I worked at Precor full-time (More than a year)
4/10 production schedule, summer hours for office staff, good benefits, gym in every building, on-site personal trainer, great people to work with
Like most companies there is some political BS in certain groups. Manufacturing/ops management is very old-school, set in their ways, prejudiced, and doing everything they can to hold onto their positions.
Advice to Management
You've hires some great folks in ops over the last 2-5 years, and promoted some of them into middle management positions. Make sure they have good mentors to grow into great leaders.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Precor (Woodinville, WA) in January 2017.
I was reached out via LinkedIn, the sr recruiter and I scheduled a call and confirmed. When the time came around I waited and waited for the call. Finally I reached out but didn't get a responds for 2 solid days. Next we rescheduled and again I was left there standing around waiting for my phone interview to happen, again I reached out and still haven't heard anything back from the last no call. If this isn't a gimps into how employees are treated, I'm not sure what is. As an HR professional I was shocked at the lack communication with their scheduled interviews. If anything, there should have been some type of consideration for not calling both confirmed times.