Data Entry (Current Employee) – Florence, KY – May 21, 2016
I love this job! It is a temp service, so I have not been hired on. They are very great about giving you information on where you need to be, what to wear, what to expect. They make sure to work with what your looking for, the hours. They are bad at communication in different aspects. Instead of Direct Deposit they gave me a pay card, they have DD available, but made it seem like they didn't because it's a temp service and DD is more for long term so they rather not go through the process. 2 weeks ago they offered me a new Temp job start when the old one ended. I have yet to hear anything from that or start a new temp job, I called the office several time to no avail.
Great Job once you get your foot in the door, work with your schedule
Pay card, communication, getting from temp job to temp job
Poor communication, no opportunity for advancement.
Onsite Technical Support Technician (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 27, 2015
Management is poor in communication, unreasonable expectations, your expected to know everything without any guidance or training. Had to rely on other colleagues at different locations for some type of guidance. Management changes staff for no reason at all. Would not recommend to anybody.
assembler (Current Employee) – Tucson, AZ – April 23, 2015
sanding up all day packing medical tray's. learned to move fast and be better multi tasker. co workers we interesting to work with, the ardest part of the job was using both hand each hand doing something different could get mixed up at times,
Productive and fun place to work with lots to learn
Helper Coordinator -UPS/Poughkeepsie (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 10, 2015
A typical day would basically start when the drivers were finish their route and they would come in and hand me the helper time cards for the day. I would have to enter all time in the computers database. Paying attention to detail and being accurate. I learn how to you the various types of software to track packages, email drivers, locate drivers packages, was also able to see what work was completed on their route. This all came in handy when customers called regarding their packages. Management was very nice and a pleasure to work with as well as the co-workers. The hardest part of the job was just knowing that it was a contract assignment and it would end. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with a group of nice pleasant people.
holiday season would bring in all sorts of holiday goodies.
assembly (Current Employee) – IL – February 9, 2015
The place I work at is great but Cor-tech as the temp service sucks. I haven't been paid in almost a month. They can't seem to get things straightened out enough so I can get paid. No one seems to communicate with each other in the business or the place I'm placed at. It's just awful. If I didn't need my job I'd quit just because of this temp service.
Fiber Network Documentation Analyst (Current Employee) – Mountain View, CA – April 13, 2015
This is a very hands off company that is minimally involved with employees and employment activity. The CorTech staff are all very nice, but, there is little to no interaction/response from the recruiters.
Work Order Admin (Former Employee) – 60040 – November 10, 2014
I would review work orders from the previous 2 shifts. I would create new work order as people would call problems in, I would revire old work orders that have been "lost in the system", I would set up spreadsheets in excel. On Mondays I would do the time cards for 20 employees. I would update the vacation/sick calendar. I learned about the different machines that are used in production of medication. The Mechanics that I worked with were amazing. My Supervisor had a hard time explaining what he wanted, I used trial and error to figure out the different programs that I had to use (Maximo, Kronos). The hardest part of my job is that my Supervisor would not give me assignments so I would get bored trying to find "little things" to do. The most enjoyable part of my job was learning about Pharmacuticals.
It was a fun place to work with music playing and most people willing to help.
Auditor (Former Employee) – Groveport, OH – March 29, 2014
It was interesting to see how the company was growing and always pulling forward to meet customer demands. The manager was always trying to plan company functions to raise money for the needy. Most of the people that were there would always help you if they could. One of the hardest parts of the job was never knowing until you got there how many hours we were going to work that day. The most enjoyable part of the job was how we were allowed to listen to music daily. It was insperational and motivating.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Grove City, OH – January 10, 2014
The management is terrible on 2nd shift they dont have any openings on 1st so you would work 2nd in the Grove City location cause Groveport isnt hiring dont not seek employment if you have a life cause working 2nd you wont. The people are cool to work with that's the only pro this company had the supervisors are in their own little worlds. Its a temp service so you get no benefits no vacation no payed holidays. I hated walking in everyday to work really bad location to work PLEASE SEEK DIFFERENT EMPLOYMENT there is so place for advancement assessment test many good workers dont get hired like myself thats why I left.
management, stressful work environment, everything
Would not accept me back to work due to medical issues that had been resolved. Kept telling me that there was no work, when there was work. I felt they could have been honest with me instead of lying about work. Way too much work for 8.00 per hour. Most forklift operator jobs start off at 12-15 per hour if certified.
Financial Analyst, Data Entry and OE Applicator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, Ga. – October 2, 2013
Assist department members in researching and completing business issues. Data entry. Develop spreadsheets and workable systems to make job easier and cut time to accomplish. Hardest part was that some employees had a hard time working together. I would help in resolving some of these issues.
Product Tester (Current Employee) – Neenah, WI – October 28, 2013
The people I work with are friendly and helpful. The jobs aren't hard with someone who knows what they are doing helping and once you get the hang of things. It's a great learning experience. I would say the hardest part is not looking at the clock. The most enjoyable is talking to the women who work there.
Principal Research Associate (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – July 16, 2013
I was 1 of 15 chemists who worked there. The management was good. Great labs to conduct research. Co-workers were great to get along with. Geographical location was excellent for those who enjoy outdoor life.