Goodyear Employee Reviews for Forklift Operator
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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
This company is operated by a production line. Fasted pace and must be willing to work in hot temperatures. Must show up to work daily as you are need to do you part so others can do there's. Some days Wil be longer then others as you are required to hit a tire quantity number. Not many Saturdays. Work,schedule is Monday through Friday.
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Would be a great place to work if they had better bcm's and managers. They don't care about safety only about numbers. Goodyear was the best paying job I had but it wasn't worth injuring my back driving a forklift that had bad tires and a broken seat. All three forklifts in final finish was in the same shape.
Goodyear has a very high pay rate for the area I live in and if money is the only thing you are after then I guess it's the place for you! But it is a very harsh working environment,dangerous,extremely hot,you are constantly breathing dangerous chemicals! And the management is terrible! Ifyouryoulhealtand li
The open door policy is absolutely amazing and every associate loves having that option. Zero tolerance policy for any type of discrimination. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company is a fast paced environment.
Tripple time pay for birthdays.
None that i know of.
A typical workday at goodyear i was constantly busy with things to do. I learned many skills that I found beneficial to me such as brushing up on my forklift driving, and transporting tire tread. How tires are made and the cycle they go through before they're placed on a vehicle. The hardest part about the job, would have to be the 12 hour shifts, but it was well worth it considering you only worked 15 days out of the month.