Laborer (Former Employee) – Paragould, AR – February 10, 2018
They don't care about employees. Workers are looked down upon. Their only concern is to increase bonuses for upper management. They don't care if you have any issues. They don't want you to bother them. Just work and take the peanuts they pay you.
PSC is a fast paced environment. Multitasking is required.
Junior Dr, St. Charles (Current Employee) – Wright City, MO 63390 – October 24, 2017
Half of the day is doing labor work. The other half is doing office work. Being able to multitask is a must. Working Saturdays and being able to drive long distances is a requirement as well. It is a dirty job and you need to be okay with working in hot and cold weather conditions.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Union City, GA – September 27, 2017
wanted to get hired permanently because it was close to home and i like working with others i also was looking forward to moving up and i like working with cars. they just needed a better manager in my department
good co workers, good hours and most of the managers were good to work for
Greeneville facility only operated for about 8 months
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Greeneville, TN – July 25, 2017
Paid training in Knoxville. Enjoyed training, learned a lot in very short amount of time.Great management in Knoxville. Sorry to say not nearly the same in Greeneville. Doomed to fail from day one. Poorly designed facility. Greeneville facility lacked ambitious, qualified leadership in management resulting in little cooperation/team-work between co-workers at this location.
Happy to have had the opportunity in metals industry.
sorry it did not work out even though it was low pay
Weighmaster/Clerk (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – July 7, 2017
Steady work flow but sometimes busy, Most of the customers are friendly. I enjoyed having my own little office to my self. I learned to work on a touch screen computer and everything that their is to know about scrap metal from steel to copper.
Manager (Former Employee) – Ohio – January 22, 2017
Constant turnover in the Corporate office has created low morale and is causing talented people to find employment elsewhere. The culture has become, "do this or else", and people are not the most precious commodity.
Shipping and Receiving Manager (Current Employee) – Barberton, OH – November 3, 2016
My typical day is very fast paced and busy. I received my tow motor license. I learned a great deal about non ferrous material. Extremely filthy job. Going through management changes and cut backs in all areas.
PSC was a large company that experienced great financial losses which resulted in massive lay offs. This was disappointing because early in my employment, I was laid off as were most of my associates that I worked with and the president who was the person who hired me.