TERRITORY MANAGER SALES (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – February 24, 2016
Happy staff, poor management, but great flexible hours. Managements communication is not good at all. As an outside sales rep the pros are to be out in the field and meet alot of people through networking and visiting shops.
Driver (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – November 29, 2015
Fun work place with awesome co-workers. The most enjoyable part of the job is all the nice people I get to meet. There was a lot of variety in what I did each cleaning my work truck, loading and unloading my work vehicle.
Quality Inspector / Safety Coordinator (Former Employee) – chino ca – January 28, 2015
When i first started i was told that this was a great company for advancement, my first day i was not greeted by anyone with no direction. the Q.A. Manager finally came out to greet me. she began to tell me all about the caulter in the office and my bosses the day she left her position 4-days later, i was still on my own for 2-weeks. she told me the who story. this place will blame you for upper management failures.3-different bosses. i got fired for my quality corporate manager approval to sent out an order and when i reminded him he said "well it is what it is! not a good place to work. sales' people run everything.
CNC Machinist (Current Employee) – Chino, CA – January 5, 2015
Has five people above you telling you what they want to have finished , having the previous persons request thrown to the side . . .all morning. They have work orders with the dates, but it doesnt matter since they need random jobs done before others. They also like taking in jobs that last all day, and they want to ship it that same day aswell. Not the best working enviorment, I get work done with fast pace, but anyone that is slow will not last.
Provide a competitive salary. Company if very well prositioned in their market place.
Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Fullerton, CA – April 16, 2013
Early riser. would complete admin duties before the sales day started. Worked with staff to take them to the next level. Learned the plastics industry. Hardest part of the job was to get the necessary people involved in decision making. Most enjoyable was the people