Assembly Line Worker/Production (electrical) (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, ok – February 8, 2018
I really enjoyed working at IEC. I applied several times for advancement and even went to upper management For answers as to why I wasn’t given a chance to move up. they told me they would get back to me about what they found out but never did. So I assumed I was valuable where I was at. Employees there are very nice and I was very likeable throughout the whole warehouse. I worked a lot of overtime to help them. So after they wouldn’t give me an answer as to why I was overlooked for several internal positions I put in my notice. Now, none of the managers are there when I worked there.
Electrician Journeyman (Former Employee) – Fort detrck – August 14, 2017
Can't wait to go back to work; it's been such a vast of knowledge of electrical experience, can't wait to apply them, mainly delta wye systems, 480/208, depends on application, I ran ridget 3/4 as well as emt as vast wiring skills"
door controller (Former Employee) – Odendaalsrus, Free State – October 29, 2016
the was lot of work to do because i had to change being door controller and do all the work during that day, i have learned how to work with different people and commuinicate well with people i worked very well with my co-workers and the management because we helped each other and the was no hardest part because working with people its something makes me love my job and the most enjoyable part of the job was when people listened to me when i communicated with them
Line Assembler (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – February 10, 2014
Learned to manage a department with different cultures in less than a month. I would get order to install a door panel for air condition unit. The hardest part was to learn different ways to communicate with Arabian culture which they don't have women in control. Was the first person to set a high number of panels to be shipped ahead of schedule