Line Lead (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – November 28, 2017
A production plant for DVD's and other media of the type.
With few exceptions the chances for growth are non-existent for those employed here.
Learning to operate or set-up machines is normally restricted to full time employees.
The culture is solely you till your shift ends as once your production line begins all conversations are expected to cease and full attention given to your immediate work assignment until the next break is called.
Standing on a "cushioned pad" on a concrete floor in a single location for hours can be taxing on the legs and back. And looking down at an assembly line run identical objects pass your eyes can be hypnotizing. I would advise caution in such an environment.
Crew Leader (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – November 15, 2017
well first you go in and scan your badge to gain access then go to your designed area , clock out for lunch , clock back in and make it back to your area before your time is up clock out go home and repeat process
Line Worker (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – November 6, 2017
There was no sitting around and waiting unless an emergency happened or you ran out of material to use. The hardest part about this job was the labor at min wage. Most enjoyable was meeting new friends in the end. The line leaders were very understanding and good people.
DVD Print Technician (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – September 21, 2017
You shifted in different departments, printing, making plates, screen printing, The holidays were rough, Many DVD's had to be printed. 40 to 50 thousand was a good day. When you are a new employee you didn't just stay and learn one machine it was 4 different departments. Plate burning department was a mad house. making new plates and discarding old ones. 8 presses to keep up with. one dvd had 5 cylinders for one job. also 3 presses was for silk screening, so you had to make the screens. all this by yourself.
Day was fast
Long day 12 hrs, standing. you had to meet a quote
Quality Control Technician (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – September 4, 2017
When I first started working there, it was a pretty good place to work. I learned a lot of new things when working there. Working in Quality Control was not easy but I really liked it. We didn't have set break times, that was a really good thing. But things kept getting worse and worse. The workplace started to became a battle ground between the employees. They started down sizing, so you never know when you will be next to be walked out the door. The work started with 4 people, ended up only one person was doing it. If someone had to take off for vacation time you most likely would be working a week before you would get another day off, because they didn't have any body to come in to take their place.
Good health insurace
If they tell you that U have to work overtime and put your name on the list and U don't come in, They will write U up and fire U.
Print Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Richmond, IN – September 2, 2017
I very much loved my job there! It was fast paced laid back. My boss was amazing but they had to shut down due to all the new technology. Not many people buy cd anymore so they had no option but to close the doors..
Data Entry (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – July 31, 2017
Enjoy work here. The people are great and kind. Have a great manager staff. The 16 years that I have worked for this company has been a learning experience. Have had a lot of learning opportunities at this company.
Molding Technician (Former Employee) – Commerce, CA – July 18, 2017
the music industry manufacturing company that was the biggest and the development of the dvd plan was the best business improvement. But Time Warner sold us to Cinram a Canadian company that eventually closed the plan.
Competitive work place, very good teamworking skills.
Distribution Clerk (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – June 8, 2017
I worked in the distribution section. I was working in the returns. We made sure we had returned each movie to its location or created a new location for our movies. I worked on the assembly line and I hadon't to make sure that the quality of each movie that I packaged was excellent and also had to make sure we packaged the correct movie.