Apw Wyott Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
APW Wyott is a leading provider of quality food service equipment to retail food merchandisers worldwide. With specialized equipment designed for cooking, toasting, heating & holding, warming, and merchandising food items, APW Wyott serves customers in the fast food, casual and fine dining, convenience store, supermarket, hospitality, and institutional markets.
A former Buyer/Planner from Cheyenne, WY claims in a review published by INDEED that All is about the money at APW Wyott: "APW Wyott was always about the bottom line. Employees were always underpaid. I took the job to help develop my career after graduation from college and I felt like I was still in school"
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) says"It's a setup for failure, people who have been there a while, will not train properly, they also discriminate. They allow people to fight on property."
Buyer/Planner (Former Employee) says"APW Wyott was always about the bottom line. Employee were always under paid. I took the job to help develop my career after graduation from college and I felt like I was still in school!"
former employee (Former Employee) says"Incompetent management with unrealistic expectations lording over underpaid/overworked employees.Occasional free lunch, but it's the same cheap, processed stuff you can get at convenience stores.Everyone there is unhappy except the management team."
Forklift Operator and Material Handler (Former Employee) says"When I first started this job I was very young and thought it was a dead end job but altogether I not only did learned work ethic but also some life skills."
Assembler/Production (Former Employee) says"This was a assembly line work warehouse with no advancement opportunities beyond where i was i ran my own line building plate loweraters abd also assembled on other lines building cabinets and other hot plates by sweating pipes and hooking up electrical switches. The company shut down production in cheyenne wyoming thats the reason i stopped working there they laid everybody in cheyenne off.Work in a fast pace on your own. Good work hoursBenefits. Low pay"
Warehouse/Assembler (Former Employee) says"Pay was low, raises were ridiculous, lots of overtime. This plant shut down one year after I left, moving everything to South Carolina, Texas and Mexico.It was a job.Too many to list."
Senior Welder (Former Employee) says"APW Wyott was shut down in 2012 when new management bought out the owners. There was no warning about the shutdown; people showed up to work and the doors were locked with a sign. The hardest part of the job was supervising employees who really didn't want to work."
CNC Programmer (Former Employee) says"Work as a programmer and set up man for amada and finn-power turrets machines. In charge of production of parts to feed assembly lines and press brake dept."
Production Control Planner (Former Employee) says"Typical days were rather long and fast-paced. Learned production control process, how to place purchase orders, perform customer service duties and work with government shipment paperwork. Co-workers in my department were committed to performing their duties well and were friendly. Hardest part was being patient when meetings were overly long and the computer work was enjoyable.Paid vacations and paid sick leave.Not always having the tools to do a better job."
Customer Service Manager (Former Employee) says"Company has been acquired through several mergers and acquisitions by competing companies, Local plant and machinery no longer exist in the previous location."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"HR and Standex were the worse. No more jobs in Cheyenne, WY with this business"