Fab Operator (Former Employee), San Jose, CA – August 26, 2014
Pros: worked graveyard and for me that is relaxing.
Cons: short breaks
Would put on my bunny suit, enter into my department, meet with my group and the group leaving the shift to check if their are any problems or things we need to look out for, would start at one machine and work my way through the department to others machines until I'm all the way back to where I started and then I'd restart this process until break, – more... lunch, or until my shift was over. I learned how to inclaim wafers, run FSI machines, stepper machines, how to run send-a-heads on stepper machines, run PMs on stepper machines, search and locate reticles, and run FIB machines. Management was ok, most of the time they would not enter our department unless needed. co-workers were great, they helped anyone in need from start to finish. Hardest part of the job was getting used to putting on the bunny suit, from taking 10 minutes to put it on to taking a couple of minutes to putting it on. The most enjoyable part of my job was being able to be educated on different machines. – less
productuon team member (Current Employee), berea ky – April 7, 2014
Pros: pay and over time
Cons: supervisor co workers shifts
Bad supervisors no help at all everyone favors morning shift stock the lines for morning shift come in and stock your lines paint line is under managed great pay though benefits are iffy and break is 30 mins I hated my co workers basically I'm surprised this plant is still operating they are always running expidets on parts
Sorter/Packer/Unloader (Former Employee), Harrodsburg, KY – February 24, 2014
Pros: amazing employees, great management.
My typical day at work in the warehouse department started from 8:00 am to 4:30pm doing all sorts of things as helping to unload trucks to sort through car parts seeing if they were good or bad. Using a machine to check them as well. Management I really liked because they went out of there way for employees. I loved my supervisor and my Team Lead. They – more... made it a fun but safe place to work. The hardest part of the job would have to be unloading the trucks because at some points I would be lifting up to 60lbs. My co-workers were amazing and made me feel like i was a part of their family. I honestly didn't want to leave this company but I had moved to Lexington and that is the only reason I left. I learned a lot and took in everything I could rather it be from using the machine to check parts to just sorting them and putting them in coded bins. – less
Place is a great place to work.I am currently through a temp service and want to get back into purchasing.
Tool Cib Attendant (Current Employee), Berea, KY – February 15, 2014
Pros: great company to work for.
Cons: cold enviroment due to poor heating system.
Great place to work. Work on my own with no supervision .With this I see as a prior purchasing agent some changes I can make as far as cost reductions. Great Management department. The conditions are unfavorable because the temperature requires us to wear multiple layers of clothes.
Nesco (Former Employee), Harrodsburg, KY – February 12, 2014
Pros: lunch breaks 30 mins. and loved the 15 min breaks every 2 hours
Cons: nesco takes forever for full time employeement
A typical work day was 12 hours days I sometimes would work 14 hours because I loved the overtime. I learned to assemble fuel rails. The management team was great and very helpful when it came to my medical. Co-worker were young but very intelligent. The hardest part of the job was getting wound down and in the 12 hour mode. The most enjoyable was I – more... love that it was fast past seemed like the day went very quickly. – less