Falcon Plastics Employee Reviews

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Fast paced work environment with little training
Production Technician (Former Employee), Madison, SDJune 3, 2015
Pros: People are great to work with
Cons: Workload up and down and have to flexible; ideas to fix issues were not implemented or tried
Receive schedule which would fluctuates day to day
clean up from previous shift
retrieve more material and parts for assembly
unclog any material in the hoses
troubleshoot any bad processes or fix presses
start mold change
flush waterlines
remove waterlines
bring forklift to hook up to mold
unclamp mold
remove mold with forklift
put mold away in designated location
bring new mold up to press
clamp in mold
hook waterlines and turn them on
process mold for new part
setup workstation
complete paperwork and bring part into Quality for final startup okay
check on material and verify operators have everything they need and are staying busy
Filling out and emailing the report to management and technician
communicate with the oncoming shift

I learned a lot about standardization of the work place so that we could work as a team. Creating a positive work environment were operators and technicians could be involved in creating problem solutions.

Creating a solutions to ongoing issues that benefit coworkers and management
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Supervisor (Former Employee), Lexington, TNMay 3, 2014
It was a job I enjoyed working with the people I dealt with. I sorted the mail nothing fancy about job it was just a job.
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very fun place to work
Machine Operator/Packer (Former Employee), Lexington, TNDecember 30, 2013
Pros: employees
Cons: if u had to many machines
a typical day would be looking at the board to see what machines you are assigned to an the you must releave whoever is on that set.i learned a lot about operating new machines an how most things plastic were made.my co workers were ok depending on the day they had.the hardest part of the job would be if u were on seven different machines at once kinda hard to keep up with them all.the most enjoyable part for me was learning new things.
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Productive company that would still be running if the proper people managed it
Tool and Die Setter Supervisor (Former Employee), washington paAugust 27, 2013
Die changed 32 machines. Learned a lot working along side my father. Worked with 3 other die changers who were great to work with
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Good place to work.
2nd Shift Production Supervisor (Current Employee), Madison, SDJuly 16, 2012
Always a new challenge to face which keeps the job in interesting.