talk of promotions all the time but there always seems to be a hiring freeze. You can have 10 years experience in a field, and they will hire a kid out of high school over you.There is no real set schedule other than show up at seven and "leave whenever we say you're done." So if you have kids its sort of a problem for after school care or day care or a babysitter. I had very high hopes when i started with the company, but its been more than a year and every day it goes worse and worse down hill. Wouldn't recommend to anyone unless they were desperate without a job.
Assembly Worker (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – 27 July 2017
Its extremely hot in the new plant..management is oblivious to what their employees need to perform or to be productive..The hardest part of the job is just listening to upper management say what their going to do and knowing that its not going to happen
W&T Division Product & Marketing Director (Former Employee) – Medina, MN – 24 July 2017
The company is transitioning from a small mid-cap company structure and culture to a large company structure and culture. The management team has undergone some turnover as a result of this transition.
Internship (Former Employee) – Vermillion, SD – 28 June 2017
The internship I had with Polaris was great! I gained experience and made great contacts in the Vermillion SD community. I was covering a maternity leave, and worked closely with the full time payroll admin. The HR manager was very organized and worked well with everyone at the SD location.
Maintainence (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – 19 June 2017
Was released from the job there trying to defend myself from being threatened by another employee. Management said they would stand behind me , that I had nothing to worry about ... Hr people suck there and management does too . None of them there have any spine !! Maintainence has nothing but clicks and all for show , kissing their way up the hourly pay rates !
Assembler (Former Employee) – Odessa, FL – 6 June 2017
It's a good job pay is good always full time breaks are a little short and the work is not very fast paced so its easy to get tired when getting trained 3rd shift and kind of a high goal everyday so they make you feel afraid of losing your job but good place nice people