Eligibility Specialist for the state of Arkansas (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – April 10, 2017
Had I known that I wasn't actually being hired but instead being groomed for 3 weeks to take an proficiency test I would have passed on the job having 2 other full-time job opportunities offered to me. Nesco offered me the first position so I took it, but because they didn't retain me I passed on full-time employment in error.
Factory Worker (Former Employee) – Maysville, KY – April 10, 2017
This is a temp agency. The place I was put into I enjoyed very much. The work was very hectic at times but I was always busy, even during line down times. Management was polite. The culture was a polite-based society, even though it was also a cliche-based. All in all it was a pretty good factory. The temp agency itself can be helpful or not at all. This one has not helped me since.
Win-Wrap Associate (Former Employee) – Danville, KY – April 2, 2017
Nesco is an amazing company that will always find something for you if you're a good worker. The benefits are lack because it's a temp agency. But as far as the company as a whole I recommend them highly.
Temporary Worker (Former Employee) – London, KY – March 27, 2017
Nesco resources don't keep to their work of aautomatic placement they make you wait a 48 hr verification period then if they place you they do not take in account ny personal things you have going on I had a lot of trouble being replaced after being let -*o- or leaving a placement job they advertise a gas cqard for new apllier b74ut they do not offer this
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Maumee, OH – March 15, 2017
this company provides some good jobs although some position can be harmful for your health. But, as long as you are comfortable with high chemical environments you should be fine. management was goo though.
Receiving Quality Auditor (contract) (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – January 20, 2017
These were two different contract positions. I started as an incoming inspector for seven weeks at one company. I started out in the manufacturing side and was then moved to the electrical side.After the seven weeks,I was no longer needed. The second position was a different company as a test technician. I tested and troubleshot multiple items including circuit boards pre-amps for radios,cables, wiring hook-ups and vibration testing The work load was inconsistent. It varied week by week. After seven months, the company decided they didn't need anymore.
Pride Mobiltiy (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – January 16, 2017
Everyday you work at your on pace Learned how to drive the forklift , reacher and the man up. Management was always trying to make the work environment better Me and my coworkers grew a brotherhood. Everybody has everybody backs The best part of the job is being able to complete multiple tasks.
Quality Control Inspector (Current Employee) – London, OH – January 10, 2017
Work in a fast past job inspect and put components on parts, to be patience,efficient, work with different types of people, Management is great they are organized. Co-workers are hard workers friendly and helpful. work well with co-workers.learning new jobs.