Operator (Current Employee) – Shepherdsville, KY – 13 November 2017
No job security and constant management turnover. New Plant Manager does not like anybody that was here before and is breaking the back of his good employees. He will keep running people off until its to late..! He has no vision and does not share anything. People are afraid to talk to him. Wish we had the PM that we had a couple of years ago, he cared, appreciated us and hung in there with us.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Shepherdsville, KY – 10 September 2017
Nobody ever knows what's going on. The equipment is run to fail. No preventive maintenance program. No parts to make repairs. The maintenance staff lacks knowledge and leadership. The maintenance supervisor only cares about how many hours he can get and how much he can milk the clock. Cut throat environment.
Great place to work for, great people to work with, room for professional growth
Intern (Former Employee) – Sayreville, NJ – 10 August 2017
Working at Sabert i have been able to grow and learn tremendously. Everyone at Sabert is always willing to help and answer questions in order for you to excel and get work done. Everyone in the office are very easy to engage with and each department is like a family. I enjoyed and looked forward to coming to work everyday. Projects that you work on and are a part of have a big impact on the company; here you are able to see your work make a difference in the company.
Intern (Former Employee) – Sayreville, NJ – 8 August 2017
My mangers were very helpful and willing to teach me new skills and information about the business. I worked with upper management to get feedback on projects and processes. People are very friendly and willing to help you out. You can get comfortable working here quickly. The culture is fun, relaxed but also committed to getting work done. The hardest part of the job as an intern was not knowing certain skills- but this provided the opportunity to learn new skills from others in different departments. Work wasn't boring- the people make the world of difference. There are monthly gatherings where the new employees are introduced. There is free food around often.
Free bagels/ fruit Tuesday/ Thursday and free soft pretzels Wednesday, Free lunches often, Products are sometimes given away to employees, Food trucks and summer BBQ.
Some employees have negative attitudes towards the work/ management.
LEAD TECHNICIAN (Current Employee) – Shepherdsville, KY 40165 – 28 June 2017
Not a well managed staff. For a company of 30 years this plant is still in growing pains after 10 years. Slow to improve equipment. Hiring more contractors than their own people. Slow to provide equipment that can help workers keep safe.
Design/Project Engineer (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – 5 June 2017
had a great time working there. the coworkers there were easy to get along with and friendly. it had a great laid back professional environment. i highly recommend working there if you ever get a chance
Warehouse Worker/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Riverside County, CA – 9 December 2016
Awful, awful treatment by all levels of management. All equipment is in disarray. Most maintenance read is patch up work just to keep product moving. Pay is minimal and no bonuses are possible since managers have accidents that prevent the bonus to be paid. There is no benefit to work there. Can't stress it enough. Read up people!
Healthcare benefits went from bad to worthless, stress level out of the roof, no real maintenance of machines, employees sent home before shift, pay errors, no lunches... do I need to go on?
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – 23 October 2016
David westbrook is an inexperienced maintenance manager when asked a question he turns around and says I don't know I don't have the answer to someone else when trying to communicate with him he doesn't communicate very well poor management skills for leadership skills doesn't understand anything about industrial maintenance and is having some sort of an affair with Maria Tapia the HR Manager Efrain Garcia is another problem he's a maintenance supervisor who has very little experience in maintenance can perform and has very poor communication skills HR doesn't pay well but makes huge mistakes on payroll doesn't know how to communicate payroll issues if you can avoid working here as a maintenance employee any type of employee I would do so they want you to work weekends all weekend long days and nights totally unfair by far the worst place you could ever work!!!
Great Management Team, and room for advancement with hard work
Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Shepherdsville, KY – 13 April 2016
A typical day was putting finished goods away using a reach truck and SAP system. Pick future orders for customers using RF gun and SAP system. Load and unload product Create B.O.L for orders to be shipped using SAP system
Sabert is a growing company that is constantly reinvesting back into the business and in its people. They have given me the tools and opportunity to grow within the company. I have been in various roles with the company that have helped me advance in my career and learn different aspects of the business. It is a great place to work and advance/grow within the company.
Opératrice de production (Former Employee) – nivelles – 21 January 2015
on effectuait des journées à 2 pauses l'après midi et le matin chacun travail dans des postes fixes bonne ambiance dans l'équipe et l'aspect difficile du travail c'était le bruit l'aspect agréable on était bien payé
Extrusion Operator (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – 8 March 2014
I've been working at Sabert for the past year and have never been treated so poorly by co workers in my entire life. There is a culture clash here if you speak Spanish you'll be ok. I constantly fee like my job at Sabert is not secure.