WELDER (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – August 15, 2017
I enjoyed working with different types of steel. I learned to work with different types of people. Management was good. The hardest part of the job was working in the heat. The most enjoyable part of the job was not getting hurt.
CDL Class A Driver flatbed (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – June 10, 2017
Management at supervisor level was terrible. They tend to promote retired military persons which would be fine if they are qualified for jobs but often times they are not. Upper management chasing a pipe dream caused financial crisis in company and ordinary workers paid the price by being laid off.
3rd Shift/ Kasto Tech-5 automatic Saw operator (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – April 27, 2016
The company is growing at a very fast rate, but its facility is unable to up with the growing work load. Equipment is old and uncalibrated. Inventory is a mess with a lot of material with the wrong color code or tag on it. It is/was such a constant fight to search and find specific for orders. One crane for 4 different departments caused numerous head-aches in regards to being able to get said material to work station for processing.The material storage area and the equipment is not kept up with like it should be for the amount of work that its ask to do, therefore forcing the operator to have to baby sit said equipment instead of being able to tend to other important duties or have to stand bye until the crane is available to be able to get material for processing orders.The guys that work there are second to none. Great culture,
Great culture, Expanding company, Increasing Work-Load.
Old/Sub-Par Equipment, Over worked Maintanance department
Grinder (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – November 16, 2013
I came in did my work and could get overtime if available. I gained more experience while with the company as well. My co-workers were mostly like me. Sometimes a few kids would come in but did not want to work that hard. I liked my job but a conflict in schedules brought us to an end.