Watts Water Technologies


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    Former Employee - Legal Invoicing/Expediter Filing in North Andover, MA
    Former Employee - Legal Invoicing/Expediter Filing in North Andover, MA

    I worked at Watts Water Technologies as a contractor (less than an year)


    You are not micro managed, but trained well, so it is easy to acclimate quickly and efficiently to their business systems in order to accomplish your job.


    Sometimes being locked away in a cubicle, and lack of human contact gets to you.

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Watts Water Technologies Interviews

Updated Nov 10, 2014
Updated Nov 10, 2014

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    Material Handler II Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Franklin, NH
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Franklin, NH
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took a dayinterviewed at Watts Water Technologies in October 2014.

    Interview Details

    Got a call from HR stating they were very impressed with my resume and were shocked that they had missed someone like me, in the hiring process. They claimed, an employee was out on a workers compensation claim and they needed to fill this position. I explained I had one vehicle and that 3rd shift wasn't ideal for me because of this fact it had conflicted with my girlfriends hours. They were not too concerned and hired me for the first shift. I use hired lightly. I was told by HR on the day of my interview, that she was going to take care of getting me paid through payroll but the wait time was a reason for her to send me to an agency that would handle this. I was curious as to why but felt it was an honest thing they were requesting. I went to the agency filled out some papers w-2 and questions, proceeded to an office where I was asked to submit a drug screening by way of oral sampling. I was given a handbook and was released with the impression I was hired by the employer . I found later, it was a deception. I worked for several weeks at 50 hrs plus weekend hours normally 6 hrs on Saturday's . I had missed one half day due to an appointment that was pre work related and a month later, was subjected to a back ailment not affiliated with work and took a half day and one full day to heal a lower back cramp. As explained to HR and direct supervisor I did not want something worse to come of this unknown ailment. I was able to resolve my ailment through self help and care. I returned to work the next following day. The following week, I worked a full 50 hour week as requested, on Friday in traffic, I get a phone call from the agency that my contract was ended by HR.

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Website www.wattswater.com
Headquarters North Andover, MA
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1874
Type Company - Public (WTS)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

This company really knows how to keep its head above water. Watts Water Technologies manufactures a number of valves used to maintain the quality, conservation, and flow control of water, be it in a residential, commercial, industrial, or municipal setting. It also makes water quality products, such as backflow preventers and filtration systems, water pressure regulators, and drainage devices. The lineup is sold under brands FEBCO, Flo Safe, Orion, Powers, and Sea Tech. Watts' operations are found in North America, Europe, and, to a lesser extent, China. Almost 65% of its... More

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