Racking (Former Employee) – Berea, KY – April 6, 2016
Everyday I would stand on my feet hanging parts on a rack then hanging the rack on the paint line. The management was alright. My manager was pretty cool, but strict. All of my co-workers were pretty cool for the most part. The hardest part of this job was having to lift the racks and carry them by hand to the paint line. There really wasn't anything to enjoy about this job. I mean its not hard work at all, the heavy lifting for those long hours just made it hard.
production worker (Former Employee) – Marysville, MI – December 29, 2015
There is a complete lack of communication, erroneous communication between the recruiting staff and the company looking for help. When the recruiters don't know the answer to a question they make one up and then deny having the discussion. Because of a lack of communication I am still waiting to be paid for working the week of December 14, 2015. I have been told by the recruiter in the Port Huron office that this has NEVER happened in company history. I have personally spoken to people who have had this problem. I don't know what the other branches are like but this Port Huron branch needs to invest in better training for their recruiters. This is not a professional upstanding company. Seriously, try a different staffing company, they all hire for the same companies.
BRANCH MANAGER (Former Employee) – Livonia, MI and Auburn Hills, MI – March 21, 2016
I enjoyed the time I spent at Nesco Resource. I had my own branch that thrived with 2 exemplary employees that worked very hard to make sure orders were filled on time and the clients were happy. I learned a lot from the Vice President of my region.
Temp Assignment (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – March 30, 2016
This position was overnight. Pretty much recovery position putting back items and re-stocking. People were kind unfortunately management was not always on the same page. No one really communicated so job duties were never clear
Accounts Payable Clerk (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – January 21, 2016
The process of getting onboard with this company is very tedious so beware. I received a million calls before I started the assignment but once I start and has questions, the response time was very slow. No one knew the answer to anything and it was very frustrating.
Oil and Gas Facility Technician (Former Employee) – Gillett, TX – December 30, 2015
Nesco was very helpful in negotiating my work benefits and salary during the busy oil field industry. I thought Nesco stood out and forward leaning on taking care of employees and keeping work force informed.
material handler (Former Employee) – Twinsburg, OH – February 19, 2016
The hours were always available and steady. Management was fair to all of its employees. I enjoyed the company of my co-workers and the bosses.I learned how to handle the materials that the job required me to do in a productive manner.
Temporary Purchasing Assistant (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – January 7, 2016
This was a great learning experience. Great people and I am sad that the position came to an end. My manager was absolutely amazing. She was taught me just enough to get me going but not to much so I could be strategic and figure things out on my own.
I was sent to Valley Gear Manufacturing to work as a CNC operator This was the hardest job I have ever work in my life, The Management was very hard to work for and I would see people that came from Temp Company at 7:00AM and would go home by 9:00 AM, because of the way management treated them. The use of foul words and name calling was a daily thing. So a lot of us put up with it, because we needed the hours and to feed our family.
Investigative Chemist for Kodak Alaris (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – February 3, 2016
NESCO is acting as a third party job clearing house in my situation. One company needs my services that were purchased through a second. Now it all clears through NESCO, and all three companies are satisfied.
Don't fall prey to sweet words and fall into trap. The company relies on cheap resources and knowledge doesn't have much value. It didn't take me whole lot to realize, what I was explained and what I was doing, were two different things. I ended up leaving after few months.
Instrument Technician (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – May 2, 2016
Good company that always looks out for their people. I never had any problems with and any time I need help they were there to help me. Management was always there for you and helped with work as well.
Call Center Representative-Fullfillment (Current Employee) – Strongsville, OH – January 24, 2016
The hardest part of the job is juggling several responsibilities at once including answering calls, placing orders, jumping from client screen to difference client screens. We receive high volume inbound calls just before a floor set I have learned how to multi-task while staying calm and focused.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the people, not just in my department, but the whole company. It is uncommon these days to find people (a whole company) who help each other in whatever capacity is needed. Respect for one another is paramount there. Managers are easy to talk to and encourage open discussions.
It is a casual environment and casual dress is permitted on a daily basis.
The biggest negative is that there is a hiring freeze so there is no opportunity for me to obtain benefits or the pay that I am accustomed to.
This review is about the company that Nesco placed me with. It has nothing to do with Nesco.
Sales (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – October 18, 2015
My day started off with checking voice mails and reporting any call offs to clients and filling the position if requested. A meeting followed with discussion of open accounts and perspective possible accounts, along with any other issues that needed to be addressed. Through out the day, I interviewed candidates, oriented, and placed in open positions that they may have been qualified for. Also answered phones setting appointments, and problem solving if need be. Online recruiting on various job sites for open orders.
Sorter/Packer/quality (Former Employee) – Richmond, KY – October 17, 2015
Arrived at work at 6 am warmed up machine got it running and ran parts that were needed for each order. I learned how to run a bender machine and inspect each part, The management were very helpful and were there if needed. I enjoyed working with most of my co workers they very helpful if i had any questions about my machine they would try and help me as much as possible..The hardest part of my job was keeping up with machine it took alot of speed and accurecy. The most enjoyable part of my job was meeting different people and working with my co workers.
RF Technician (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – April 26, 2016
company is a great place to work. Everyone there is kind, respectful. hardest part of the job is nothing, everything is straight forward. Most enjoyable part of the job is the kind of work that is being done.