Vickers Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Vickers was a famous name in British engineering that existed through many companies from 1828 until 1999.
Former Employee - Consultant says"* Health insurance premium for family will be $920/month or $480 for employee plus spouse * Office environment dreary as very few people working there (good if you like working alone). * Little, if any, interaction with other employees."
Team Leader (Current Employee) says"The word 'revolving door' comes to mind. Not a good place to work. A lot of people who will gladly stab you in the back. Very two faced culture. Avoid."
Cashier (Former Employee) says"i enjoyed working for this company interacting wit the people was one thing i liked the most, i love the responsibilty of numbers so this department was like an amsment park for me .Although the management was unprofessional at time not showing up for there shifts i had to cover there responsibility,but i didnt mind cause it opened up more doors for me.pay an hoursno health care"
cashier (Former Employee) says"good co workers but irregular hours taking bets and paying out winnings"
Buyer/Inventory Planner (Former Employee) says"The management seemed to understand what work needed to be done in the warehouse and in the shop. Some workers did about as little as they could to keep a job while others did their best all of the time to make as much production happen as they could. Management always seemed to be fighting against those whom wanted to work the least.Good medical benefits."
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) says"This business has closed. It has been bought out by competitors. There are none left in the st louis area. I doubt that any will be reopening. Out of business."