Lead Sanitation (Former Employee) – Mexico, MO – April 20, 2017
the first day you walk in they will hit you with bs. they always put someone elses work on you. they let people leave early and you would have to finsh their work even if you have not done what you suppose to or is done with what your doing. its not a team its more like the bosses are playing favorites.
you get 1 break beside your lunch even tho you work in a factory, in Missouri thats illegal
Productive and fun you basically make your schedule
Factory machine wash (Former Employee) – Osceola, IA – March 1, 2017
basically you get the first two hours of just nothing but sitting around I mean I could have done much more work than just sitting and specially being paid for all those that is kind of a perk to otherwise the job was not so bad I would go back.
Sanitation Specialist (Former Employee) – West Liberty, IA – February 1, 2017
I not only excelled with this company but I gained a lot of experience from them.. Being as it was my first job they taught me valuable skill that I would carry on to my other jobs and that I will hold forever..
Laborer (Current Employee) – Pine Bluff, AR – January 9, 2017
I come in at 11 oclock PM and work till 7 or 8. I am in charge of cleaning a big machine and its area. i see myself progressing in the near future. The best part is the incentive pay, show up on time and get an extra dollar per hour.
productive and fun workplace to work with water hoses
Sanitation press engineer (Current Employee) – Elk Grove, IL – December 30, 2016
Put on the PPE gear and hardhat lock out tag out machines then go do dry pick up bag up motors every body was fun to work with but the pay wasn't the best Never really got a rise leaned how to mix chemical vortex sanitizer
This is a chicken plant probably the most serious an yet easiest jobs to keep clean!
Pssi employee (Current Employee) – Arkansas – December 8, 2016
It's honestly a great place for anyone who has the interest of doing something with there life. My family and I are expecting our 3 baby this year and I had to find a night time job luckily I knew about Pssi here I am about to start a life venture with the company!
I would clock in every night at midnight my job was only a graveyard shift job. I learned how to mix and not mix certain chemicals lift heavy lines and also remain cautious of my safety and other workers.