Lonza Employee Reviews in Greenwood, SC
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Everything was good until I got hired I was promised all kind of compensation in my interview and did not receive it so i stuck it out because it was ok to work 15 days a month. Then the pandemic started and we had to work a lot of overtime I hated that. The managerial system is made for them and not the employees
A lot of down time
Short breaks compensation management
Where do I start, this was one of the worst jobs I have ever had when comparing potential to reality. Pay is no where near competitive compared to surounding similar jobs. Direct shift manager was great but anyone above him was garbage when it comes to how they treated us. Paraded us as "essential" workers in Newspaper and then insulted us with $50 walmart gift cards while other companies gave cash bonuses that actually help. Also they have an overtime board that may as well be your Bible because you will need to look at it constantly.
One lead operator who basically does everyones jobs.
It was a productive place job was fairly easy we went through alot when our supervisors got fired and we had do to stuff on our own.
i learned a lot like my first time driving a forklift and even using a pallet jack. Also the hard part was we used to work 12 hours shift and they would call me in to work my days off and that cause me to miss days on the days i had to work because i work so many hours through the week.
Good people, decent pay, management was lacking. Advancement based on social cliques. Very good quality based culture. Hard to navigate social cliques and office politics.
pay, people, culture
office politics and social cliques
The company has a great culture and lots of potential for success, but the management team i work with is unsatisfactory. The current lean manufacturing environment has lead to many positions going unfilled with job vacancies' duties spread to other employees with no compensation for the additional workload.
good potential for success as a company
lean manufacturing environment means excessive workload
Over the years that I had been at Capsugel, which is now Lonza, the management has been terrible. They trying to cut people to save money and run the people that work there to the bare minimum of people to work.
Great co workers