Material Handler/Packer (Current Employee) – Winder, GA – February 28, 2015
a typical day at work involves building around 100 displays to be shipped out to Wal-Mart in an 8 hour shift. Meeting with management to make sure we have all the equipment and material needed to complete this goal. My co-workers are usually fun and out-going which makes the job easier and more enjoyable. the hardest part of the job is the long standing period of time. the most enjoyable part of the job is learning the business from the ground up.
I highly enjoyed working at Food Lion. It was a wonderful place to work.
Customer Service Manager (Former Employee) – Henderson, NC – July 19, 2015
I enjoyed myself at work at Food Lion as a Customer Service Manager because I enjoyed talking and interacting with customers. A typical day at work was very busy but pleasant. I adored my customers and took pleasure helping them. My passion was also in hiring and training new associates and seeing them succeed in life and move up the business.
Builder Helper Surry Power Station (Former Employee) – Surry, VA – July 11, 2014
We usually worked ten hour workdays, four days a week unless we were involved in an outage. Work strategies were discussed beforehand with input from management and workers always with a focus on safety. I enjoyed working with my coworkers, who most often, were more experienced and willing to share from their work experience. The hardest part about the job was the work load during the outages but completing those task, however complex were the most fulfilling and enjoyable part of the job.
Foreman (Former Employee) – Callicoon, Ny – February 4, 2014
Material handling was a very hard working trade with did a variety of jobs on and off campus I learned how to work with a team the management/ trade instructor was excellent co-workers were friendly helping and caring we got along great the hardest part there was nothing hard about this trade the best part was completing trade with my CLA (Certified logistics Associates) OSHA and Forklift certification
great part time work, great for school and college students
Auditor for the Quality Department (Current Employee) – Modesto, CA – April 6, 2012
not a good place to make a living, great for college students and people who live at home with thier parents. I cant support my family here; no way to move up. They are tight with there money, wont give decent wages and use people.
lots of time off, and work around your schedule
lack of leaders, not way to move up, can not support a family or have a career
Material Senior Assistant (Former Employee) – Austin, Tx – July 14, 2014
Putting computer parts of the shelf. How to build a computer. Management was good and fair. the hardest part about the job was learning new stuff. The most enjoyable part about the job was the money, learning and having fun.
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Bettendorf, IA – September 6, 2012
Worked on heavy equipement mostly fork lifts. Started out as a truck driver and after a few months started working on major overhauls on the older junk fork lifts. After a few rebuilds learned how to paint and make these old machines sell. After the second years I went to ev100 school to work on electric fork lifts. The job was harder when they had me go on the road to fix trucks in the field. I enjoy traveling, but not setting up shop on the road. I was much happier in the shop working on bigger projects like engine or truck over haul.
Select Staffing - Assembler/ Warehouse (Former Employee) – Temecula CA – April 14, 2014
The day would begin with the workers being assigned on certain stations. What I learned was keeping sure I was sending quality products to customers. My fellow co-workers and I had to establish team work since we rotated. The hardest part of the job was when the machines would brake down and it would not produce the numbers that were required. The enjoyable part was when the rotation on duties were made.
rotation on duties, you were allowed to dress casually.