At Kurt i worked night shift. All of my jobs were mass production so i would often spend the whole shift making the same part. Most of the time I worked alone with little information about what to do or how to maintain quality. The training was poor quality and limited however co-workers were always willing to help when asked. The shop area was 15 years in the past; it was dirty, unorganized and buried in scrap material. Most of the machines were also 15 years old and all seemed to be on their last limb. That being said i did learn a lot about how the industry is run and enjoyed working with most of the fellow employees.
Up to date machines and clean working environment but lacks employee communication and employee value
Quality Inspector (Former Employee) – Minneapolis – March 19, 2012
Nice clean place to work with newer machines. Somewhat lack of communication between management. Raises are hard to come by and temps can be laid off at any time without notice. Veterans who got laid off got hired back on as temps. Lots of overtime to do if needed during the busy season.
Stable company but be aware of management favorites.
lots of overtime available, clean working environment, newer machines
lack of communication, raises hard to come by, making rate not quality