Molf Maker / Mold Repair (Former Employee) – Hanover Park, IL – February 25, 2017
I worked in the Tool Room for this company for over two years. The Tool Toom is very out dated. I was working from 50 to 60 hours a week. This company will lay you off for with NO explanation NO reason. Managers have the supervisors walking on pins and needles and the supervisors pass it down. Their corporate office (in another State) with out knowing who you are can just randomly put you on a list and you're FIRED !! Your supervisor has NO say so - when you get on that list. This company offers no future to anyone. This company is run by a group of investors that only care about them selves.
Company looks good from the outside.
Unprofessional. Will talk down to you. Not allowed to think outside the box.
Maintenance Technician III (Former Employee) – Mebane, NC – June 8, 2016
I learned alot about working for a larger company,the culture,expectations and different technologies.My role changed during my time there and I received an experience to take on the next step in my career.
really enjoyed the people and liked the challenges of the job
Lead Automation Technician (Former Employee) – Clinton, MA – April 23, 2016
A normal day was beginning of shift checks then take care of breakdowns instructing my technicians what i need done (pm's, special projects scheduled maintenance) and performing any needed repairs to keep machines running to optimal production.
enjoyed working with the people
never had breaks on time do to breakdowns or work load
As soon as i clock in and walk in the door the other gy is walking out. I have to check every inch of two big assembly lines and fix anything I see that is or will be a problem for the next twelve hours.. if its all running smooth I examine the product for deformations and clean up any over flow from back up, also supervise the quality inspectors and tell them what to expect based on how the mold is running
Room to grow in business plenty hours
fixing what the other shift messed up and didn't tell anyone
Plastic injection machine operator (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – September 12, 2015
Ran anywhere from 1 to 5 machines daily. Did my own checks on parts, color changes and helped with mold changes. Management was good, so no complaints here. Loved all my coworkers we were one big family. We still stay in touch after our company closed down. Nothing was hard about this job, just seeing it closed hurt.
Material Handler (Current Employee) – Dothan, AL. – April 14, 2015
Typical work day consists of Getting on the lift around 6:15AM or so (night shift overlaps 30 minutes) Do the same thing for 12 hours. Some days you may get a break or lunch some days you're so busy that its impossible to get a break, and being as how you're one of only 2 lift drivers on the floor the other driver is in no position to stop and break you out. Considering how much we are expected to do 10 bucks an hour seems like a joke. I get along well with most of the co-workers. The hardest part of the job is realizing that no matter how hard you work, management just doesn't care. The most enjoyable part of the job is when I get to clock out at 6:30 and go home.
It's a job, Fast Paced, Decent co-workers
Low pay for lift drivers, Impossible to plan for anything because you're always being told to work on your days off.