- P.J. Trailers08.Dec 2015
Support from management
In a couple of different situations, my supervisor advised me to take a co-worker behind the building and beat him with a hammer. My supervisor was dedicated to keeping parts available to us. He stood up for the workers that he liked and did everything in his power to keep them happy. He showed definate favoritism towards certain employees and took an insulting and demeaning attitude towards others.
Overall compensation for your work
If you are on a production line you will get paid per trailer produced. Depending on the other three guys in your line this is really good or really bad.
Safety was a complete joke from what I observed. In the year that I was there I only saw one of our three cranes get serviced once. The overhead crane that I used had a thirty foot dead spot, if I stopped it under load in that spot I either had to get the load swinging or manually pull the load in order to get the crane to move north or south again. My supervisor reported this issue on every safety check he performed for a year and this was never fixed while I was there.
What I like about the company
I came to p.j. trailers with no Fabrication experience and I was able to learn a lot and broaden my knowledge and experience.
What I dislike about the company
Hostile work environment, rampant drug use on site, pay was unsteady depending on the crew I was given and the availability of parts.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyP.J. Trailers
- CityMt. Orab, Oh
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2014