It's a Job, pays well but not in the long run.
E-Coat Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – September 12, 2015
I worked there from 6 months, through a temp agency for the first 5 months then as a direct hire for the remainder. As a direct hire I started out at $12.75 with a top-out pay of $15.65 and received a company wide cost of living raise, which I found out from other longer term employees was a rare thing, of fifty cents putting me at $13.25 with a new top-out at $16.15. So after top out you lose about %30 of your buying power due to inflation less the amount you retain with their rare raises. I was let go due to a strict attendance policy and a HR manager that was a petty tyrant. So, as long as your willing to lose buying power of your wages over the long run, I suggest don't get a flat tire, forget your name badge, or have your alarm-clock malfunction and you might just make it, as long as you don't cross the petty tyrant HR manager with no humility.
Reasonably subsantial and steady pay, Reliable work, Vision Health and Dental insurance available
Human Resource manager could use more humility, and pay raises could help to adjust for inflation.