Productive, Place to Grow, and a lot of manual labor.
Fabricator (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – August 27, 2015
It was a productive place where I was able to learn alot while I worked there. Mostly manual labor, but great computer work. Many days I was able to help out extra hours to decrease lead time on customer orders, which is the time by which we worked receive orders, fabricate and package them, and then ship them out by the courier services.The job was great, I learned a lot on the shipping end of the process, and was able to do mostly each step of the process on the entire fabrication process, which is mostly manual labor. Management was awesome, understandable, and open to ideas. My co-workers were also helpful in teaching me, as well as also helping me many times on various positions of fabrication. The job was never really difficult, but I made mistakes like with trimming vinyl off of cabinet doors and drawers, setting up doors and drawers to have vinyl glued on, working with numbers on orders, and as well with canceling orders or changing information for the orders. I am glad to have helped out with most of my coworkers and also to have learned different position in the fabrication process to help out everyone.
Three breaks per day(including lunch), 45 minute lunch, great place to grow.
Can't speak bad about, thank God, Jesus, and Holy Spirit is was a great place to work at!