MAT Holdings

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Steve W. Wang
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    A Real Job, if that is what you really want.

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    Current Employee - Warehouse
    Current Employee - Warehouse

    I have been working at MAT Holdings full-time (more than 3 years)


    The best thing about working at MAT is the comradeship that results from working with others to get something done that you couldn't possibly do alone. This is actually the key beauty of distribution operations on a whole, but some don't see it that way.

    My coworkers, like myself, are faced with objectives, and challenges that stand in the way of those objectives. Accomplishment of our goals requires strength in both body and mind. The only people who don't make any mistakes don't do any work--and, btw, it's not a mistake until it leaves the building. These are the values that I know.

    My superiors are open to feedback. Raised voices are less than a rare occurrence. Firings sometimes have taken too long to happen, but by the same token I'm not always right and the decisions have so far always had a positive impact on our operations. It is good that nobody is fired at the drop of a hat.

    To my knowledge, the pay at our facility matches the local market rates for each job category. Health insurance is said to be good. I have not been called on to use it.

    Vacation and personal time are ample. Many end up with some left over. These are lost, but only by personal choice.


    There are no dancing girls.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Communication is key. Leadership team meetings at the DC level are very important, as are other group level communications with the DC Workforce. Ops managers should be both empowered to fully employ their own budges and to conference on their strategies and decisions with one another, so as to learn or adopt new tactics.

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MAT Holdings Interviews

Updated Sep 16, 2014
Updated Sep 16, 2014

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    Inventory Analyst Position Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Long Grove, IL
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Long Grove, IL
    Application Details

    I applied online – interviewed at MAT Holdings in January 2014.

    Interview Details

    I had been there for this position, office looked decent and the person who interviewed me explained me about the company very well. He asked me few basic question about my back ground and was very kind

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Headquarters Long Grove, IL
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1984
Type Company - Private
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year

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