Every shift for it's self.
Quality Control Technician (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – September 5, 2017
Turnover rate is somewhat high, training is a joke. It's more a "learn from your mistakes and write-ups". Each shift has it's own attitude and way of doing things. If you send a batch out and it doesn't come back until until after you leave, someone else with take credit for competing it. When I left it was somewhat slow, however I hear mandatory overtime is roughly 10 hour shifts 7 days a week currently. 1 shift will train you and talk about you behind your back, 2nd shift will talk about you to your face and play favorites, and 3rd shift will be too sleepy to care about what goes out because 1st and 2nd will eventually catch it, write you up, and have you correct it.
Great benefits, salaried, hour lunches, job security
Hands off management, cliques, mandatory overtime, central HR