Its a good place but at the moment the production is very low
production\Assembler (Current Employee) – Coventry, West Midlands – 26 November 2017
Enjoy my job I learn a lot of different things I'm interested in looking for another job now Doing different things nd meeting new people Management can be alright Hard part of my is can be some people cause if you don't get on with certain people can make ur job hard. I like my job nd using the mertierals nd sein how it all goes together as the big machine nd sein the people who I enjoy with
Terex is a good company to work with. It provide all necessary tools and traning for the job. The company promote good working ethics
Financial Controller (Current Employee) – Dubai Free Zone – 25 November 2017
Terex expects complete your responsibility timely, No excuse for delay. Long hors of working is required to complete but you will be rewarded. Management is very professional encouraging open work culture.
Installer (Former Employee) – Watertown, SD – 7 November 2017
Work was often stressful with deadlines to meet. The air filter was broken and it was always to cold outside to open the doors, the air quality in the bays where terrible. Working conditions were rough.
Mechanic- Shop mechanic (Former Employee) – Fontana, CA – 9 October 2017
I was the only person in company with a CDL so I was used to pick up and deliver customer vehicles. Before that customers had to deliver their equipment. It was a great opportunity for the company to get more business and the customers were very happy with this arrangement.
Production Specialist (Former Employee) – Watertown, SD – 5 October 2017
you're on your feet all day with three breaks. It's fast paced and there's a time limit to everything you do. products need to be done within a certain amount of time. I really enjoyed the fast pace of it all.
Group Leader (Former Employee) – Waverly, IA – 4 October 2017
Not a safe environment. 12 hour days are common. No overtime compensation for supervisors. 50+ hour work weeks are common. High turnover. Untrained team members. Autocratic managers who don't have a clue about treating team members with respect or acknowledge their accomplishments.
Autocratic managers; supervisors are the true leaders.
welder (Current Employee) – Rock Hill, SC 29730 – 7 September 2017
10hr busy day great people to work with i have learned to be prompt at all times be trustworthy and to be a team player this is the terex way quilty work the hardest part of my job is tryingto stay cool the enjoyable part is sending out good work to keep people safe will they are on the genie