Lead Welder (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – July 20, 2016
their alot of safety violations the expectations are high but pay is very low no room for advancement no health insurance, no sick days, and no benefits it's just a job the manager of company is very rude and disrespectful. the whole place is filthy with very litttle ventilation at all.
Palletizer (Former Employee) – Cleveland, TN – July 17, 2016
I worked closely with people I got along with. With overtime, I made decent money. Overtime was great, however I did work 12 hour shifts 9 days straight then off 5 days and so on. It was hard to keep a home/work life seperate.
Marketing Director (Current Employee) – lexington, sc – May 8, 2015
I enjoyed my time with GPS Marketing mainly due to the team environment and the good morale within the employees. Hard working employees, great upper management. Excellent training program and infrequent employee turnover.
Machine Works Apprenticeship (Former Employee) – Clayton, NC – April 27, 2015
typical day at work will be helping customers find a good GPS I had to learn the difference between GPS systems but the help of the co-works I got my where I needed to be. Co-workers were good people to work with. Hardest part of the day will have to be not assisting your customer correctly. But the most enjoyable part wil be knowing that u helped your customer find what was asked for.
No room for advancement. Poor salary even with experience
Technician (Current Employee) – Texas – April 15, 2015
Company has poor management operations. Poor dispatching and no employer to employee relations. Very difficult to get a hold of a supervisor after hours or weekends. No lunch breaks are given and management expects you to drive all day with no breaks.