ProBuild Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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ProBuild Holdings was a privately held diversified supplier of lumber and building materials to professional builders and contractors in the United States.

A former employee shares her disappointing experience on indeed.com, "ProBuild is good but Managent is terrible.. Especially if you are a female. If you are a female they minimize your value. They have very little respect for women and men as well. Tremendous favoritism. This place needs Management personnel with actual management skills or some kind of training. I was so disappointed. I have been in this business 25+ years and never was I subjected to such a demeaning environment. Mind you , I was not terminated by any means. I left the this company because it was intolerable."

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"Pay is very low for the amount of work we do, owner will throw others under the bus to make himself look better, prices are too high for any local to pay."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Upper management only cares about the numbers, not the people. They will replace good people that produce but make more with less experienced people just to make more profit. They overload you with work and expect it done yesterday."

Assembly Line Worker says

"Worst management I've ever seen no safety enforced"

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"Do a lot of work with no credit and very little money. No support from upper management , its a good stepping stone, but not where to stay for long term"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"After the buyout by Builders First Source, all that optimism is gone. BFS is run by grandparents who haven't the slightest idea what to do with this "new fangled" internet, with these "upstart" kids talking about "big data" and "connectivity"."

Former Employee - Cashier says

"Dixieline Lumber Co. is a very unprofessional place to work. You are basically just a number to them. There computer system is from 1913. The Managements lack of communication, and the lack of training employees correctly is the reason why I no longer work there anymore. There's a lot of favoritism and I can see why there is a very high turn over."

Former Employee - Material Handler - Forklift Operator says

"After giving it all you've got, doing the best you can at your job (sufficiently getting all your multiple tasks (while extreme multitasking) completed), and even going above and beyond to be a great valued worker in hope to get promoted (some fair day in life); It is a real shocker and hard to come to terms of making logical sense when you are all of a sudden jobless."

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"pushy work place. poor planning. everything seems rushed and the management cant deal with that very well. nickel and dime you to death. each year I got great reviews and a whopping 35 cent raise. they don't appreciate nothing. big talk about moving you up in the company evrytime. dead end job . and they love to take advantage of a good worker , and do not know how to disapline a bad employee at all. oh I almost forgot, they push you all day to get 10 hrs of work done in 7 hrs so you get a lunch and then go home. winter time is hard,no good pay. my advise is that if your gonna take a job there do yourself a favor and get a second job...."

Former Employee - Manager - IT says

"Leadership is clueless. First the CEO known as tiring tide rob. Now builders with poor communication no plan. Took eps leader in probuild and put him in lead integration role. Now it's the clueless integrating the clueless"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Lots of hours, pay not very rewarding. Employees not rewarded for work they achieve. No real incentives for hourly employees. Your pay is lowered because you will be working at least 15 hours of overtime a week. Very demanding hours."

Driver (Former Employee) says

"You gotta be in the club to get by there. The next management there was a complete joke , taking all the credit for what we employees made happen and never compensated us for the hard work we did."

C.D.L Flatbed Truck Driver (Former Employee) says

"Bottom line, everything HERE was always my fault.. It was never right. I worked the Saturday shift that literally no one else ever worked that was seniority... Very micromanaged. The customers were great, but the whole thing about this place was just not good. Trucks always non maintained. I had a fun experience in a C.D.L. truck going down Zimmerman Trail with no brakes.. Let me tell ya that was a real "think fast" situation. Everything with everyone that I worked with there was always in argument mode."

Warehouse worker (Current Employee) says

"A typical day at work is reading tickets and preparing orders for customers and salesman. I learned how to build exterior doors and operate door shop equipment such as bore machine,striker,and routers. My coworkers are very nice and outgoing people. The hardest part of the job is lifting impact glass. The most enjoyable part of my job is building a door in a short period of time.OvertimePoor management"

Sales Manager (Former Employee) says

"Company does not care about people that work for them. They want impossible goals in this market place.company truckno salary increases"

Floor Supervisor/int. and ext. sales (Former Employee) says

"Very hard working days with long hours with no help. Manager was a nice guy with little power to compensate workers for hard work done. Our division was shut down due to not being in future ideas of Pro Build. With the direction they wanted to go. I wouldn't recommend working there.noneunorganized company"

Clean up crew (Former Employee) says

"It was a typical day working for pro build. I learned some basic stuff like operating a fork lift, flat stacking lumber and dealing with inventory. In my opinion the management sucked and they were very unfair. The work environment was okay. just a typical lumber yard that was very far from home. I would have to say the hardest part of the job was having to drive far to get to work as well as trying to learn every single piece of product in the yard as well as having to clean the whole yard by myself. To me this job was very miserable and there was no enjoyable part working for this job.short lunch break, bad working environment"

Saw Operator | BFS (Former Employee) says

"I didn't not like working here. The job was awful they didn't pay well and the management was horrible to employees. I would not recommend anyone to work there."

Warehouse Driver/Estimator (Former Employee) says

"Always work to do, you kept busy, and always had people who would go extra for you, It was a place where you were respected, and had given respect, had many classifications to this company, and was always up for more, This company was purchased by another company out of state and we had to transition to , not hard to do, just name change, is all, everything else remained the sameco-worker, staffPoor raise, Underpaid, some management, no opertunities for advancement"

Fabricator (Former Employee) says

"A typical day would consist of me arriving at work at 4:30am and starting a truss job that was ready for me and others working in my crew, after completion we would start another job, and continue this routine until 2:30 when 2nd shift would take over.decent payoutside weather, no job security"

Customer service, cashiering (Former Employee) says

"Was shown compassion when I had a family crisis to deal with. I felt as though I received adequate training for the tasks that were required. I was given some opportunity to learn things outside my original position."

Truss Builder (Former Employee) says

"This company offered a hot fast paced work environment. The supervisor did not notice hard work nor appreciate reliability. He expected everybody to work their tails off and were not compensated fairly."

yard leader (Former Employee) says

"store was closed, low sales, corporate would not support an inventory to support customer needs, young inexperienced managers, worked for three managers.on my own in yardlow pay"

Logistics Technician (Former Employee) says

"Every day was nonstop. Fast paced environment in which the work never ends. A lot of overtime available. Not the greatest of base pay, but the overtime definitely makes up for it. Time long hours aren't really noticed because you stay so busy. Hard work, but you will definitely get in shape working at this job."

Machine Operator/forklift (Former Employee) says

"Good place to work and to get some experience with working with lumber,friendly place and everyone helps each other! I would of stayed but I had to relocate,real good experience"

Engineered Wood Specialist (Former Employee) says

"I enjoyed most of my time at pro build great people to work with, given the chance to challenge myself I enjoyed designing engineered floor systems learned alot"

Accounts Payable Clerk (Former Employee) says

"Was great to work for but when they were bought out and had to relocate to TX I had to say no. I did not want to relocate. The people were great to work for and friendly,"

Customer Service Technician (Former Employee) says

"Early Mornings and late nights. Great way to learn new skills, and acquire them efficiency. Fast Dynamic need to learn fast or you'll get behind.. 30 minutes lunches"

Builder (Former Employee) says

"Pretty good work environment, it makes for a great stepping stone. You can also learn a lot of tecnics, you can use throughout life."

Laborer/Operator (Current Employee) says

"Gets hectic most days Learn a lot about houses and material used to build houses Management is okay Great co-workers Lift thousands of pounds of lumbers and have to hand organize it in all types of weather The most enjoyable part of day is I get to work with and good friend of mine and my brotherWork with my brother and good friendHave to work in heat, rain, and snow"

Senior Project Manager (Current Employee) says

"ProBuild was a good company to work for until a recent buy out. The new company has little need for IT services making any endeavors a challengegood peoplelittle need for IT services"