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Manipulating, arrogance, do as I say mentality whether right or wrong it is their way or the highway. No concept or people skills. A very backwards organization. Bring any money out of their pocket for a raise or anything is like pulling teeth from a shark. Take less money and work somewhere else would be the best tip
The work is not hard and the Afternoon shift is great. Team leader could use some people skills. Money is not bad, but with only one raise at your probation end. Was told there was monthly bonus' , but have yet to receive one after a year and a half. Safety is of the utmost importance, and the plant is very clean. Overtime hours (unless mandatory) DO NOT count towards your probation and doesn't make new employees have the incentive to work it. Not much room for advancement. Very hot in the summer...I do love my job and the people, Omex is overall a good place to work, I recommend it.
hot summer/no incentives
Safe environment both covid and the jobs within.the Omex management has a large customer base that are repeat business because of the quality of the parts assembled or stamped out. The customer base is many and varied from smaller parts and orders to quite large overseas orders. The supervisors are respectful of the Omex workers and the atmosphere is good . The computer skills needed are minimal and they are give a good amount of time to catch on. The wages aren’t greatest but are on par with area businesses.
Steady employment good atmosphere
Nothing really stands out
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The people on the floor very nice. The middle managers are trying their best some more then others. The front office staff enjoy drinking coffee and hiding out.. The place is run by a family, the boss and his kid run the show. These two are just bad news. No wonder Omex can't keep anyone for more then a days. The factory is really turning into a joke. Will they be open much longer ?
My experience working with this company is not a good one. From the very beginning, I felt harassment and intimidation on the floor as you are taught your job from your fellow employees regardless of the amount of time they were employed with the company. If you are fortunate enough to know a supervisor or part of the management team working at Omex Manufacturing you are guaranteed a position with special offers of advancement, otherwise, if you appreciate being stuck in the same job day after day with no room to learn anything new, then this may be the job for you. Management is, in my opinion, a poor word to describe the people you are given to approach should you have any problems or questions on the floor. If your machine breaks, be prepared to do a lot of housekeeping and standing around while the supervisor tells you that you are not a priority on the floor, or that he is sorry, he is a little short-staffed at the moment, instead of assigning a safe unbroken machine to run until at which time they can fix the machine you are on. All I can really say about this company is, Hind Sight is 20/20 If benefits are what you are after, as long as you don't mind going through EI for sickness benefits, or short term disability, or having no eyeglasses other than safety prescription glasses covered, your set.
This company makes up accusations about people even after a year of service. They do not stand behind you as a worker and will make up any excuse to not give a worker a raise as stated when they hire you. The Supervisors think that they can make up lies about people and manipulate people. They do not listen to people who are being harassed by fellow employees. They do not have certified trainers to teach you your job, and the supervisors do not have time to teach you your job, they will send you to a machine and expect you to know how to run it even if you have never run it before. instead, they let their employees train people. This allows people to manipulate just what a new operator will learn and will not learn. They will allow operators to run broken machinery and let you know that the broken machine you are running is not a priority on their list of jobs, instead of moving the operator to a safe machine to run. Overall, if you know your rights and responsibilities as a worker, you will not work for Omex Manufacturing. They treat people like they own you. You are not allowed to talk to fellow co-workers about anything and they stand behind people that they can easily manipulate.