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- 4.018 Jul 2014Promotional RepresentativeCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
The network of people you meet is unbelievable and always full of fun and surprises. Representing such a company comes with some of the best perks and I love attending Deep Eddy Events.
It is hard to touch base with HR and other employees if you are not located in Austin. Deep Eddy is vastly expanding across the nation but it takes knowing someone or connections in Austin to make an impact or get your foot in the door.
- 5.027 Mar 2018Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Fantastic company to work for!! Great teamwork! Everyone gives it their all and you meet different people everyday that are just excited to be there. Management is awesome and you feel like you are part of a family!
None. They will be expanding in the future and that will only make it better, it can get quite crowded sometimes so that will be great1
- 3.018 Dec 2014Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Lots of insight to how the alcohol manufacture industry functions. Relatively high pay for the kind of work you're doing.
Don't expect to be utilized to your full potential. The people higher up the ladder have too many things going on to care what the lower level staff thinks.
- 2.02 Jul 2019Machine OperatorCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsAustin, TX
Was great working there before the company traded hands and managers were all changed.
Bad Management and low employee moral
- 1.018 Feb 2016Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
They occasionally give you a free bottle of vodka
Management is reactive rather than pro-active, so unmaintained machines frequently break down, supplies run out, nobody seems to know what's in stock. You often work a part day until something breaks, then an extra long shift the next day trying to catch up.
- 1.04 Jun 2015ProductionFormer Employee, more than 1 yearDripping Springs, TX
Two free bottles of vodka a month. Indoor restrooms. Free ice and water. Unlimited smoke breaks. You can get drunk at work if you are the production manager/safety coordinator.
Poverty level pay, mandatory overtime, no safety, weak management. No room for advancement. Sugar, sugar everywhere.
- 5.09 Jan 2019Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Fun brand. Growing brand. Take care of their employees.
Still growing. Could lose innovation now that they have been purchased by Heaven Hill.