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4 days ago

Delivery Driver

Lewis-Goetz & Company, Inc. Coraopolis, PA

Lewis-Goetz and Company, Inc. a national industrial rubber distributor looking for a Warehouse Delivery Driver for our branch operations in… Monster


20 days ago

Warehouse Associate

Lewis-Goetz & Company, Inc. Erie, PA

Lewis-Goetz and Company, Inc. a national distribution company of industrial rubber hose and gasket products is looking for a Warehouse Production… Monster


Lewis-Goetz Reviews

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Jeff Crane
2 Ratings
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    Horrible, Living the American nightmare!

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    Current Employee - Field Serivice Technician  in  Summerville, SC
    Current Employee - Field Serivice Technician in Summerville, SC

    I have been working at Lewis-Goetz full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    If you know someone in management...you too can become a member of management, even if you have no qualifications whatsoever...Or you may be entitled to make significantly more than your co workers responsible for your training. However, if you are not in this category, see Cons listed below.

    Cons

    Due to management, and in combination with the nature of the work, an atmosphere with extremely low morale exists. Extremely low pay, hazardous work, constant travel, lack of attention from management, Expected to be on call without being compensated for it, lack of training available, no opportunity for advancement whatsoever (even if you are educated or overqualified), In the southern region of the US a "good ol boys club" atmosphere exists within management...the list goes on and on. Personally, I have been told by my supervisor to disregard federal law and regulations mandated by both OSHA and the Dept. of Transportation in order to get the job done, which "getting the job done" , at least in my particular branch, far too often takes precedence over safety...Corporate has safety mandates in place, however, they are not followed or enforced.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Provide some type of training before placing new hires in the field without any experience. Show some appreciation for the employees performing the work. Do not continually ask employees to do something which you would not do yourself as it is unsafe or ILLEGAL. Provide a compensation package comparable to that of competitors within the same industry. Eliminate favoritism. Set a specific amount of salary for a new employee, do not pay one person more than someone else in the same position without foundation.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
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