Material Operator (Former Employee) – Cochran, GA – August 17, 2017
Omg I miss this place so much. Hate that they went out of business. What I loved the most about this job is we had fun while working in a team seeking new ways to improve customer satisfaction. It was always a success. Great benefits!!!!
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Crawfordsville, IN – August 5, 2017
They work alot of overtime. Need people who will do their jobs and care if they are done. You have a pick list for parts. They have locations in the racks. Pull the parts and amounts on the list. Then take to the line that are pulling for.
Breaks about every 2 hours.
The health insurance is price is high and that good either
Assembly Line Operator (Former Employee) – Cochran, GA – June 30, 2017
A fast paced job where it requires you to be quick in your head and hands. Very well trained by the supervisors and trainers. Making light fixtures would sound hesitant for a job to anyone, but the job is well worth the work.
Test Engineer (Current Employee) – Conyers, GA – June 19, 2017
Like most engineers here I was not familiar with the lighting industry or the company name, so my introduction was my recruiter who was honestly really helpful. However I was interested in this role with the understanding between the interviewer and I that I would eventually be progressing to more design work and that the team would only be in its current facility for a month to two months longer... both of which were lies. To be fair, at least on our team, I feel as if pay is pretty decent in regards to most local companies but things have gotten more and more mundane as time has progressed and my career goals that we discussed seem further and further away. I have had all positive reviews, so this is not at all an angry retaliation to the company but I would be remiss if I were not honest in my disappointment in the lack of excitement, challenge, and growth. They have also been acquiring a lot of smaller companies in different parts of north america and it has caused more of a "political" challenge than anything else. Most teams only work Monday-Thursday, 10 hour days, but it's start to become apparent that this may be some strange way to make a thing to ask employees to work on that Friday "just to help out".
Manufacturing Operator (Former Employee) – Crawfordsville, IN – May 31, 2017
Learning the tasks at hand that you had to do everyday was pretty easy. Lifting some of the BIG lights wasn't fun at all... I would come home everyday with muscle pains and my feet hurt also from standing on the concrete floors. They expected you to work overtime everyday including weekends. Some days I would walk in there and literally just stand around and do nothing and the group leader wouldn't even assign some of us something to do. It was as if he/she would play favorites. You also really have to get used to the people you are around to be able to like working there.
You start out at $12.30 and top out at $15.45 in 18 months
Lean company with solid performance and compensation
BUYER/PLANNER - DISTRIBUTION (Current Employee) – Irving, TX – May 9, 2017
Expect to have limited work life balance however the job is challenging in a good way and you will be compensated well. Management is very good and internal growth is available however can be somewhat political.
Assembler and Tester, Electronics (Former Employee) – Conyers, GA – April 27, 2017
I assembled units standing on my feet 40-50 hours a week. I learned a lot on this job such as how to assemble units, soldering, testing and packing. The hardest part was the long hours and lifting heavy objects. I enjoyed working with the people on this job.
Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Chino, CA – March 30, 2017
Most the employees are helpful and welcoming. If you need help we all help each other as a team. Needs better management team that acts upon safety and not just talks about it. You learn the job by asking one another.
Senior Hardware Technician (Former Employee) – Cochran, GA – February 10, 2017
Excellent benefits, good working environment, good supervision, good management, good support team, hardest part of job was this job needed several support personnel but was limited to myself, the enjoyable part was working with good people who understood that 1 person support was a rough assignment but being a professional made support of 500 plus users possible.