Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Appleton, WI – November 24, 2017
Not very fast paced. I learned that all temp services don't pay the same amount. Most enjoyable part was having time to chat with your co-workers on the line and still being able to get the job done. Other then that, I don't remember much about working there.
Degreed tester (Former Employee) – Appleton, WI – November 30, 2017
lack of hands on training upon hire. To much negative talk between co workers who have been working there for over 5 years. The pay was good. Would of stayed with company if it wasn't for lack of training and getting let go.
Labor intensive hands on experience with electrical wiring. Felt great getting down and dirty wiring buildings with new copper. When the plan comes together, you can sit back and admire the work that you and your team have accomplished. Management/Foreman was great at assembling the strengths of each team to reach the goal. As an apprentice, the work was pretty straight forward and I would have to say the hardest part was bringing the plethora of materials that your journeymen need to complete their tasks.
Great pay, safety first.
No cons really, except for the dreaded heat in the attics.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Appleton, WI – November 7, 2017
Fast paced assembly positions that are centered around team work. Great place to work lots of incentives, free meals earned time off luncheons at area Sports related establishments like Timber rattlers stadium and packer stadium.
free lunches free apparel free trips and banquets and parties
Low/high voltage electrician subcontracted (Former Employee) – Houma, LA – August 21, 2017
This was a christian company that was very thoughtful of the employees lives. I enjoyed this job. I learned low voltage as well as high voltage electrical wiring.The hardest part of the job was the attic work. The most enjoyable was the workers.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Appleton, WI – April 30, 2017
Always start out as a temp thru an agency. If you are of Asian or Mexican nationality you will be hired on to a full-time position with the company. If you are 'American' chances are low. Despite work skill or knowledge.
This was a great place to work would still be there if I could but i'm not do to a disagreement and I still wish them the best.It's a family owned and operated business everyone that is there has been for years.
Assembler (Current Employee) – Appleton, WI – November 29, 2016
The people at Miller are reasonable and conditions are good. They are willing to listen to your concerns. Working on the assembly can become very repetitive and boring, but not always are you stuck doing the same job.
food delivered in occasionally, willing to help make accommodations for those who need it