My overall experience, they lack in training and boosting morale.
Machine operator (Former Employee) – Illinois – May 11, 2016
When I first started working there I understood exactly what was needed for the day, but then over the years when ownership changed it became more difficult to understand what you were going to do for that particular day.
Basically what I learned for the most part was self-taught I had to teach myself on how to use some or if not most of the measuring gadgets, as well as filling out documents, and a lot of that I should have been trained on. According to SOP's.
In terms of management there really was no good directions from managers, I mean you never felt like you were a part of the company, for them it just seems like the bottom line was the most important aspect of the job, and to me in our field quality has to supersede quantity. But you just never felt like you could express yourself in a way that management would listen or even understand your concerns. Very sad.
The hardest part of the job was advancing your career.
The most enjoyable part of the job was helping other coworkers I really enjoyed that.
My co-workers were great. And anytime we needed to figure something out we help each other, great coworkers