Dirty, poor systems, high turnover, confused vision
N/A (Former Employee) – Akron, OH – March 20, 2017
Start as a temp, no idea when you'll be made permanent or even if you will. The computer systems are a joke and nothing works together. Company doesn't seem to care about retaining good talent or their employees. Seems like a place to stay temporarily but move on as soon as possible-probably why they hire temps. No culture and the morale is off/low.
Not micromanaged, free coffee
Temp work with no end in sight, bad equipment and supplies, dirty
Manufacturing Technician (Current Employee) – Taunton, MA – July 6, 2016
Workplace environment is great. People are friendly but also mean business when it comes down to the wire. Management is a bit shaky when it comes to job scheduling. Everything seems to be in a rush. Hardest part of the job is keeping good workers. A lot of the veteran permanent employees are spread thin and wear a lot of hats. Most enjoyable part of the job is the people and environment. Seems like a lot of these people have been working together for a while.
Its like working with people hiding in the bushes . Management doesn't know what they are doing. The total production relies on one over work guy. No one can make a decision lets go ask the over worked guy. Reminds me of work flee-market
line assembler (Former Employee) – Georgetown, TX – September 22, 2015
Airborn needs a better training process and a better hiring process. They have some incentives but lack follow through. Management struggle implementing ideas and are quick to judge others mistakes but have no idea how to do the jobs themselves or even how to fix the problem. Over all it is a job and it pays.
I liked my job and my co workers, was told that the company wanted to hire me full time. later I find out that they hire a lot of temp employees and keep them for a period of time, them lay them off and hire new temp employees to keep from hiring permanent employees.
In the two and half years at AirBorn I have acquired a wealth of knowledge and experience. My daily responsibilities include daily meetings to review all work in process and to communicate project completion dates, pending issues, follow up reporting and new opportunities. I manage all pending quotes and make schedule and priority adjustments as needed. I review processes and standard times to make adjustments and suggestions for cost savings, equipment requirements and tooling needs. Perform discrepancy analyst to determine root cause, review and approve over time requirements, make process changes to insure continuous improvements and train team members.
large, clean office space
expensive healthcare, no personal or sick time allotments
Assembly Production (Current Employee) – Georgetown, TX – May 7, 2012
A typical day at work is arriving and checking all of the jobs that were pending. If they needed adjustments, I adjust them and send them. I learned to listen and help my co-workers. I don't think that there are difficult things in my current job. The most enjoyable part of the job for me is knowing that I am doing my job right.