I worked at Rheem Manufacturing full-time (More than a year)
- Pay is nice, slightly above market average for position
- 2 days off for major holidays
- Atlanta office is located in a nice office complex with nice parking garage. Cafes and convenience stores within complex.
- Benefits and 401k are nice.
- have to work 1 full year before you are allowed to take paid vacation days
- poor management that does not understand what it takes to get the job done or how to handle difficult employees
- Some of the most petty unprofessional coworkers I have ever worked with. Lots of gossiping and petty bad mouthing of other coworkers.
Advice to Management
Be more selective of your employees. Do not allow employees to bully other employees or supervisors. Pay attention to who is doing the work. Diversify your employee base.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Rheem Manufacturing.
I was contacted by an internal recruiter and asked for a phone interview. I was told I would be contacted by corporate headquarters for scheduling. After being given a date and time I made sure to state my time zone was CST since they said the office was in Atlanta. I scheduled to leave work early for the phone screen since it was at 12:30pm but they called at 11:30am instead. I was then questioned by 3 different people sharing a speaker phone that sounded like a tin can echoing my every word. It was very hard to hear and understand everyone and it was not well organized. Questions were thrown out that were so broad and open ended with no clear context that it seemed like they hadn't even looked at my resume much less coordinated with each other before the interview. I was very frustrated by the end.
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