HTI was a good place to work but the representation of the employee was not good. The company is an employment agency that is not employee focused but more or less is in it for the cut for placing people in difficult positions.
Line Worker (Former Employee) – Hutchinson, MN – September 20, 2017
There are of course a few bad apples there, but that's going to happen at every job. For the most part, there are some really good people there and the managers that I typically dealt with were kind and very helpful.
Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Albion, IN – August 31, 2017
I have worked for this comany for about three years now and it has been one disapointment after another! Favortisim is VERY common at the location I work at. Certain people can go as many smoke breaks as they want and be as lazy as they want without having anything done to them. They verbally incourge growth, but then never give you a chance to grow unless you know someone!
It's a job!
Almost everything about them! Really isn't much good that can be said.
Tire Trimmer (Former Employee) – Ardmore, OK – August 15, 2017
The only thing thats stable about HTI is the work and hours. the management is horrible. They let one of them come in drunk and just walk him out and let him come back the next day. If they want you gone they will put extra "points" in your folder. Even the HR department is as crooked as the management in the office and warehouse.
Working at the plant was fun and great hti made it a nightmare
Washline (Former Employee) – Seneca, SC – June 14, 2017
Hti needs to improve there company starting with there management its why they lose contracts because they cant keep employees instead of treating us like numbers treat us like they preach to new employees in there office
Need to be kinder to there employees and treat them like humans
When i worked for HTI they were quick about gettting me placed on a job but it wasnt the job i applied for. The job was clean and easy but still working 6 or 7 days a week with a family is not a good work to life balance.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Mauldin, SC – April 9, 2017
I worked for them at Apex and I have high blood pressure so I was in the hospital and the doctor told me to go back in two until my heath gets better.. The called me up after I gave them the doctors excuse and told me I was fired. Horrible staffing agency to work for they need to get fired and see how it feels when the bills are do and u jobless..
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Mississippi – March 27, 2017
A typical day at work would be clock in go to a 10 minute huddle meeting which lets you know what we are expected to do that day and the quota we have to meet. I learned how to use a pallet jack and to scan parts in and out of the system. The work place environment I would say was very intense not as laid back there was always someone standing over your shoulder breathing down your back. When you did your best it was never enough. Hardest part was the people
I was a apprintecne thru hti i was told as long as i go to. School which i did i can get my ged while i worked and i gave full time job for this because i want my ged they sent me a text before i went to School and said i was fired for not having my ged yet don't work for them go somewhere else they dont care about people only the $ you make for them
Dunnage washer (Former Employee) – Wiliamston – January 23, 2017
Management was very rude and disconnected with employees. I learned how to be very patient and punctual. Those who were employed before me and that were with the company, were very negative. The thing I enjoyed the most was my person area to get my work done.
Manufacturing (Former Employee) – Anderson, SC – December 7, 2016
- Overall a very good company that offers opportunity to get your foot in the door at great manufacturing companies. - They have set policies to but they are explained in orientation and they are fair. -Competitive pay compared to opportunities at other agencies. - Always felt like they would listen if I had an issue