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James J. Malvaso
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    Raymond is a good place to work. I was always treated fairly by management and coworker's. Laid back at times

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    Former Employee - Forktruck Operator in Muscatine, IA
    Former Employee - Forktruck Operator in Muscatine, IA

    I worked at Raymond


    There's always room for advancement if you give it all you got everyday it will pay off. What you put in is what you get back.


    RAYMOND has a 1week shutdown every year in or around july. During this shutdown its mandatory to use your vacation so basically you better plan something in that week or you waste your vacation

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    Listen to your employees that do these jobs every day and be open minded. A lot of changes occur because it looks good on paper but if your just a spectator how can you really know that your way is better than your employees

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Raymond Interviews

Updated Dec 9, 2014
Updated Dec 9, 2014

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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ weeksinterviewed at Raymond in May 2013.

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    Several interviews may ensue, but hold fast since they are just looking for the right spot for you.
    You may meet with direct managers and executives, depending on the role.
    There is not a very cohesive feedback loop if you don't get selected, so if you don't hear back, it's probably not good.

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Website www.raymondcorp.com
Headquarters Greene, NY
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1997
Type Company - Private
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year

Business at The Raymond Corporation is picking up, literally. The company manufactures electric material-handling equipment, including fork lifts, pallet trucks, stackers, and sideloaders. In addition to grocery distributors and home improvement stores (its core customers), Raymond also supplies the medical/pharmaceutical, department store, and retail furniture and computer industries, among others. The company, a subsidiary of Toyota Industries, provides driver training, and rents and leases its products in addition to selling them. Raymond's parts division stocks some... More

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