Coating Line (Former Employee) – Henderson, TN – August 30, 2015
I appreciate the opportunity that I had to work for Premier. The people that I worked with were friendly. The human resource manager stated that he would gladly give me a reference to work at other places that I applied. The job that I performed was not hard. I worked a lot of hours, but I did not mind this.
Quality Inspector (Former Employee) – Frederick, CO – October 27, 2014
A typical day at work were 10 hour days. I learned the Hunter Douglas line from beginning to end, and final inspection. Management wasn't bad. My co-workers were a lot of fun. The hardest part of the job was in final inspection. The most enjoyable part of the job was my boss & my co-workers.
Vending machines were inexpensive, exercise program, half price on Sam's cards
SMT Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Frederick, CO – June 18, 2014
Everyone is like a big family. Great place for a steady job, but don't expect them to advance you. You can work there for years and only receive 1 raise, and not a big one too. Everything there is all about favoritism, if you suck up to the bosses you may just get your way. If you like birthday cakes every month, and potlucks every holiday, and gossip this place is for you.
I created file folders, made copies, scanning, worked with the accounting department. This was a very easy job and my hours were flexible and great. My direct supervisor was a great person to work with.
Custodian (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 19, 2012
a typical day includes loading and un-loading docks, tugging(ex: pulling trash and cleaning shells in the Ford Motors Plant) some experience forklift driving management needs improvement in communicating w/ staff on shift changes and/or job duties we are team players and very diverse enjoyable part of the job would be the different training opportunities
training opportunities are the best
short breaks; mandated over time; no air- conditioners
I liked arriving on this job earlier than usual because the quicker I could start on my production the smoother the day would go. I learned how to use a computerized welding machine and how to dock the number of parts ran per hour. My co-workers where very competitive and fun to work with. The most enjoyable part was getting over production. The hardest part was staying away from down-time.
We were like a family. I was able to train on different jobs. Hardest part of this job was when I first started I had to memorize things in a short period of time and I had to train new employees that didn't know english very well. The most enjoyable part of the job was there were always new challenges.