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.
Business Development Manager (Current Employee) – Waltham, MA – December 28, 2016
• Support and nourish team environment to effectively grow professionally, and as individuals. Includes strategic sales methodologies, technical and industry relevant training. • Develop prospects into customers by identifying and attracting organizations that fall within our core competencies, and have a gap in their current model. Achieved through a combination of, cold calling, field work, networking, etc. Working through full sales cycle.
Inspector (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – December 16, 2016
Loved the environment. Great organization and communication. Friendly and exciting, energetic and never dull. I got to explore different departments to see where I feel most comfortable. They have lots and different options and opportunities to see where you fit best.
Assembly (Former Employee) – Hudson, OH – November 17, 2016
Call office to see if they have a position open or available, typical learn entry level position jobs. Management is very caring and tries to find a job that best fits you. Co workers are great people to be around, hardest part getting the job that you want. Enjoy working with people that want to help you
Nesco (Former Employee) – Danville, KY – November 14, 2016
Its all factory work, line assembly. Nothing special about it, long hours, standing on your feet for long periods of time. Most places they place you have good working teams. Some times you get a lazy team but that all depends on the management.
Win-Wrap (Former Employee) – Danville, KY 40422 – November 6, 2016
Nesco is a staffing agency that works to help you get and keep a job. If you lose it for whatever reason they always are there to help you find another job. I've never had an issue with getting hired at a factory after being hired through nesco.
Inspection (Former Employee) – Danville, KY – November 1, 2016
Since its a temporary agengy , you aren't guaranteed work and they pay is low. I enjoyed the company I worked for through them and they pay weekly. Overall not too bad if you can find permanent placement.
Paint Prepper (Former Employee) – 5671 N Oracle Rd #1103, Tucson, Az, 85704 – October 30, 2016
They were on top of everything. The coworkers were very reasonable and easy to work with. The managers and employees were respectful to everyone. I learned how to prep parts and materials before painting them. I worked long hours when it was needed.
Temp (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – October 18, 2016
Went into agency and had job placement same day. Paperwork and initial skill testing is somewhat lengthy but worth it. Takes your interests and skills and helps them match you with a job of the same skill and interest set you have. Can only work at the job assignment for 6 months, but at the end of that 6 months the company can offer permanent employment to the temp employees they are interested in.
Saw Operator (Former Employee) – London ky – October 4, 2016
This company was ok at first but I worked one job with them then they told me I couldn't work threw them anymore but a few weeks later they offer me another job wich I accept then they were very rude to me about my abilities to work