Arnold Machinery Reviews

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Russ Fleming
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  • I have just reached my 10 year anniversary on the 5th of may

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    Current Employee - Field Mechanic Ce in Las Vegas, NV
    Current Employee - Field Mechanic Ce in Las Vegas, NV
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    I have been working at Arnold Machinery full-time (More than 8 years)

    Pros

    Best company I have ever worked for they do care about employees and it shows not a place to work if your lazy you get worked and are expected to earn your money and sometimes do get worked hard but it is part of keeping customers happy 401k have had no problem and have shares of stock as well as free insurance they have sent me to many Volvo schools and invest money in there employees yearly bonuses if earned I have only missed one in ten years and have only had one pay cut that didn't last long at all it is verry business smart I have got a raise every year I have been there even on down years this is a very strong I company I will always give them my best because they I feel have been more than fair with me yes you have to work hard but you get compensated for it if your lazy it's not a place for you verry educated upper management financially and business smarts as well as personable I have had the president of the company call me on my birthday every year for ten years and wish me a happy b-day and ask how I'm doing never happens anywhere else have had many other job offers but don't plan on leaving

    Cons

    Could use more advertisement to get the silver service word out to customers can never have to many satisfied customers

    Advice to Management

    Keep it up , bring the heat we are ready


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    Their interviews are more like 'herding cattle'. They invite more than one candidate for the same time slot and then sift each candidate between individual interviewers, giving each one a certain amount of time with one interviewer, and then they move them on to a different interviewer after an allotted time. Reminded me a little like the game of 'musical chairs'. It was confusing, humiliating for the interviewees, embarrassing for Arnold, and very unprofessional. I especially found the 'head cattle header' that pointed directions with their fingers, 'no words', where to go, rather amusing.

    Interview Questions

    • There were no intellectual questions asked, as the interviewers themselves, clearly have not educated themselves on how to be professional or cordial when conducting an interview.   1 Answer

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Website www.arnoldmachinery.com
Headquarters Salt Lake City, UT
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1929
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Arnold Machinery helps keep construction on the move. Through its four divisions, the company distributes construction, mining, industrial, and material handling equipment, as well as farm machinery throughout the US. Arnold Machinery also offers used equipment and provides repair and maintenance, rebuild, exchange, and rental services. OEM equipment suppliers include Volvo and Hitachi (construction and mining equipment); Hyster (a NACCO brand) and Unarco (forklifts, warehouse equipment, and other material handling equipment); and Buhler and McFarlane (farm equipment ... More

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