Supervisor (Former Employee) – Haltom City, TX – January 27, 2016
This was a very good job, the only down side of the job is the health care benefits where terrible. Another down side to the job was that when I would schedule work related things throughout the day for the boss, he would not answer his phone so therefore I would get customers calling and complaining that no one has showed up to their house.
Door technician / job planner / installer (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – June 9, 2015
Meeting with customers and architects, designing, proposing and installing of new doors, frames and hardware, including automatic and swing operators for commercial, industrial and medical applications.
Hardest part of the job was not having enough time in the day.
The most enjoyable part of the job next to a completed project is the happiness and gratitude from a customer for a job well done.
Ability to provide 100% complete customer satisfaction.
Temp Service (Current Employee) – Green Bay, WI – March 3, 2015
Picking out orders, getting them ready for shipment. Learned a lot about warehouse jobs. Management was awesome. Had the opportunity to work with great people. The hardest part of the job was trying to make the boxes fit into the skid. The most enjoyable part of the job was no pressure at all.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Neenah, WI – December 15, 2013
This job was only a short-term contract position and we never got to actually take any phone calls. We trained for four days, and the training was very intense. I enjoyed the job very much and would love to be able to go back to their client company again, but the compensation is not enough for me to survive on my own. Their client offers a very involved training program, which is wonderful. I just wish that it would have panned out better for me at the time. The people that I worked for were wonderful and the training team were excellent.
If you are not fussy about work, they are a great company to work for
Laborer (Current Employee) – Stevens Point, WI – November 21, 2013
A typical day at work was different each day. I learned different job skills and how to work in different environments. Management was very good the staff made sure you enjoyed your job as well as the pay. I got along with all my co-workers, they made work more fun as well as enjoyable. There was never a hard part I could accomplish the tasks that were given to me. Always had good co-workers and always enjoyed going to work.
The current position is a mixture of applied and basic research, and business operation (product introduction and sales). The typical work day involves laboratory and applied research, customer support, production, and shipping. It has been an excellent learning experience but management has been challenging with a lack of clarity in direction. It is enjoyable work that is output dependent with some degree of freedom. The most difficult challenge is insufficient resources to manage the high level of requests from management.
Medical coverage. Independence.
Operational understanding with management can be improved.