Department Assistant (Current Employee) – Libertyville, IL – November 9, 2016
Work with steel and aluminum material. Its hard labor. I learned how to read a tape measure and a square as well as a blueprint. Pretty easy to pick up on learning to run machines. Management is good and respectful.
Programmer/Analyst (Former Employee) – Libertyville, IL – May 17, 2016
Typical day, started by reviewing Mapics backups and making sure Powerlink was up and running. Went to the helpdesk tracking system and started responding to user request. Had many projects assigned to me so I would work on them. I thoroughly enjoyed setting up Powerlink views and subsets. Creating Action in Powerlink to run queries and refresh files for the end user to be independent of hard copy reports. Work hard to give the end user the data they required to do their work effectively.
Unfortunately there was a lot of employee turn-over, both management and hourly employees. So sometimes it was a challenge to please management and still keep production going.
Hardest part of the job was so much to do and not enough time to get it done. The IT department was short staffed and I was constantly juggling priorities.
My favorite part of any day was when the end user would stop by my desk and say thanks for the view, or report, or being so helpful.That's what puts a smile on my face and makes me come back day after day.
Free coffee, never a dull moment, kept busy and the day goes quick.
Shear Press/Auto-Rack Operator (Former Employee) – Libertyville, IL – March 19, 2015
I was excited to work for the company when I first joined the team. Unfortunately, due to poor decision making when they bought six machines to try and increase work for employees. They ended up letting many of us go when they stopped running said machines.
I enjoyed working with many of the employees at Metalex. Each day everyone would help each other if we didn't know how to do something properly. They were so friendly they would help you just because they finished what they were doing.
I learned how to be a machine/autorack operator. I learned how to use a skyjack to reach taller areas when something needed to be fixed.
The hardest part of the job was being let go by the company. I really enjoyed working there and wanted to continue with them and eventually try and be an engineer or HVAC technician if possible.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Libertyville, IL – December 3, 2014
I operated a variety of different machines on any given days. I was trained on expanders and slitter lines, roller press machines, sheer press machines, and punch press machines. Also had to use levelers and power brushes. I used a caliper and micrometer to take measurements of the material. I was also responsible for material handling, receipt to stock, and placing finish product back in stock. While there I became a certified fork lift operator and over head crane operator. Housekeeping and safety were also imperative. My fellow co workers were a lot of fun as well as very helpful. the most difficult part of the job was the heat in the summer but we managed to somehow keep our spirits up
Mandatory overtime, good people, and a lot of fun
Hot, Slow, and sometimes difficult. always getting cut
Very interesting and personal creativity is evaluated properly
Director Operation (Current Employee) – Tongi Industrial, Gazipure, Dhaka – September 14, 2012
- I enjoy working in this company because we are always rewarded when we do some thing good . - Management of this company are very sound - Good Pay Master - Co-workers and employees are very cooperation and shearing
free lunch, afternoon snacks and transport full time beside others
provident fund, gratuity, health insurance, children’s education free, special loan facility and etc.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Libertyville, IL – March 20, 2012
Metalex was a good company, however I felt that they were very lacking on work safety. There was more emphasis on getting the work done over how it was done. When companies use this theory, they are not really aware how it may make its employees feel.