Sweatshop. Low bid contract work minimal manpower for job.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – March 19, 2017
Weak culture. Constant turnover. Little to no support. No benefits for part time and low grade expensive benefits for full time employees. Lots of long hours due to unreliable work force at these wages.
I started working at here a little over a week ago and so far so good. The work is fast paced, but there is a lot of down time in between assignments. The employees and management are great, however the pay is only $10/hr to start. It is great for a little extra money. So far I have been assigned to various positions including CSP, sorting, cleaning, operating an elevator, top deck, and placing cones around planes.
Ramp Agent (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – January 9, 2017
It was an excellent multi-faceted experience that I had not at first expected. Not only did I learn and gain so much from the job but there was also an excellent sense of support and community perpetuated by both my coworkers and the management. The only issue I had were the odd hours of work which made balancing my work life with my personal life hard to do while still meeting my basic needs. If you don't mind an extra early shift working outside in extreme weather conditions, this is the perfect fit. It's definitely a requirement to think on your feet and pull your own weight because it's physically demanding work.
Ramp Agent (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 5, 2017
this is a great company for those who need a second job, people are very nice and we always work together to smooth up our day when we are having tough times. good management but could improve more. They are always happy to see people wanting to step up and take more responsibilities and can help you with bonuses and higher pay.
Cargo Agent (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – January 4, 2017
Quantem does not care about the employees. They will do whatever it takes to make themselves look good, avoid fines (including cutting corners), and schmooze the airlines. I have personally witnessed the company through good people under the bus in an effort to save their own tails.
Ramp Agent (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – December 20, 2016
Good part-time job if your on set up crew, great management. Fun to work on planes and learn all the equipment.... Especially De-icing and tug operator
Free food, Kava, possibilities of gaining experience on SLC international Airport equipment, gaining knowledge in all areas and equipment, increasing your chances to work for other well-known SLC Airport companines.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – November 14, 2016
The job isn't an issue but everyone who has authority refuses to listen. No problems were resolved just discarded. They were all connected so couldn't tell either one a problem without receiving blame and cover-ups. Fun job just remedial management.
Work fun , general manager couldn't manage a lemonade stand
Yup (Former Employee) – Western ny – August 28, 2016
Work is great but GM is never there no one knows this persons name . Hello. Hours are good . Co workers are very cool for the most part. Fast moving pace all night long . Time goes by quick . But where is the GM ? Hello
Working with some funny cool people, and exercising every morning
Ramp Agent (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – August 19, 2016
Pdx sucks, co-workers and managment are horrible. Everyone thinks they are a boss and in charge. Not enough pay for the work you do. If you miss one day of work and don't have a doctor's note, they will give you a write up and after three you are fired, which is illegal. If you do work there it is great for an early morning workout and then off to a real job.
hard work . but many of the worker are friends so dont work but no management to say anything.
Material Handler (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – July 2, 2016
it is hard work. Places lacks any direction or leadership. They hire friends of frineds who then dont work but are the ones to get ahead to leads . the people who do work suffer everyday but if you say anything you are a trouble maker.