Cleaning room, running machines.
Machine Operator/Assembler (Former Employee) – Jaffrey, NH – August 18, 2015
Clean your work station, check to make sure you have all the right material and the right number(s) of material to finish every lot/work order. Check all qualifications, and specifications to make sure they are in spec and that the material matches up to the right work order. I learned how to fix certain problems on my own, learned how to be my own mechanic to my machine. Co- workers there are very nice, I enjoyed working with another person, usually its two people per machine, when we were low on people sometimes it would only be one person per machine. I really liked working on the machine, and enjoyed the company of the other working with me. The hardest part of the job, is constantly stopping whatever you are in the middle of doing to check and make sure everything is where it is suppose to be, running like it is suppose to be, and making sure it is still within specification for the customers satisfaction. The most enjoyable part of the job, was just doing my job. Knowing I was making medical parts that could help other people or even save their life. I left work every morning feel good about the job I had just done.
Temps still got christmas bonus*
9 Month probation period, was there for almost 2 years and still no word on being hired. No TOA, no sick time, no vacation, and did not get paid holidays.