good place to work if you are starting out. do not make a career out of this company.
Overhead Crane Operator (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 25, 2017
it is a good place to work if you are just starting out, not much room for advancement, management doesn't care about you "you are just a number". decent pay for what it is. no pension and insurances ae okay at best.
decent pay, decent hours.
management, short breaks, no advancement, non supporting union.
Accounting (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – July 30, 2016
Worked for this company for 25 years and planning on working there until retirement. One day they came in and said they were getting rid of my job. So after 25 years they no longer needed me They ended up hiring a much younger person. Their management was horrible. The corporate people never helped with anything IF you ever saw them You had to watch your back. A lot of back stabbing going on
Manager (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – July 11, 2016
Unless you want to be a yes-person as you watch a total poor direction operation my suggestion is to stay away from this location/organization. Not friendly, poor business practices and a scattered approach. The only positive is benefits
First five years was fast paces, fun & a challenge every day (learned something new daily) - last five years things changed, no growth or advancement, bored - would make suggestions, not open for change. I enjoy working as a team with a great attitudes and positive company moral.
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – February 16, 2016
confusing steel pricing up and down due to the economy steel, construction, building prints, nesting, saw cutting and plate processing ok great personalities, easy to work with. Love each other, there for each other having to work too many hrs o/t (worked at least 50 hrs a week) working with customers & being there for whatever they needed, if material, info, anything
Only worked position for about 40 days and was unfairly let go, due to the company making a change in its operations. Was gone at my weekend drill for the Marine Corps when I found out that I had no job anymore. No notice, no heads up from my supervisor, nothing. Bad company to work for.
Unpredictive but very much knowledge and discipline to gain within.
Machine Operator/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – April 13, 2015
Every day was an opportunity to learn something new if willing. Many areas of work that have the same contribution to the job. Expectations were high. Safety was lectured daily for the job could be dangerous without the right approach. Benefits and pay were pleasing. Knowing co workers on an outside personal level created conflict of interest. But loved the knowledge and experience I gained.
Nothing just working with immediate family can be the wrong fit.