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20 days ago

Production Utility


** Every Lydall employee is expected to conduct him/herself in a professional manner, acting respectfully, as well as responsibly in all matters… ClickCast

22 hrs ago

Manufacturing Electrical Engineer – new

Lydall Southern Felt Company, Inc., N. Augusta, SC

• Develop new process control strategies and designs to meet organizational cost, production, productivity, safety and quality goals… Lydall

30+ days ago

Production Utility

Lydall Rochester, NH

The Production Utility will be responsible for cross-training in and becoming proficient with all hourly rotoformer operating positions. The primary… Lydall

30+ days ago

Sr. Product Designer

Lydall Novi, MI

1. Develops, provides and updates detailed CAD files and drawings for all thermal/acoustical products. Provides other CAD drawings as required for… Lydall

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Dale G. Barnhart
5 Ratings
  • Hot factory work, long hours, low pay

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Yadkinville, NC
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Yadkinville, NC
    Doesn't Recommend

    I have been working at Lydall full-time


    Other employees are fun to work with. Atmosphere is a little more laid back and easy going.


    Extremely hot environment. They demand very long hours and extra overtime. 12 hours a day plus Saturdays and Sundays. Pay is very low considering the work environment. A lot of favoritism when it comes to job postings and promotions. Overtime isn't done fairly. Some are forced to work many hours while others hardly work extra hours at all. Short break periods in a hot environment. Not much training at all. They pretty much just put on the line and say here do it and leave you to your own devices. Very boring and monotonous assembly line type job with no music, radio or anything to help pass the time. Safety is low par and forklift operators are rather dangerous.

    Advice to Management

    Quit working your employees into the ground. People need time off. Relax on some of the rules. What would it hurt to have radios or something on the lines to help pass the time.

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