Offbearer (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 11, 2017
Good place to work, average pay for the market you work in. Management likes to micromanage and lack of work for your current position leaves you open to movement all over in positions you didn't choose.
Weekends off, pay, paid lunch
Management, advancement, union shop, overtime on some machines
I am the former Regional Safety Manager for the Ohio and Kentucky area, I did an excellent job and got great reviews from my superiors. a few personal problems led me to resign from my position. I should not have resigned. I regret it everyday.
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Good pay, hard on feet, kind of monotonous
Worker (Current Employee) – Edwardsville, IL – October 27, 2017
The pay is good. The work can be hard on your body and very monotonous. You work 10 hours for for days a week, with a $50 bonus if you work all four days. Easy hire.
Temporary Employee (Former Employee) – Olive Branch, MS – October 17, 2017
A typical day at work involved installing various fixtures and generally cleaning the warehouse. I can't say much as to what it would entail now, as I was employed before the particular warehouse i worked in was in operation.
Press Operator (Former Employee) – Monticello, IA – October 17, 2017
It is a fast passed environment. The workers are helpful and management is ok. They keep you moving and will help you whenever you get behind. The maintenance workers are quick and efficient at keeping things moving.
Materials Manager (Former Employee) – Georgetown, KY – October 13, 2017
Some locations were staffed very light so some employees had multiple responsibilities. Multiple locations throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico so there are always advancement opportunities if you are willing to relocate.
Orbis was a very tedious job. you have to pay close attention to detail. Management was fair. The worplace was very comfortable. Hardest part of the job is expanding your ideas to figure out how to assemble parts and keep a steady flow to reach hourly tact. I learned how to assemble auto motor part shipping boxes.
Machine Operator/Assembler (Former Employee) – Neenah, WI – September 11, 2017
When i started working at menasha 20 years ago people were trying to get in to the place. About 7 years after working there total management restructure took place. It was straight shifts, changed to rotating, supervisers of departments had no idea how to run departments. Now people are trying to get out.
Lead operator (Former Employee) – Neenah, WI – August 30, 2017
It was great pay the people where nice that i worked with. It was alot of hours and that was hard with a family and everything. Strict about taking time off. The production was well done. the company did donate and helped the community. We had suppers when made our goals and money donated to untied way.
line leader (Former Employee) – Edwardsville, IL – August 25, 2017
Production manager has complete control over who get certain advancing jobs. Unfriendly to majority of non hispanics. Most decisions are made by by a single person without constructive criticism form others. Uncompromising with a lack of empathy. Very critical of everyone but themselves. Human resources has a conflict of interest with managment. Questionable morals and ethics.
Line Leader (Current Employee) – Champaign County, IL – August 16, 2017
this job is very political, if you're not part of he "INCROWD" you are treated as such. even in a good position. the floor leads do not help you unless they are going to get in trouble or their bosses are around.