Pros: co-workers were nice, dealing with computer software and gadgets, food truck, learning more about computers and how to assemble them
Cons: shoddy management with the temp agencies that hire through dell, the risk of being laid-off
Good co-workers. It's fun to communicate. Some co-workers were mean and disgusting. While most of them were friendly. The management were swarming like flies. Nothing bad about the place, except we were just temps that turned permanent workers. Most of the guys were let off their temp agencies just because of the overload of workers that compensate – more... their hiring process.
Most of the time, it's hard to get onto a temp agency and work at Dell with that. Spherion was the temp agency I went through and believe me, it's like being in career school all over again. Paper work was like being in class. Most of the time, they will guarantee a full position if you ask to be permanent, It depends on how you work and if you are productive for them.
I learned that it's not easy being a full time staff there in their warehouse. Once you become a permanent worker, there is no turning back.
I have nothing good to say about how management works. They were shoddy and unreliable when it comes to helping you get onto Dell Manufacturing Warehouse permanently.
Co-workers were great. They were like family.
There was nothing very hard about the job since I know about technology and art.
The food truck, the computers, the operating systems that Dell runs. I have a Dell right now as a matter of fact. – less