Line Worker (Former Employee) – Canton, MI – January 27, 2016
i really liked most of the people in this plant but i had one manager that use to say rude things all the time and his boss would never say anything about it even when he said profanity to workers. and called them out there name and you should have to work with anyone like that,
A typical day at work for me would be to arrive before 8 a.m. and check my email. I would gather data for spreadsheets/reports and have them out by the daily/weekly/monthly deadline. Then I would typically sort invoices, scan those that are emailed to customers and send them out, and fold the rest, stuff envelopes, and have them ready before the mail carrier picks them up. The rest of the day is spent sorting AP documents, matching, answering phones, doing collections, filing, and handling any issues that may arise. I learned a lot about accounts payable in this job. The management is great, my co-workers are great. It's a relaxed environment most of the time, and I don't have a real schedule, which is the most enjoyable part of the job in which I am able to make my own hours. The hardest part of the job is the pressure at the end of the month when reports are due.
No schedule, wear jeans, lots of learning opportunities.
No opportunity for advancement, no benefits in my current situation, hours have been cut due to dependence on oil & gas.
Engineer (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 9, 2015
Dont expect much in the way of promotions, bonus, or hiring of qualified people to fill much needed craft positions. More concerned with bottom line than improving the safety and reliability of the equipment.
long hours, unclear and difficult processing of capital money.
During daily meetings personal and non buisness related banter plagued the meetings, that were daily,long and laborious. Management frequently broke company rules such as hiring friends and family. Lack of compensation for knowledge and experience is another complaint.
outdated equipment, poor management, lack of proper compensation
Being a former employee if you want to work for a reincarnation of Adolf Hitler and work in extreme conditions and not get noticed for your work output or recieve NO wage increases and be lied to about a job promotion then this is the place to work for The new General Manager is such a dictator you swear you were working in a concentration camp and if you are a temp working for Bodycote EMPLOYEE BEWARE AND YOU WILL BE SORRY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And the best part about working at Bodycote is if the company calls for a lay off they wait until the Thanksgiving and Christmas season to do lay offs
Heat Treating Specialist (Former Employee) – Fremont, CA – May 8, 2014
As a member of the swing shift crew we worked closely together to process customer supplied parts in various brazing and heat treating operations. These operations were performed in various atmospheres per customer requirements. I would load, attach thermocouples, seal the chamber, program the furnace and proceed to run the furnace operation. At the conclusion of the operation I would unload the furnace and move the parts to their next operation. I also kept the furnace logs and thermocouple logs updated.
great location and great hours.
i was scheduled to move to day shift prior to my leaving the company.
A World Wide Heat Treat Company - Ipswich branch does heat treating and Brazing
Quality Control Inspector (Current Employee) – Ipswich, Ma. – March 4, 2013
I work in the quality department so i do hardness and braze inspections, certifications, deal with customer issues, etc. Part of my job for awhile involved working in other sister plants. I work with a wonderful group of employees, and what i love about my job the most is the diversification of it. It is not a job where i do the same thing over and over again.
OFFICE MANAGER (Former Employee) – South Windsor, CT – August 29, 2012
On a typical day I would handle any employee issues or concerns. I would process reports from time clock to create payroll file to send to corporate. I would place ads for job openings. I would handle all new hire and benefit paperwork. Schedule drug testings