Most of the employees are very friendly and customers are grateful for your products.Was best job ever, every night was amazing, i did my job proficiently every night, i enjoyed the people i worked with and the managers, i would recommend this job to anyone who would like to be a 'modern day black smith' Work was always different and enjoyable every day. The hardest part was having to separate from them when they re=located to ID.The company really takes care of the employees with BBQ's, holiday benefits and of course gifts of knives from time to time.The only problem I saw was advancement, seemed like a difficult place to advance in the company and the pay.building fixed blade knives and getting the materials already for the building of the knives and working the other stations in the department and once and awhile in another department.Team work was very important and Buck Knives cares about its people. They have excellent managers that are willing to work with you and train you for advancement.They have excellent benefits as well as they do lots of different perks for their employees. Long hours but the community overall is pretty great.Then, we use a proprietary process developed by Paul Bos to heat-treat our blades for optimum performance and durability. I might even write another review after his reaction!
Buck was an incredible work experience from day 1 til when I leftgreat products and peoplegreat work ethicprice and craftsmanshipauthentic respectful outside of a few individuals who tried to take advantage the people were terrificoverall scope of the company was forward thinking and the management provided strategic direction on many frontsoperationallymarket wiseinnovativelycelebratorybeing over 100 years old created a wonderful array of business opportunities for Buck to be creative and funthe outdoor community is a terrific venue for showcasing innovative and heritage products and market campaignsretailers always paid Buck first due to the positive reputation that the entire company had HORRID I have to agree with the one comment made if you do not kiss managements rear ends you do not get anywhere.And the Buck 119BR Special, with its handsome cocobolo dymondwood handle and shimmering brass guard and butt, will make even the most stoic man turn his head in awe.The inherent quality of Buck knives is readily apparent in the Buck Special.Narcissistic, self centered, favoritism are just a few words to describe who will watching you for any flaw you may have or error you make. The company demands a lot from their employees but upper management does a lot to ensure you're treated well.Good luck - it isn't what it is all made up to be. There are bonus incentives, company picnics, discounts, attendance rewards, paid holidays, and sometimes they'll comp a half day right before a long weekend.