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30+ days ago

Quality Engineer

James Hardie Peru, IL

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY As the Engineer of the Quality Department, you will have the opportunity to showcase your talents by leading the quality… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Sr. Financial Accountant

James Hardie Peru, IL

Financial Accountants: Don't miss this unique opportunity! Join the James Hardie Finance team to lead operational accounting in one of our premier… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Production Process Engineer

James Hardie Peru, IL

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY You're the kind of Engineer who is hands on and enjoys working with people. You excel in a fast paced environment and have the… CareerBuilder


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    Overall I am very satisfied as an employee. Compensation, benefits and fellow employers make it worth working there.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Peru, IL
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Peru, IL

    I have been working at James Hardie

    Pros

    Compensation is very good for the area as well as benefits. With a little hard work you can move up quickly. Fellow workers are easily to get along with and very helpful, always willing to lend a hand.

    Cons

    Job security is in question. Management seems shaky, I feel like I am being criticized a lot and by people who don't know how to run my position. Management positions should be promoted within the company by employees who have worked their way up. There is a lot of micromanagement and that makes it difficult for me to perform my job. I feel like I'm constantly having someone look over my shoulder. Also, although the plant is performing very well, hours are being taken away. I am happy with my hourly pay but I am making the same as when the plant was performing poorly, and with less hours, so I am actually bringing home less money now, which doesn't make sense. You can move quickly on the pay scale if you learn a lot of positions, but eventually it caps off so there is no possibility of a raise now unless a supervisor steps down.

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    Promote within more. Employers who have experience running the machines are going to know more than an outsider with a fancy degree. When schedule changes are made and hours are cut, give more explanation as to why this is happening. Re-evaluate the way employees get raises. After an employee learns about 8 positions he/she is capped off unless a supervisor steps down.

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