Crane Operator (Former Employee), Chesterton, IN – July 3, 2014
Pros: teamwork, co-workers, money
Cons: mostly outside..
You could always get overtime.. People were great to work with .. Management was very understand for most part. Salary wasn't up to other company's , but the benefits made up for it.. I always enjoyed going to work ...
I enjoyed working outdoors and problem solving every day situations. I learned how to operate many different pieces of equipment, using a torch, and millwright work. I also learned many different skills on and off the job site from co-workers who had many years of experience in the field. The most difficult part of the job had to be working outside – more... in northeast Ohio year round. The most enjoyable part of the job was the accomplishment of completing a big project and seeing your hard work at its finished stage. – less
Frag Operator (Current Employee), Canton, OH – January 30, 2014
Pros: good pay
Cons: unstable at times, poor managment, unsafe
Lack in structure work environment, a lot of things happen that wouldn't be allowed such as on the job drug use and alcohol abuse by many employees running heavy machinery. Good pay and some good foreman.
Staff Accountant (Former Employee), Columbus, OH – September 5, 2013
Pros: free lunches occasionally
A very political and back stabbing place. Not organized. E.G. Never had any idea how much vacation time or sick I got because they didn't know. We had to keep track of it ourselves and if we took any time off we were reprimanded.
Machine operator (Former Employee), Crystal City, MO – August 10, 2013
Maintained strict performance, quality and production standards, trained new employees and monitored their performance during probationary period. Machine operator, cutter and metal shredder, CAT operator, maintenance repairman.
Human Resources (Former Employee), Ohio – January 18, 2013
Pros: jeans at yard locations
Cons: benefits, lack of communication, wages
It was difficult to deal with all of the morale issues at PSC. There were many benefits that were taken away in my time there (tuition reimbursement, wellness programs, PPO medical plan, decreased pay "increase").
There were some perks, such as casual dress. I really enjoyed the relationships I formed with my co-workers - that was the highlight of – more... my time there.
The executive team lacked direction and communication. We weren't sure what our goals were for the company. There was a revolving door of CEOs/Presidents. The entry level positions did not earn what they deserved. What a shame. – less