Site Supervisor Peoria Leveraged Service Desk (Former Employee) – Peoria, IL – May 8, 2017
My typical day as a supervisor consisted of coordinating a team of IT Remote Support Technicians with assisting multiple clients/businesses and communicating with those clients in order to meet their IT needs. My favorite part of the job was helping techs juggle the needs of their various clients with the resources that were available in order to assist everyone. This was also the most challenging part of the job as resources became more scarce over time.
Tech I Maintenance Mechanic (Former Employee) – LaGrange, GA – May 1, 2017
A good stable place to work. Close to home. The work is hard but the training on the job is good. Its a hot place to work in the summer and cold in the winter. The is comparable with the surrounding businesses.
Supply Chain Specialist (Current Employee) – Jeffersonville, IN – April 28, 2017
Due to the type of business ATS sells their services to, their customers dictate the company culture. It's different from site to site. My site, require lots of mandatory overtime with very little advance notice of when it's required. Work environment can be hot, noisy, and dirty.
Production Coordinator (Former Employee) – Illinois – April 9, 2017
The only way you will ever advance is how much butt you can kiss not by how much work you do. Then when you get a mass layoff you will get a severance pay for each year you have worked. Then the company will challenge your unemployment insurance. Shady & claim great company to work for. Just remember they are a spinoff from Caterpillar.
Not provided with the tools to do the job . Management not understanding the customers contract & needs .
Senior Field Service Engineer (Former Employee) – Peoria, IL – March 31, 2017
Never knowing what your walking into and no support . That I do not want to work for this type of company . Management Not honest . Culture is good and management talks it but dosnt walk it . Not knowing what to say to the customer because I know I am on my own .
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – Peoria, IL – March 18, 2017
Give more autonomy than most technician positions. management and job security are low points. Break times are flexible, while management is pretty inexperienced. Most immediate supervisors are grossly inexperienced and rely on technicians feedback.
Lead Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – United States – March 15, 2017
The benefits are a little below average, but the pay is a little bit above average. Advancement is okay if you are willing to relocate. Managers tend to change often. They talk a good game about training, but fall short. They do provide a safe work environment. Take employee input.
Maintenance Tech ll (Former Employee) – Peoria, IL – March 15, 2017
I worked a very unique shift 3rd 12 hours FRI, SAT, SUN and was paid for 40. My travel and work condition were my biggest issue. Management was totally revolved around corporate ways.The pay and benefits was the reason I stayed for 3 years. I had no personal life working 3 rd shift and it being the weekend shift sucked , it was affecting my family relation ship and I wasn't going to jeopardize it any longer.
This company operates from their portable offices where office staff do nothing but smoke cigarrets and make money joking around. The company hires people who know someone inside but no experience in the actual process of getting the job done properly. No management at all and safety training is done by computer tests but no safety personal on the ground to verify that rules are followed. Is a bogus company just like many others that waste clients money promising that they will turn the place around but in reality they are just costing a fortune to their clients.
A total joke..a bad one
You never see your bosses...lol
Very clicky environment lots of gossiping starting from supervisors and managers
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Peoria, IL – January 17, 2017
Great people with poor coordination of assets and poor product focus. Management has poor line of site on company strategic goals. Antiquated views on technology and software hinder company use of technological resources. Staffing company with grand dreams of huge profits and revenues without any real deliverable path to accomplish those goals.
Plant Production Manager (Former Employee) – Greensboro, NC – January 10, 2017
This is a great company to work for. It is a family owned facility that started out small and has grown. Everyone worked together to help this company grow and I enjoyed working every day. It was fast paced and busy at all times.
Advancement Possibilities/Bonus/Employees Are Like a Family