Labor (Former Employee), York, PA – February 3, 2014
Pros: making good money
a typical day here was doing the same thing over and over each day I worked on an assembly line got real god at it n was making some good money cause it was piece rate I learned how to work together as a team n help each other out to make that good money
Horrible management, , poor work conditions, people lie to your face
worker (Former Employee), dallas – January 7, 2014
Cons: unsafe work conditions abound
Management was inexperienced, safety a complete joke, trying to fix broken machines with other broken parts, low pay, backstabbing coworkers. Not a good place to work if you value your health or safety.
Electrician (Current Employee), Fort Worth – December 8, 2013
Pros: good benefits, decent pay
Cons: psycotic supervisor
My department manager is verbally abusive and not professional at all. Due to the managers style this is by far the worst place I have ever worked. Other than that, most of the people are nice and its not bad.
A very hard company. If you did not fit in they got rid of you.
Senior Quality Control and line Supervisor (Former Employee), Fort Worth, TX – October 7, 2013
Pros: pay and hours
Cons: working with convics
My typical day at work was to come in an hour early. Then set all my guys up on what we were doing for that day. I would have to teach them if they were new or just have to rego over what we have done. I learned the assembly of industrial units.
Route Coordinator (Former Employee), Edison, NJ – September 18, 2013
Pros: great company
Provided Customer Service, Call Center, Shipping, Receiving, Warehouse, Logistics, Dispatch; Scheduled appointments for deliveries; completed faxing, filing and order entry; provided support to supervisor when needed.
Installer/ assembler (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – August 25, 2013
Pros: timely and safely way to complete work. great attitude and friendly environment to be around.
Working for this company thought me a lot about team work, work performance, productivity and safety procedures. First i wold like to stay that a work day is teaches you how to stay focus on finishing work in a timely mannerly with attention to details. I learned first hand how to properly assemble what ever my job entailed. the managers took the time – more... to go over a variety of ways to make sure the work is completed properly and safely. – less
Factory Worker (Former Employee), Carthage, MO – July 29, 2013
Pros: good benifits
Cons: extreme work conditions
Production work. I worked on an assembly line making bed springs. I learned that I wasn't going to do this the rest of my life and enrolled in college. Management did not communicate well with employees. I got along well with personnel in my department, however, there was a large turnover of employees. The hardest part of this job was the work environment, – more... it was extremely hot during the summer months. I enjoyed interacting with people in my department. – less
Forklift Operator (Former Employee), Carthage, MO – June 11, 2013
Cons: no advance warning of overtime.
report to work on time. Load unload truck while the forklift driver. Management would inform you late on your shift on Thursday that you had to work on Saturday and Sunday it didn't matter if you had family plans and they would always say families come first yet work 60 plus hours a week.
Nice people overall but EXTREMELY HEAVY WORKLOAD and no gratitude
H.R. (Former Employee), Carthage, MO – June 4, 2013
Was hired for a specific job and was then handed multiple other things to work on which is not a problem but there was some struggling to understand who really I was working for. I was doing work for two different departments and neither one communicated very well with what was more important. Every time i tried to work on one department's needs I was – more... told to "wait until later" but this "later" was never specified. Was not compensated very well for my work. You were very aware of your "place" if you were not a salary employee. Hourly employees were given the bulk of the work while some, not all but some, salary people would walk around and chat and drink their coffee.
Some people within the department are very nice and that made it somewhat bearable to go to work.
Believe me, I am not a disgruntled employee. I was warned before I went to work here that it was this way and I didn't want to believe it because of the BIG name but it truly did turn out to be as bad as I was told. – less