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i am flexible at different jobs and hours
forklift operator/stator lead (Former Employee), Willis, TXNovember 13, 2013
Pros: iniforms
Cons: 15 min breacks
Would. Like. Job back even. As a temp I've. Already been trained /
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Good place to learn skills
Production Activity Control (Current Employee), Willis, TXApril 22, 2013
R&M is a good place to start for younger employees. I started at the bottom and worked my way up until I can no longer see any advancement. The managers are cooperative and listen to employees' advice and ideas. Everyone works together as a team. The hardest part of the job is dealing with the somewhat arrogant nature of a few supervisors. I thoroughly – more... enjoyed working there because of the laid back atmosphere made by employees that always get along well. – less
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Given responsibilities without an equal amount of authority.
Planner/Buyer (Former Employee), Willis, Texas 77378January 6, 2012
Pros: clean office and machining areas, solid safety programs in place.
Cons: short employment term.
Robbins and Myers was a great company to work for. I served the Company well, with the responsibilities given me. The first 90 days, the probationary period of my first year. My performance was privately recognized by the materials Manager and the HR director. I was given a voucher, dinner for two and movie passes. Given the opportunity, I would gladly – more... accept a position with R&M Energy Systems. My employment with the company was short lived. Do to a down slide of new Purchase Orders for equipment. Resulting in lay-offs and restructure of personnel by downsizing. – less