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Midwest Express Group Employer Reviews

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It's no the best job out there but is not too bad at all
Regular Associate (Current Employee), East Liberty, OHMay 17, 2013
Cons: you have to walk a lot to eat in the main cafeteria
A typical day at work is too see no sense stuff going on and see how people are being punished for anything. If a fork-lift driver has an incident that causes A LOT of money in lost, he/she is send to a different department for couple days, not big deal. If your RF scanner go to the assembly lines by accident, no monetary loss, you may get suspended – more... for 3 days. East Liberty building is awful. If someone does not like you, your done, you are out for being useless or for having a bad attitude. Benefits are excellent, pay rate is a joke.
This place is always looking for new associates, people keep getting fired for pointless stuff or they quit!
The hardest part of the job is too see how lazy people get the easiest job, they are not good at it and still have a job.
Management do whatever they want to do, there is no rules in this place. If they want to create a new rule without being in the handbook, they are welcome to do it. If you work 2nd shift you have NO life in this place, NO life. – less
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I enjoyed who i worked with
Packer (Former Employee), Marysville, OHMarch 21, 2013
A day at work id be packing a number of different parts using packing dunnage. Also id unload parts off a truck we had to pack before we left that night and then load the empty crates back on the trailor. I learned to drive a fork lift, how to train new employees so its easy for them to catch on. Until we were moved to a new building i basicly ran my – more... area just at the beggining of the day i was told by my team leader what needed to be done that day. I liked my bosses they were pretty cool. I loved my co-workers, we would get our work done at a good pace but have fun while we are doing it. We were safe of course. The hardest part was when we had trailors that were a day or more late or if we ran out of the shipping cases which happened often. We are not allowed to leave until everything was packed because we worked with metal and we didnt want them to rust so there was several days wed stay 4 hours over or more at one point we worked 16 hours before we got to leave. The most enjoyable part was who i worked with. – less
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Very Little Collaboration, No team Atmosphere, Lack of Training for Supervisors
Supervisor (Former Employee), Marysville, OHFebruary 21, 2013
Cons: long hours working second shift not ending until end of third shift with no extra pay
A typical day at work involved training new employees for a new start up project in supply chain management. Sometimes management could be dishonest and disrespectful to others. Co-workers disrespectful to each other and some put into positions they had no business of being in. They were not qualified for positions of authority. The hardest part of – more... the job was to get others to respect each others. The most enjoyable part of the job was to see associates learn and grow for the launch of the new system. – less