CNC Programmer (Former Employee) – Rock Island Arsenal, Rock Island, Illinois – August 31, 2011
The parent company places great emphasis on getting contract people into companies it is connected with. The company fails badly in supporting its' contractors in various work places. If something is wrong, the employee is ALWAYS responsible, whether or not at fault. Unequal balance in fairness between contract men and women. The tolerance for mistakes seemingly extends further regarding wrong doing for women versus that of men. Either way, there seems to be no "court of appeals". The company does not go beyond first if an employee is dismissed. No further effort is made to retain, retrain, or place value on the dismissed employee.
We are sorry you felt this way. I take great pride in our back office staff and the average tenure of our back office staff is around 8 years, so they really know their stuff. As I would tell any of our contractors, and many have taken me up on this, if you ever feel like you're not getting a straight answer you can call me directly. I might not give you the answer you want, but it will be straight!
Tim Sackett President, HRU
Job Work/Life Balance
a decent company to work for. Par for the course
Pipefitter (Current Employee) – varies. Royal Oak, Novi, Flatrock – November 20, 2012
inspect black pipe, PVC, and hose, as part of an auto line. repair as necessary. Measure, cut and thread pipe to run water and or air to systems.