All-Clad Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
All-Clad Metalcrafters, LLC is a U.S. manufacturer of cookware with headquarters in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. The company markets its cookware to department stores and specialty stores in the United States, Australia, Canada, Germany, and the UK, along with All-Clad bonded ovenware, kitchen tools, and kitchen accessories.
ClassAction.org mentioned the lawsuit investigation into All-Clad Cookware’s Dishwasher Safe claims, "People have reported thinning and sharpened edges, as well as corrosion, after putting the cookware in the dishwasher. Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether a class action lawsuit could be filed in light of complaints that the cookware isn’t actually dishwasher safe."
Current Employee - Union Steelworker says"They promote the worst people and make good employees wair behind worthless employees for testing advancement"
Former Employee - Warehouse Associate says"Supervisors are disrespectful and there is no A/C"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"High turnover, poor morale, dirty shop."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Hired being told about opportunities for advancement but have you have to see a single case of promotion within the company. Told about opportunities to be trained and advance your skills and be paid for being fully trained within a tear or too but have still yet to be trained. The machines within the company are barely functional and held together by duct tape replacement parts are non-existent in the factory is held together by Bandits. Most term leaders are rather useless hiding from management and the Foreman who are even more useless. Most of which do not know how to properly operate let alone set up the machinery. Overtime is occasionally mandatory to build up Supply so that the company can have a shutdown for a few weeks up to a month to save money while giving little two no advanced warning to the employees."
Current Employee - Cell Member says"Supervisors usually do not know how to do their job or run machinery certain supervisors lie on other members they worry about quantity not quality and terrible on safety.."
Current Employee - Cell Leader says"Complete disrespect to the workers and in ability to provide the proper tools and man power for the jobs needed"
Current Employee - Buyer says"Hostile work environment. Bullying is acceptable. Absentee management."
Current Employee - Manager says"lack of understanding job growth options"
Current Employee - Machine Operator says"You won't get training, won't advance, won't get raises. That's all propaganda they use to get people in the door. They will change your shift with no notice. Simple things, like the work schedule, change by the hour. If you have to choose between working here or living under an overpass and eating roadkill, do you like your raccoon fried or grilled?"
Current Employee - Production Worker says"The pay sucks. Company requires you to do a training period on machines and then test in order to get raises. They never do training, so you never get raises but are still expected to operate the equipment and get production done without the training and without the raise. Most managers are immature and sneaky. Shift supervisors actively try to sabotage each other. Safety is only important when its convenient. Pulled muscles are a huge deal but people going to the hospital with severe injuries are swept under the rug. Quality standards change constantly so you never know what's expected. They treat employees like kindergarten kids. You can't get basic supplies or tools needed to do the job. Maintenance is big on duct tape. They offer quarterly bonuses but never seem to pay them for mystery reasons despite huge sales/profits."
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) says"People on the floor are genuine and hard working. HR rep is misleading and untrustworthy. My fault for believing him without more research, big lesson learned. A major concern is the TIR rate, never seen anything like it. Safety rep and upper management are reactive not pro- active. Never worked anywhere that has a physical rehabilitation contractor on the operating floor on a regular basis. Care is good, prevention MIA. Injuries has become just part of the culture, that is pathetic."
Rotary Operator (Former Employee) says"Depending on the job a typical employee could go home looking like a coal miner or just a little sweaty. Since sold to a foreign company, the once all-American manufacturing company has lost a great deal of its appeal for a worker friendly environment.Until last contract free health insuranceQuality measures have decreased"
Operator (Current Employee) says"Doesn't pay a whole lot and management is awful but it is a decent place to get industrial work experience. Nearly impossible to get raises/training. Good job for when your between jobs.Can learn machineryPay, healthcare, no opportunity to advance"
Machine Operator (Current Employee) says"I have worked here for many years and it is not a bad company to work for. The work place is fairly clean and most of the people are friendly and helpful.. Upper management could use some changes in personnel. Over all the wages are not terrible and it is a union shop. We get 11 paid holidays a year and paid vacation days. They offer a 401 k retirement that they will match up to 5 percent.Paid holidays, paid brealsDoesn't provide great health care"
CNC Operator (Former Employee) says"Punch in, look at the schedule to see what machine you may be running that evening. Get everything set up to run the best pots the fastest you are able."
Union Laborer (Current Employee) says"Temperatures are brutal in the summer. Shifts are set with voluntary or and some mandatory Saturday's. Pay starts at 13 in 3 years your up to almost 19. Most positions are dirty and require some mechanical ability. Most of the management is lazy and no matter how much you produce they want more. Benefits suck for just me I was paying $50 a check which isn't bad until you realize that it covers nothing until you pay $2500 out of pocket then the percentages they pay are a joke after that. In closing if you can take the heat and just want a job that pays decent it's not a bad place to work."
Cell Leader (Current Employee) says"At this factory, you are expected to be quick paced and an eager worker. Being a team player really helps. The lack of appreciation and recognition you get from management or company personnel does not go unnoticed, however.Benefits; decent payNo appreciation; glass ceiling"
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