Goodyear Employee Reviews in Topeka, KS
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Doesn't matter how good your performance is, it's never good enough. Plant leadership and their direct reports all manage at 2 levels lower than they should be. Area managers and specialists are constantly beat down and blamed for the poor management of plant resources.
Good pay amd benefits.
Toxic culture, never feels like you win
Cash is King, not much more you can say. I know every company needs to make money, but when cash is your only focuse, you forget the people that help you make that cash!!
Dirty work, long days, no over time, on call even when on vaction.
Training is poor. Covid 19 precautions were a joke. Managers do not communicate well. Health insurance is great. I had a constant sinus infection and headaches from breathing in the black dust that covers everything!
Great health insurance
Poor training, bad communication, unhealthy environment, covid 19 precautions are a joke
seniority based plant ; so if your low man on the totem pole, your last in every category, as far as shift preference, department, etc. There is always conflict between the company and the union. Great benefits!
benefits, union protection
company will replace you without hesitation
it's a ok place to work but i would like to work somewhere better. Goodyear has a culture of letting people that feel as if they are entitled, that all they have to do is show up. i try to have the belief that i try to make the company money because if the company is making money i am making money.
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I worked at Goodyear as a contractor . The work culture was good and I enjoyed completing a successful job.I was a Superintendent and was at this Goodyear for the project that I was running . After the job was successfully completed with no issues . I returned to Ohio for another project .
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Implementation of NFPA 70e, develop and implement Lockout Program, including extensive LOTO training Hoist and Crane Inspections, Safety Reporting, Preventative Maintenance Program, JSA, Labeling, Placarding, Ergonomics, Audits and Accident Investigation Target Zero Facilitator, responsible for managing and sustaining Near Miss Safety Program and OSHA 501 Trainer Certified Safety Advisor and Radiological Officer Electrical Operation of Industrial Equipment 2300v Sub Station – Inspection / Repair AC-DC Drive Motors – Brush and Armature, Monitor and Replacement
This was a hard company to work for. They expect a lot, and often did not give credit when someone was successful. Instead of celebrating successes, the question was "Why didn't you do more?"