Material Handler/Forklift Operator (Former Employee), Menominee, MI – June 3, 2015
Pros: Enjoyment of going to a productive job
Cons: Company relocated to Mexico
Ability to work with variety of people to assemble a product very well known to the public(production of vacuum cleaner systems) , very hard working co-workers with good work ethics. Very good benefits for the short time I was employed there. Satisfaction of knowing I was part of a very productive day - day production.
Good overall - Some disciplines treated better than others
Six Sigma / Improvement Manager (Former Employee), Houston, TX – October 3, 2014
Had been an exciting and enjoyable work environment with great promise, but the business group I was in eliminated operational excellence and business excellence to save expenses. The company does profess keeping salaries slightly under average for the area.
Export Traffic Coordinator (Former Employee), Philippines – September 11, 2014
Pros: sense of accomplishment
Cons: local management
I worked with very minimal supervision from my manager in US. She has supported me on how I handle my job and knows that I can always manage things on my own. I make sure I connect well to our customer and even service providers for the benefit of all
Manufacturing/Product Engineer (Former Employee), Louisville, KY – September 6, 2014
• Work as a Manufacturing/Product engineer in Quality/Engineering Departments, successfully launching a new product line in Emerson China Plant. • Implement and Support core manufacturing applications inside the Oracle E-Business Suite such as BOM (Bills of Material) and PIM (Product Information Management) • Continuous Quality Improvement & Material Cost Reduction for Valvetop Lines • Participated in Six Sigma and Lean manufacturing implementation for the production floor. • Design face manufacturing/quality efforts on New Product & Project team; driving resolution of manufacturing and quality issues after launch
Financial Analyst (Current Employee), Florham Park, NJ – June 9, 2014
A typical day consists of creating and posting journal entries, various excel reports, and reconciling a bank account. My co-workers and manager have brought me to the level of an accountant I am today. The down fall is that I do not work under a CPA. I am currently finishing classes and am looking to fulfill the work experience of the requirement.
Emerson Electric was a great place to start work after the Navy.
New Products Technician (Former Employee), St. Louis, MO – December 3, 2012
Pros: enjoyed testing technology.
Emerson Electric provided a great work place for a young man fresh out of the Navy. I very much enjoyed working with the engineering department testing new technology. The technicians got along very well with the engineers. The hours were great: 7AM to 4PM for a young man. A marriage and children required me to move on.