Production Worker (Current Employee) – Peachtree City, GA – February 9, 2017
This is a horrible place to work. Management is horrible. Racism is everywhere, blacks against whites. People are rude, no one cares about their co-workers. God forbid you get hurt. They lower your hours and treat you like you did something wrong. Safety guy quit because the company likes to act like they are worried about safety when in fact they aren't. They promote only the people who kiss enough butt.
Employee (Current Employee) – Peachtree City, GA – January 3, 2017
It’s a growing company with a mom and pop company mentality. The people working here, that have been here for a long time are stuck in the “this is how we always done it” mine frame. There processes and procedures are out of control and there is very little training provided, its sink or swim. Due to these issues the turnover is very high.
Its a growing company
No training, processes and procedures are out of control
Metrologist (Former Employee) – Peachtree City, GA – January 14, 2017
This company is full of favouritism and an extreme lack of accountability. Hearsay is believed more than factual evidence and you are continually defending yourself for things that you haven't done or weren't even present onsite to do. Large amount of turnover in every work center and the company doesn't promote from within unless you are part of the favorite group. Most new employees are staying about 90 before they submit their resignation letters. Absolutely no help from mid level or upper management. You are treated like a number here and not a person. Attendance or lack there of is never addressed. Employees work whatever hours they want on OT and it's never handled by management. Layouts or call outs were never addressed either. Another item was a mandatory Christmas shutdown that turned into a mandatory work day. The only positive that I could find are your coworkers. Good bunch of ladies & gentlemen on production floor. Please stay where you are and don't waste your time with this company. If needed contact some of the employees or previous employees on LinkedIn and see their opinions. I think you will see that they have a similar response.
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Peachtree City, GA – December 23, 2015
Working with an awesome team makes the job great each day! It's like family on our shift! Shift managers on each shift is wonderful but we never can't keep the top people of the organization in place which causes the organization be hay wired and always a change. I've learned my worth. I feel like if a company you been working with for years such as myself should grow but this is not the case with me. I'm willing to grow and I gets no support which bothers me to the MAX! So I feel thats why alot of good valuable people are leaving because they are not growing when they want to!
current employee (Current Employee) – Peachtree City, GA – January 19, 2017
Absolutely no leadership, accountability, disipline, or responsibility. There appears to be a good oh boys club in the management group. People are going in all directions as there is no good foundation or structure. The way we did it yesterday is bad today is good and then back to bad tomorrow without changing anything. Policies and procedures are not followed which results in total confusion among the employees. The plant cannot keep employees. This plant has been in a culture change for 5 years without changing anything. Employees are put in positions and set up for failure due to no training or support. It appears we are always talked at and not talked to. The only good change I have seen in my time here is the safety guy. That training is being done but rumor as of today is that he is now leaving, which means our only voice we had will be gone. Our quality is below 0 and all they do is blame us. We want to do a good job but we desperately need operator training and when we bring this up we get the look like we are just finding an excuse. The project managers are not managers, and have no people skills. People on the floor have more less shut down on talking to them as it goes in 1 ear and out the other. with no feed back. The culture for this plant is that this is the way we have always done it and are resistant to change. The plant is fully climate controlled.
For the most part there's a good group of people
No leadership, accountability, a lot of confusion among all the employees lack of communication
Maintain computers and electronics for glass manufacturing plant. Learned a lot about Man-Machine interface programming, Vision systems and robotics. The hardest part of the job is the 12 hour night shift. But I get to use my computer and database skills to help track the daily progress in the plant.