Productive with clear job requirements and trust in each other
Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Bridgnorth, ENG – July 15, 2013
I work 12 hour shifts, days and nights on three shift patterns. I am responsible for final production of confectionery foil, slitting down to customer led specifications by following job card instructions. I ensure 100% quality is maintained before releasing the material for dispatch to the customer. I use both slitting and rewind machines and regularly achieve above average production targets. I have learnt to use several different slitting and rewinding machines. The management has been inconsistent. I have never had the same managers in charge for more than a year or two. The work force get on well together and partake in social events together. The hardest part of the job is ensuring that the material which comes from the printing department is to customer requirements, 100% quality, You have to keep a close eye on the material when running on the slitting machine to ensure it meets the specification/job card. It is a relaxing atmosphere, everyone gets on and you are entrusted with getting on with the job and taking appropriate action when quality standards are not met, i.e. making managers aware.
Material handler (Former Employee) – Oswego, NY – March 4, 2018
The heat is the only bad thing about working here . The team setting and the work is equally balanced . You have plenty of space to advance and there are a lot of different things to learn here but safety is key because it can be very dangerous