Productive, team-based work, plenty of overtime if needed.
Bodyline Operator (Former Employee) – Cresco, IA – October 1, 2015
A typical eight hour day production job manufacturing products (air filters) on a rotational assembly line. Worked with other operators to insure a quality product is made and exceeds customer needs and satisfactions. Learned a lot about root cause analysis to identify and fix issues involving machinery and quality. Management was fairly easy to get along with most days and almost all other employees were great to work with. Had the best benefits of any job I'd ever had but was sometimes difficult to work at a fast pace during a hot/humid day.
Good wages, benefits including paid vacations and holidays, and overtime pay.
Business Process Consultant Intern (Current Employee) – Bloomington, MN – January 21, 2015
My experience at this company has been very valuable, especially in the change management realm. I've had exposure to domestic and internaltional teams and business functions. The company doesn't invest in employee development. It also doesn't take many risks within the industries it's compelled to lead in.
Shipping Coordinator (Former Employee) – Chillicothe, MO – August 12, 2013
I knew when I arrived at work everyday that there would be a new challenge for me to deal with, in the manufacturing world it is a constant change with customer orders and plant expectations. I know my shipping and inventory job very well and the management did not mess with me and let me do my job as it was required.
My advancements in the business over the 12 years i was there were based on my job performance and i was nicely compensated for what i did. The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that i was making and meeting customer expectations on shipping their orders.