Equipment Maintenance Technician, Morgan Hill, CA - May 14, 2015
A typical day was trying to stay afloat. Training was to be conducted to 90% with your trainer each day. More like 1% and the rest you somehow figure it out. Too many unscheduled special projects or known as duties as needed. I knew there was something seriously not right when I was elected to become a water boy. Lugging 12 five gallon water jugs from building to building was not my idea of technical work.
Training was basically leave you on the floor to magically figure it out.
Not to mention the operator level tests for a technician which you had to take home on your own time. I didn't know I elected myself to continue my education.
You would be signed off for training that never happened.
Also asked to come in on different shifts as if I have nothing to do.
The agency continued to make mistakes on the shift differential and required two months to get it right. The health insurance never happened turned out the agency never submitted it.