- Neutral Outlook
I have been working at Worthington Cylinders full-time (More than 10 years)
You make enough money to survive (the profit sharing used to be good but for the last couple of years its been going down)
Unless you're in the "old boys" club its hard to move up the corporate ladder.
Advice to Management
the company management is not racially diverse.
Hank Hill would be thrilled with Worthington Cylinder's propane (and other gas) accessories. The company makes tanks to contain industrial and medical gases. A subsidiary of US steel manufacturer Worthington Industries, Worthington Cylinder makes steel and aluminum pressure cylinders used to hold liquid propane gas, refrigerants, and acetylene. The company also makes products designed for consumer usage, including scuba tanks, Balloon Time (helium for party balloons) tanks, Flame Saver (propane tanks with a built-in reserve) tanks, and Worthington Pro Grade torches ...