Very good place to work, intimidating at first but the people are very helpful.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Cedar Springs, MI – September 28, 2017
To start the work day, you would clock in and look at the packaging guidelines. Once you figured out what machine and product you are running, you relieve the prior shift. I learned how to find specific defects, and how to fix them. The management was fantastic and always helped out when we had questions or could not figure something out. The hardest part of my job was trying to find what the problem was and what order to fix it in, one problem had more than one solution.
Packager/Assembler (Former Employee) – Cedar Springs, MI – September 9, 2017
People were mean and snobby. it was a completely bad environment. Supervisors didn't care about you or when you reported something. all they cared about was getting their pay. not one cared about anyone.
Packer (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – February 1, 2017
I loved display pack. There was a lot to do there . It was pretty easy but there were days where you just didn't know how busy you would get. It was in a great area as well and it was built to serve, both employees as well as the customers.
Terrible place to work! Upper management plays favorites
Worker (Former Employee) – Grand rapids mi – January 17, 2013
This is the WORST company to work for! The only thing "good" about dpi is the benefits. Upper management plays favorites and is not fair and equal to all! They hire illegal workers and know it! I worked with atleast 4 people that made it NO secret they were illegal. They laid off over 50% of workers a few years back and had the nerve to call some laid off workers to come back through a temp agency for 8.50 per hour ($10+prior to layoff) with no benefits, no personal/vacation time/pay. They use you and dare to question authority, process or procedure you get "blacklisted" and are watched like a hawk for anything to fire you
benefits were good
the so called supervisor played favorites with "her" team