deckhand 3 (Current Employee) – Lemont, IL – March 17, 2016
Best and highest paid company to work for. Like any company you always have those guys who slip through the cracks and make it past the 90 days. So depending on who you work with it can either be pleasant and enjoyable or absolutely the worst 3 weeks of your life. As far as pay goes it takes about 9 months to make a little less than 200 a day.
free food, travel pay, good pay and extremely good benefits
Live on Deckhand 3 (Current Employee) – Cassville, WI – July 22, 2016
Great job for the bachelor. Advancement great wages and atmosphere. Values safety above all else. Learn many aspects of the job always learning things. Worst and only downfall is being away from home. Co Workers are always the best
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Rexburg, ID – February 16, 2016
Terrible and contentious work environment. Long term employees were highly disrespectful and refused to help or teach new employees. Often blames their mistakes on the new people, No accountability, especially in the customer service department among the supervisor and her underlings.
CS Rep (Former Employee) – Rexburg, ID – January 6, 2014
This is the worst employer I have ever had. They treat their employees as if they do not matter whatsoever. They have turned me down for a raise various times but continue to ask me to do more work than I get paid for currently. They try to make you feel important when the boss is around, but after that, you learn that they do no care at all about you, just themselves. I have not received a raise in well over a year. It is just terrible all around.
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you are not important, your ideas don't matter, you don't matter, terrible pay, no raises, no compensation for lateral moves up in the company.
TILE INSTALLER (Former Employee) – Santa Ana, Ca. – September 2, 2015
Working for Artco was very good for me because I really learned a lot of things that I still use in my life now, especially math. I would get jobs to lay tile and stone in million dollar custom homes and have to lay out huge floors.
Deckhand (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 5, 2014
Survived being a deckhand for almost a year and a half, sustaining damage to my body, which I didn't report as worker's comp, because I had intentions of moving up to an office position. Transferred to Hillman position on land, which was less taxing, but grossly mis-managed, and included unnecessary exposure to safety hazards due to either negligence or incompetence on the management's part. Grew tired of coworkers and supervisors who were illiterate.
Sales Associate (Seasonal) (Former Employee) – Rexburg, ID – February 5, 2013
I was only hired as a seasonal worker and it was a great experience for me. I believe if it would have turned into full time I would have loved it. The staff was very caring even though we were seasonal and the management was aproachable on any level.
Q.A. Inspector / Quality Control (Former Employee) – Temple, TX – October 26, 2014
morning meeting of set schedules for certain departments that needed special attention. The product that was product by artco - bell mainly were school desk learned the process how one was made started as raw material ending with chrome all acessories added then placed in speciale cardboard containers. Coworkers were all male found it intersting and not diffucult at all. The hardest part of my was rejecting the final product . I enjoyed my job very much i was in every department that Artco - Bell had learning many thing to quality control
deckhand (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – May 29, 2013
the company i work for now is a great company a typical day is hard to explain because there is really nothing typical about it we never no what the next day holds the hardest part of the job is im gone anywhere from 26 to 34 days at a time sometimes more the most enjoyable thing is im home for anywhere from 26 to 34 days