organizing is bad off, they don't know how to run the place, and they could care less about you
Associate (Former Employee) – Albertville, AL 35951 – June 3, 2016
I had to stay out for my newborn because he kept getting sick and had to be taking to stay in children' hospital and they counted it against me. They also have no common sense for keeping stuff organized or preventing unnecessary overtime.
Forklift driver (Former Employee) – Albertville, AL – May 24, 2016
A typical day at work fro me was i was always being moved to different department so I learned multiple jobs. I learned multiple jobs as in the line prodution and the Material Handling (Forklift) jobs. Management was good people they would be there when needed as well as make sure everything was running smoothly. my coworkers was good people they would all work as a team just as any place should. The hardest part of the job was learning the layout of the product as far as placement for forklift operator. The most enjoyable part for me was the coworkers were friendly.
Newman Technologies provided insight to a manufacturing environment and hiring challenges. Handled resume reviewing, job postings, orientations, drug testing, training and payroll. Great contractual position and enjoyed all aspects of this position.
Line Technician (Former Employee) – Albertville, AL – August 4, 2014
My time spent at Newman Tech was time well spent! The facilities were new so it was a nice, climate controlled environment with easy access to facilities such as exits, restrooms and the break room. The majority of office and floor management were great to work with, especially HR and the Plant President who always went out of their way to say hello on a daily basis. The work was quick paced but not difficult though the training process was a little lacking. My one gripe from my experience was that some safety training and features were lacking but this was being resolved as time went on. I feel Newman is a good place to work with great people for the most part and If I had stayed in the state of Alabama I would have continued my employment with the company.
Production Associate (Former Employee) – Aiken, SC – January 3, 2014
Overall, I enjoyed the challenges of working for this company. The vast majority of the employees were hard working and efficient. I did have the opportunity to learn to operate many different machines. Most of the employees were very friendly and had good attitudes. There was a consistent problem with running out of parts needed to make production quotas. This , of course led to workers needing to be moved frequently, excessive overtime to catch up when the parts came in, workers coming in at 4:00am only to stand around because there were no parts to work with. This, along with other problems at the plant, eventually led to lost contracts, due to late shipments, and most of the plant being laid off. The most enjoyable part of the job was the challenge of the fast pace and attention to detail needed to make production quotas. The pay was also good.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Aiken, SC – November 29, 2013
My work day started at 4am every morning. We had a meeting every morning. I learned how to do multiple things at one time. The management at Newman was great. My co-workers were awesome. We had fun while getting the job done. The hardest part of my job was getting laid off.
Inspector/Assembly (Current Employee) – Aiken, SC – August 26, 2013
steady work environment excercise before we start work daily do machine work sheet for all machines load up work station reset counters make sure that every thing is in order safely and make sure machine is on start ruinig parts that when you also work together as a team nobody works hard when you help each other out management is always watching making sure associates are doing there job co workers i enjoy working with we help each other good to get along with the hardest part well is when machine breaks down and we got to try to get those numbers most enjoyable is going home