Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – September 20, 2016
Cursed at you never got you home said u would be out 2 weeks but you were out for 6 weeks then 1 day at home. Management is weird they don't even know how to talk to you. Other drivers steal from your truck then blame it on you
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Denton, TX – August 30, 2016
GTI gave me a chance to improve my customer service skills with inbound calls. I enjoyed greeting customers and being able to solve any problems with their accounts for as services issues. The work environment was relaxed and enjoyable.
was a relaxed minimum wage job sat in a chair for 8 hours and just answered calls the replied to customers with scripted lines. most part was a fun job and the co workers turned out to be some cool people hardest part of my job was dealing with upset customers but rhey usually came around.
Truck Driver (OTR) (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – June 25, 2016
I loved working for GTI. Management was very understanding and gave me great opportunities. We were able to stay on the 5 corridor so we saw our ids more, but the 5 from San Diego to the Canadian border got boring.
A typical day at work will be sitting at a desk, either waiting for a call to come through or you make the call to customers to do third party verification for their gas or electric bill. Everyone is to themselves, most of the workers are college students, we could do our homework at our desk which is very convenient because you have to sit at your desk for 8 hours.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Denton, TX – March 4, 2016
It's the perfect answer to a college town that usually requires a degree and five years experience for any other minimum wage job. It's on the spot hire, it's flexible hours, and the work is pretty easy. However, it doesn't have any room for advancement, and there's no such thing as full time employment.
it was a very good job. I would work one week on and one week off. was paid good money to work 10hrs a day. I was able to work by myself. I would clean up after the guys remodeled the apartments and order the furniture online and then take the company credit card and buy all the items needed to furnish apartments.
Assembly/Injection Tec (Current Employee) – Anderson, IN – February 5, 2015
I work hard I am good at my job. I have saved parts many times form going out of the building. The Management here need much help on how to treat there employers. I never let a bad part get by me rather it is mine or someone else s.
Small owned company that doesnt know what they're doing.
Quality Inspector (Former Employee) – Bremen, GA – October 27, 2014
Horrible management and very unprofessional. Payroll is never right. Some weeks you get paid and some weeks you don't. Check stubs come in the mail completely blank and some weeks they don't come at all. Problems and issues not resolved by owner. Hired over the telephone and never met an actual person? Just told to go to a location. No interview or anything. Weird. Business probably wont be around for much longer. The whole place is a joke.
Associate (Current Employee) – Anderson, IN – June 5, 2014
A normal day at GTI is repetitive and orderly, with a very strict 5s policy. This is a new plant that has only been open a little over a year and management is still growing and learning daily with a long way to go. The staff for the most part is friendly and easy to work with. The hardest part of the job is the repetitive tedious motions, while maintaining the proper cycle time.