Very hot and dirty place to work, and the fact they are moving to Mexico is a major con.
welder (Current Employee) – Goshen, IN – May 25, 2013
My typical day is sweating right as I walk in the door from the heat of the ovens and welding. Paperwork is filled out every hour with the majority filled out before work. Quality processes are then followed such as; making a first piece, measurements, and paperwork. I have learned many things while I worked here which I self-taught many through observation and practice. Welding, brake press set-up, and fixture development are some examples. My co-workers are very hard workers and most are happy in their positions. The hardest part of the job is, that even though I have worked very hard and have been the person everyone has counted on to accomplish tasks I have been overlooked for any advancement opportunities. The best part is that I get to work with my dad, even if he is my one of many bosses.
good benefits and good co-workers
very hot and dirty, also very little advancement and personal growth oppertunityies.