Associate (Former Employee) – Eaton, OH – February 12, 2017
I enjoyed the people that I work with. Management here not the greatest. Never knew until Friday if you have to work the weekend. The hardest part of the job was one day a part would be good, then the next day the same part might not be.
Associate (Former Employee) – Eaton, OH – January 31, 2017
it was an okay place to work. with odd overtime policies. best part of the job was the people that i worked with and the worst part of the job was the mandatory overtime which you would get points against you if your life didnt allow you to stay.
Full time associate (Former Employee) – Eaton, OH 45320 – February 20, 2016
If you are in college and looking to put some extra money in you pockets then this is the place that you want to work. The atmosphere is generally laid back and when it is busy you can make up to fifteen dollars an hour with your hourly rate.
Production Lead (Former Employee) – Eaton, OH – December 28, 2015
Typical day at work: Constantly occupied What was learned: In this environment, complete team work is very important. Management: Expectations are high but supportive Co-workers: Focused on team work. Hardest part of job: High quotas with less people Most enjoyable part: Working together
Inspection production (Current Employee) – Eaton, OH – December 17, 2015
Productive, a lot of good people to work with. Every day is something new, usually don't do the same job everyday. We do work a lot of hours, we sometimes don't get the product to make our orders we all work together to get orders out on time.
Production Operator (Former Employee) – Eaton, OH – September 1, 2015
This was an easy job but gets incredibly boring. It was good for the money but not the right job to stick with for the rest of my life. It was an easy production assembly that you can catch on to real quick and anyone can do. But I, personally, didn't like standing alone at a machine all day.
i was very glad they hired me in 1986. i was a single mom with two children to raise. i absolutley loved ti. for many yrs i thanked god for this job. but it changed drasticlly in the last 8 or 9 yrs. it seemed like they didnt care about us anymore.they didnt give us a raise for 6 yrs. but we still kept them in business. we still had the cost of living going up but they didnt care.management didnt care about us anymore as long as they were making money on their paycheck. we did not stop working less but our paychecks did not increase. i think im just burnt out with my workplace. i thought about retiring early but i really would like to keep working. just not there anymore. the most enjoyable part of the job is the people i work with. we are a family.i learnde to work hard.the hardest part of the job is putting up with the drama.
working with the people in my dept.
no raises. healthcare is not good. they are always changing it.
Work retail or a factory where you actually earn a skill
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Eaton, OH – July 30, 2014
The temporarys they hire (everyone) are treated horribly. You cannot talk, or even use the bathroom. Pay is a pathetic 9.45 an hour, and you will watch employees get fired everyday for nothing.
Now, if you have any goals in life, or a desire to advance somewhere, then work somewhere else. If you have ambition, then work somewhere else. If you have none of these things and are a mindless drone, then this might be the place for you.
Work in retail, fast food, or a factory where you will earn a skill/trade such as CNC. This looks horrible on a resume, and if you get fired, you're screwed because you have no skills.
Easy to get on as temp
Japanese managment, treated like a tool, can be fired anytime