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1 day ago

Sr CAE Engineer - Vehicle Dynamics Snow – new

Polaris Industries Roseau, MN

* Knowledge of the vehicle dynamics topic for snowmobiles and other recreational vehicles, including overall vehicle architecture and systems… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Summer 2015 Electrical Engineering Intern

Polaris Industries Roseau, MN

* Work with cross functional teams in design/development/implementation of various engineering projects. * Work with cross functional teams in part… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Sr. CAE Engineer - MBD Loads Generation & Durability

Polaris Industries Roseau, MN

** 1. Loads generation and dynamic response prediction of powersport vehicle structures using MBD tools. Durability analysis using FEA flex body in… Beyond.com


3 days ago

Lean Manufacturing Engineering Intern – new

Polaris Industries Roseau, MN

** * Implement, modify, and document assembly processes * Assist with improving the quality and efficiency of the manufacturing process… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Engineering Development Program - Associate Powertrain Engineer

Polaris Industries Roseau, MN

** The Engineering Development Program offers talented engineers the opportunity to engage various parts of the business, interact with management… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Investigation Engineer/Senior Investigation Engineer (Product Safety)

Polaris Industries Roseau, MN

1. Serves as technical liaison between product engineering and product liability attorneys as required. 2. Does research (and communicates with… Beyond.com


3 days ago

Lean Materials Intern – new

Polaris Industries Roseau, MN

** * Drive the focus on Raw/WIP inventory reduction * Analyze and document Material Flow processes for Internal/External material movement and… Beyond.com


3 days ago

Engineering Lean Leader – new

Polaris Industries Roseau, MN

Serve as a Lean subject matter expert for the enterprise new product value stream, supporting product development teams by leading process… Beyond.com


3 days ago

Manufacturing Engineering Intern – new

Polaris Industries Roseau, MN

** * Create tooling and fixture changes as needed and coordinate with tool designers to specify or procure new tooling and fixtures. * Develop… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Environmental Health, Safety and Security Engineer

Polaris Industries Roseau, MN

* Ensure compliance with all applicable Environmental, Health, Safety and Security regulations and Polaris objectives, policies and procedures… Beyond.com


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    Great pay...if you're an executive!!

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    Current Employee - Hourly Employee  in  Roseau, MN
    Current Employee - Hourly Employee in Roseau, MN

    I have been working at Polaris Industries full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    They have given me employment for over 15 years so I can't complain there. They also have a profit sharing plan so I can pay off SOME of the bills that I can't afford to pay throughout the year. Oh, and at profit sharing, they also give us Polaris shares, we just can sell them until we retire...unless you're an officer at corporate headquarters, they sell the millions of dollars worth of stock options every year.

    Cons

    I have saved this company millions of dollars over the years and am rarely rewarded but if I make a mistake, it seems like everyone from my manager down to the janitor stands in line to get their chance to rub my nose in it.
    If there was another employer in the area that could match my pay and benefits from the start, I wouldn't think twice about leaving this company.
    I worked more hours last year but my profit sharing was actually less than the year before even though Polaris has had another record year!! The take home pay for an 80 paycheck is also less this year compared to last year's. Now I see our CEO just sold off 15.5 million dollars in Polaris shares (he just cashed in 16.8 million in 2012 I wonder where that went?). I have a bunch of Polaris shares but I can't sell one because of the way they have it set up.
    I'm tired of living paycheck to paycheck while the CEO, CFO, COO and every other officer in Medina are getting rich! Every year we get about a 2% raise in pay while our health insurance, gas, groceries, LP and every other necessity goes up much more than that. I end up living on credit for the entire year until bonus time so I can pay down my debts and start all over again.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Quit adding more executive jobs while trying to cut hourly jobs! The company is getting very top heavy and the only ones that are going to get hurt when it falls are the ones on the bottom which I guess doesn't matter to them because they'll have made their millions by then.

    Last year the CEO told us that he'd been asked to do the show "Undercover Boss", he turned them down. I'm sure he didn't want the entire country to see what the hourly employees thought about upper management. At the end of that show they normally sit around and cry and give a bunch of money away. I could see our management saying, "What are you whining about? You have a job don't you? If you don't like it here, you can go and work someplace else." I don't think that's the kind of ending that the producers are looking for.

    Don't forget about the hourly employees. We might not have a degree, but that doesn't mean we're stupid and can't think for ourselves. I have had a "educated" employee ask me what it meant when he saw the acronym "RH". I think my 7 year old can figure out that it means "Right Hand". And to think, this guy was probably getting paid two or three times as much as I was...I'm sure the ink on his degree was still wet! And that's the type of employee that's giving Polaris good marks as an employer.

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