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Very good shop
Welder/Fabricator (Former Employee), Woodridge, ILApril 9, 2015
Very good shop to utilize your skills in welding and metal fabrication. Work safety was always a very big must on the job.
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Excelant company Culture
Quality Technician (Former Employee), Grand Rapids, MiciganJune 16, 2014
Excellence Company
Cares about their employees
Provides Education incentives
In-house Health Club
Positive People
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Strickly fair.
CHOPPER OPERATOR (Former Employee), Tuscumbia, ALApril 20, 2014
Go by the handbook. Co-workers are good. They allow you to cross train so you will be trained on more than one job. Management works with employees.
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management is horrible
Machine Operator (Former Employee), Tuscumbia, ALJanuary 14, 2014
Pros: nice people who are in the same boat as you are
Cons: horrible supervision
i worked there 16 years and during my stay it was a steady decline in management values.You must learn at least 3 different jobs and be ready to do all 3 jobs everyday.overtime is without notice and supervision is not even funny anymore.if you break down dont bother using a supervisor because you want find one but be ready to explain to one why you didnt run a complete day
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Productive workplace
Production Worker (Current Employee), Tuscumbia, ALOctober 2, 2013
Pros: incentive pay
Cons: lack of overtime available and unsteady work.
My day starts by clocking in and going to my locker to change into my steel toed shoes. I then usually look to see where we will be working and start getting prepared. The hardest part of my job would be not knowing how long I'll actually work that day.
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Great Company
Picker/Quality Assurance (Former Employee), Santa Fe Springs, CAJune 23, 2013
Pros: benefits, pay, schedule, bonuses, education, respectful coworkers
Cons: no cons
Great benefits. Opportunity to grow within the company. Great Management. Moral is high. Great Coworkers. Great Pay. Great standards. Overall, just a great company to work for.
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Good place to work
Groundskeeper/maintance (Former Employee), Elkhart, INJune 14, 2013
Pros: full-time job
Cons: health
Busy,I have a learned alot of skills.Good people to work with ,Making sure everybody was happy , Learning
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Machinist (Former Employee), Lemont, ILMay 4, 2013
Keeping areas clean by the machines, keeping good relations with coworkers and managers is a must.
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great job
forklift/shipping receiving (Former Employee), Downers Grove, ILApril 1, 2013
this is what i do i love this job i will also love to go back.....fast past job
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like to outsource
Network Administrator (Former Employee), Elkhart, INJuly 21, 2012
Pros: good pay and benifets
Cons: no breaks, doing 3 peoples jobs
hired as network engineer, ended up being that, a inventory specialist and mechanical engineer
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high expectations for low pay
Production Worker (Current Employee), Elkhart, INMay 9, 2012
Pros: it is a job
Cons: sore, tired, dirty, stressed, and poor all of the time
Expect to be ran into the ground by their unreasonably high rate requirements for 9 - 10 dollars an hour. Run a press, a welding robot, powdercoating, or lift heavy steel parts all day while management hounds you to work at an unreasonable pace for such below average compensation. My advice: work retail or food for a much more enjoyable environment and much easier work for just a little less an hour.