National Assemblers Complaints and Reviews
Last Updated On: August 18, 2016
RatingsAverage Rating: 1.00 out of 5
Based On: 5 Reviews
Number Of Comments: 85
Damage ReportsReported Losses: $30,200.00
Average Reported Losses: $6,040.00
Most Recent Complaint
Sad Sad Company to Work For
National Assemblers is not the company to work for. If you go the route of pro’s and con’s working here, the con’s out weigh the pro’s. I worked four yrs for this company and the communication with the office is terrible to say the least .When you start out. expect to dish out for your tools needed… $500 and your first check in a month from hire date.
To start out with , they pay you .20 a mile after the the first hundred miles . Say you are sent to a store that’s 50 miles away from home and back daily for 5 straight days , you have traveled 500 miles with no reimbursement at all. There is NO travel pay, no money for daily food.They do pay for hotels if you are at least one and a half hrs from home.
Its not unusual to travel 400 – 600 miles a week also. National Assemblers pay you by piece work every two weeks and I will say I have never had trouble with getting paid from them. You can work hard and make good money, but you will be putting in a lot more than 8 hrs a day . They DO NOT allow overtime pay , so one works 10 hrs a day and claims 4 on their work order which allows you to work 7 days a week , which the company expects of you to do. Its a wink wink thing! It obvious when a worker turns in a work order for the day claiming say, 25 bikes and ten large grills , its impossible to do it in 8 hrs.
Another thing is scheduling your work. You don’t know where you are going to be the next day till you get online after working for the day and put your work order in. You may be working in a town 200 miles away from home and then the day after that be 200 miles the other way . No way to plan your family time or any other important things.
The busiest site on the work site is pay advance, which allows a worker to get a advance pay at the cost of $10 for every hundred you want to borrow. But the thing is , you are borrowing money off the work orders YOU have sent in for WORKING . You can easily spend at least $100 TO $150 A WEEK out of pocket to travel around store to store. One last thing. they expect you to get a “helper” to help you work. But YOU have to pay him at least $8 a hour and throw a tip at the end of the day. So you will pay him at least $320 a week to help. Good luck if you work for this company….just saying…………
Most Recent Reviews
Class Action Lawsuit
Complaint Filed By: andy the bike builder
On: October 21, 2013
Rating: 1 out of 5
Reported Losses of $10,000.00
I have worked for National assemblers inc and since feb 2012 when Morgan and Morgan filed a federal class action...
National Assemblers Ripped Me Off For My Hard Work
Complaint Filed By: Chris Vanworth
On: October 6, 2013
Rating: 1 out of 5
I took a seasonal position as a bike assembler at National Assemblers, in Midland and Odessa TX. I assembled bikes...
This company is a piece of work!
Complaint Filed By: Jay
On: February 6, 2013
Rating: 1 out of 5
Reported Losses of $200.00
I worked for this sorry **** company for about a month because that’s all i could take. I received a...
A piece work contractor who deals with Walmart
Complaint Filed By: Maine bike builder
On: October 7, 2011
National Assemblers is a piece work contractor who deals with Walmart in New England. For each bike grill or piece...
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More About National Assemblers
Previously Know As: EAST COAST ASSEMBLERS INC.
Additional Addresses: 2445 QUANTUM BLVD BOYNTON BEACH FL
Previous Websites: nationalassemblers.com, eastcoastassemblers.com