Quality Control Specialist (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – April 2, 2016
job is great, no ac in work area but fans are provided. have own work area but avoid giving personal information to co-worker. facility manager is lazy and racist. just stay to yourself, work hard, and keep all documentations. benefits/pay is great
Driver (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – November 3, 2015
This job was great. Get to travel a lot. Stay in Hotels across different states with great per diam to use. Great incentive pay on top of hourly wages. Quarterly bonus kickbacks. Management is always willing to work with your family needs. Great Health Care and Life Ins. plans, Vacation time, sick time, PTO, and paid vacations as well as 401(K) price matching plans. Can't say enough great things about this company.
Incentive pay, paid vacation, PTO, Sick days. Price matching 401(K) plans, Life Ins. Holliday pay. Travel, Per diam, quarterly kickbacks.
Machinist (Former Employee) – Elkhart, IN – October 30, 2015
Nice people, good trainers, decent management, i learned how to setup and do my own maintenance. only problem i had the management had a problem placing people at a home machine. constantly moving from machine to machine daily. I learned plenty of machine iq.
Machine Operator/Assembler/Packer (Former Employee) – TN – April 16, 2015
Worst place that I have had to work at my whole life saftey wise. But when you are slipping and slidding all over the place trying to climb in and out of a machine and your trying to keep a stabkle cycle time makes it rough.
interior demolition (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – February 28, 2015
start time 7:30 -8:00 am.first was to go over with management and contractors the work that needed to be completed for the day.next to set everything in motion and protect everything and everybody outside the work zone of any debris or dust.then work as fast and efficiently as possible so that all the remodeling contractors could perform their jobs.
worked with great construction professionals who taught me plenty
Shipping and Receiving Forklift (Former Employee) – Rantoul, IL – September 28, 2014
very demanding, management very rude, co-workers some care what they were suppose to do in their jobs, hardest part trying to work around filthy and dirty warehouse, and the screams from management, I can't recalled any enjoyable time.
Grinder Operator (Current Employee) – Rantoul, IL – July 20, 2014
I have work in multiple position from retail, warehouse, manufacture, fast food, and more. I have experience from working with a big team to by myself. My co-workers would count me as a team player and management would call me dependable because they don't have to watch over me and know the job will get done. The hardest part about my job is just staying busy when it is slow. To make up for this I go inside and help other. The most things I enjoy is staying busy or finding something to do so the day goes by quicker. I am trying to relocate back to my hometown where I know there are good and reliable jobs so I can finish and get my degree in elementary education.
Quality Supervisor (Former Employee) – Mattawan, MI – March 8, 2014
• Provided daily quality operations support by using problem resolution guidance principles • Supported corporate initiative enhancing customer receiving operations by organizing a corporate team. • Created and processed SOP, WI and provided needed resources to accomplish job task. • Performed final production and quality system audits. • Documented nonconformance and provided corrective action directions. • Prepared annual employee performance and evaluations and communicated feedback. • Communicated with management levels verbally and through published reports.