What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Tracker Marine?. Horrible place to work, I wish I could give it 0 stars. As a woman you will be harassed! And the company will do nothing about it. Working here has destroyed me as a person. I would return if option came available. Lot of advance opportunities. Benefits could be better. Job security is pretty good. Been a while since I've been there to really give many updates. How would you describe the pace of work at Tracker Marine?. They have great pay, great benefits, good working hours. You normally have three day weekends but always two. They do give overtime if needed. There is always room to advance up in the company. Could have been a promising job, but had to leave for family reasons. But if the manager actually knew what he was doing that place could have been thriving. Started of working only 40 hours a week. By the end i was working 12 hour days 5 to 6 days a week. Co-workers were great. The pay was really good compared to most places in town. The only issues i ever had while working there was the hours near the end and also some management. I would definitely recommend despite these issues. I moved up fast in tracker was very pleased. Till I got on welding and the job started to hurt my back bad. I asked to be moved and still can't move me. Warehouse Receiving and bass boat assembly (Former Employee)–. A typical day at Tracker Marine included loading and unloading wood and plastic sheets, operating a machine to cut out the pieces following a pattern and guidelines for what was needed for that day. I also assisted others if I finished early with their order for the night. I cleaned my space regularly and performed minor repairs and maintenance to the machines as needed. I enjoyed working with my hands and operating the various machines and tools like a forklift. I enjoyed working independently but as a vital part of a team. Hard work good pay. Long hours molds are junk makes for more repairs. Management does nothing to fix the problems. Hard to get tools you need to do your job. See more Tracker Marine reviews by job title. Fast paced..push you hard pay good but not enough for what you have to do..very hot in factory lots of clicks if your not in one your out. Not enough time on breaks. How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?. The HR manager made the work experience very stressful. I loved my job there, but the pay was too low, and the manager over me was condescending to myself, and most employees. It's a close place Where I stay And enjoy working there. What is the most stressful part about working at Tracker Marine?. Benefits are good, but not for what you have to put up with, have been sick twice from metal fume fever because they will not improve the ventilation, cussed out when the leads are in a bad mood, threatened to be fired just because you would choose not to upload your picture on workday, I could say a lot more, if they would just get in there better management that didn't all belong to the same clic' it could and would be a good place to work. The hardest Part of the job is hanging the motors I love the employees coworkers in the managers they're easy to get along. Learned a lot about boats and marine engines since starting my work here. Has a busy and off season due to nature of boating. Have enjoyed my time here. Want to know more about working here? Ask a question about working or interviewing at Tracker Marine. Our community is ready to answer. Ask a Question. Was a very busy position but wasn't to hard. For the most part it was a great job. Management could use some work. 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