Divsional Secretary (Former Employee) – WI – November 5, 2015
I took pride and dedication to PSSI and believed in this Company whole heartedly, but unfortunately they sold the company and positions were deleted. I would still be with them now if I could. Management was great, a typical day was to open the office, check emails, return phone calls, type correspondence, collect time from employees. Data Entry on a daily basis, SharePoint, Engine Search on the Internet. Loved my job, very seldom missed, traveled for the company at any point and time. Hiring new Employees for each state as required for the job.
supervisor/ERP Coordinator/secretary (Former Employee) – Vicksburg, MS – March 18, 2016
worst job I have ever had. I have worked since my 10th grade year-first job were people are treated unfairly and money can be played with.. Management forced to work on sundays without pay no job security at all unless you are a site manager or higher rank no long term or short term leave for supervisors or hourly employees human resource hardly answer the phone or return a call after a message is left. I could keep going.....
my pay was ok as a salaried employee
supervisor not being payed but demanded to work, etc
The job is easy but the conditions are harsh at best
Sanitation Worker / Trainer (Former Employee) – Bristol, IN – June 7, 2016
the day starts with a pre-shift safety meting followed by stretching exercises. Then to the chemical room for tools and chemicals (all of which require a great deal of personal protective equipment in order to handle). The majority of workers are foreign to the US (which isn't a bad thing) however it posses a significant problem if you cant verbally communicate with your co-workers. The hardest part is the job itself, the physical cleaning, the harsh conditions, and the corrosive chemicals needed to preform the job. The most enjoyable would be after the USDA inspection you've made your clients machinery safe to produce food for tens of thousands of their customers to eat.
Sanitation Worker (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – February 29, 2016
Cleaned and sanitized machines with chemicals before and after production. Used certain chemicals for certain areas of the plant. Enjoyed learning new things about tobacco. Management was great, always helping with getting machines cleaned, floors, or chambers. Friendly atmosphere, everyone got along very well. The hardest part of the job was just in the beginning not knowing everything about the job that I needed to know to do well. Everyday is different, constantly moving, lifting, testing your physical ability. The job was very enjoyable.
Great management, free lunches if not accidents within 30 days
Only an acceptable job if the only other option is unemployment
former employee (Former Employee) – Coppell, TX – May 22, 2013
The management is a joke. They hardly are ever on the same page and then place the blame when there's an error on the production employees. They have openly stated that they won't pay for skilled technicians and just want people to fill the seats. That's why they operate through the lowest quality temp agencies. If you even attempt to put in a two weeks notice or even ask about how to put one in, you are usually fired on the spot. If you ask for a raise based on your performance, the HR representative will respond with "If you aren't happy here, you're free to leave". There's people who have been working here for 10+ years and have only seen a raise when minimum wage was increased. Trust me, this place is not worth your time.
Janitorial (Current Employee) – Waterloo, IA – March 30, 2016
I enjoy working with the crew I work with. They are all helpful when needed. I would have to say the toughest part of my job is maneuvering myself into the small, tight places to be sure the equipment is being cleaned properly. I would like to work a 1st shift job in order to be home with my family in the evenings. I also believe the pay I earn is not adequate for the work I do.
Sanitation (Former Employee) – Elberton, GA – September 1, 2014
My typical day at work with pssi has always gone right. Everything is usally ran by you and your speed. I learned how to use my mechanic skills more. The managers are awsome and always on their job. I enjoted being around my co-workers everynight. The hardest part about the job was getting down in the drain and trying to get it to flush! The most enjoyable part is, we sprayed water all night!
Sanitation (Current Employee) – Abbotsford, WI – October 24, 2015
A typical day at work consist of our everyday meeting reports about how our cleaning production went the previous night before. Management is somewhat ok! I can't really speak for my coworkers and one of the task of the job is constant thats hard is being wet walking through giant freezers and several more things.
Site and Assistant Site Manager (Current Employee) – Gainesville, GA – July 20, 2015
A day of work starts off by a daily safety meeting and a recap of the day before. An adequate amount of management presence is required on the floor to assure the employees are working safely and efficiently. My co-workers and I enjoy our jobs and feel rewarded when we have a successful day. The hardest part of the job is it being 3rd shift. It becomes complicated to balance your home life and job. The most enjoyable part of it is that it is never a boring. Every day has its own set of challenges.
Job is not repetitive.
3rd Shift makes spending time with family troublesome.
QC/QA (Former Employee) – Coppell, TX – October 29, 2015
too much trouble in this job, everyday they change rules too much confuse, peoples crazy, everything going bad. fun work place with supportive management. the most enjoyable part of the job was working alongside my colleagues and learning from them.