Contractor (Current Employee) – Elko, NV – September 21, 2017
This is a company who hires you out for temporary jobs. I would go to a job and only work for a couple of weeks than have a week off waiting for the next job. That was the hardest part of the job, not a steady pay check. The other down side was no benefits. The enjoyable part was going to different companies, learning new skills, and doing different jobs.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Weiser, ID – April 21, 2017
They sent me to work at a wood mill, basically. I worked on a laminating line for sheet rock, particle board, super lite, and wood and we basically glued wallpaper onto to them. Hard work and stressful environment especially when something goes wrong. Usually 9+ hours Mon-Fri and sometimes Saturdays. The manager of RWP West is outstanding and will work with you if you need some time off. I never needed to speak with the people at American Staffing Inc.. The hardest part about the job for me personally was having to get up at 4:30 a.m. every day and start working by 6 a.m.
Line worker (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 15, 2016
SUMMARY Responsible for performing production work in factories. Stars, operates, tends, stops, and cleans machines. Assembles finished product. Inspects product to ensure high quality. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES Start up and stop equipment. Assist with production line in factories. Clean production area. Sweep, mop, and and remove debris. Load and unload items from machines, carts, and dollies. Feed or place items onto equipment for processing. Lubricate equipment. Measure and pour ingredients. Ensure conformance to specifications. Turn valves to regulate flow of liquids or gas. Mix ingredients. Pull damaged or ineffective equipment off the line. Mark parts for identification. Measure length of extruded article. Place equipment on conveyor belt for further processing. Remove product and machine attachments. Scrape waste material from machine. Read and interpret gauges. Record data. Load and unload processing equipment. Ship finished products. Pour materials into machine hopper. Take instructions from supervisors.