Plant Administrator (Former Employee) – Tunkhannock, PA – May 12, 2016
After interviewing for a management role for this company I was told it is their policy to let a potential candidate know one way or the other. Three weeks later still no follow up. If this company cannot treat potential management with respect and courtesy no wonder they have a horrible turn around of employees on the floor !
Painter (Former Employee) – South River, NJ – June 29, 2015
During a typical work week, one of my biggest tasks is checking in on my staff and assessing their progress on various projects. I like to meet first thing on Monday to discuss our priorities for the week, then meet again in the middle of the week to check progress, and meet once at the end of the week to discuss goal setting for the next week. I meet with smaller groups of my staff during the middle of the week to troubleshoot any issues. For example, during a recent mid-week meeting, I noticed one team was a few days behind on a long-term project. I met with the team and, together, we came up with a strategy for increasing efficiency among the team. Along with constant interaction with my team, I also attend a weekly board meeting where I present my department’s progress to the executive board. On Fridays, once all these tasks are completed, I make sure I have completed all necessary communication for the week via email and in person, and create a list of priorities for next week.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – North Haven, CT – June 9, 2015
Administrative assistance, costumer service for a large variety of truck companies. Shipping and receiving for wooden palates. I learned a new system for payroll, sales and accounts payable, scheduling appointments and scheduling employee's shifts. Enjoyed working as a team with my co workers. Hardest part was missing tickets for jobs not done and having the consumer wait for products that should had been filled. Awesome co workers that pulled together as a team to fix issues.
Happy truckers coming to pick up their load and its ready.
Plant Administrator (Former Employee) – Waterford, NY – September 15, 2014
I received very little training and when I made a mistake on paperwork I was fired. I was not allowed any time off for doctors appointments nor for my children. I would not recommend this job to anyone, especially if you have a family. If you do not learn something the first time it is shown to you, you will be fired with no warning.
GENERAL LABORER (Former Employee) – Hubbard Ohio – November 28, 2013
at millwood you get paid an hourly rate for your first 2 preliminary weeks after that depending on whether or not your able to catch on and keep pace you'll either be fired or continue on getting paid PIECE RATE which gives you the ability to make what you want to make.
you will either be building, repairing, or stripping/recycling pallets
at millwood you work with great people and great management. you get a dollar per hour bonus just for showing up on time everyday, and you get holiday bonuses AND gift cards.
honestly the company genuinely cares about you
piece rate, great management, great employees, free weekends