Power Pressure Pump Operator (Former Employee), Stafford, TX – November 25, 2013
Pros: conducive environment
Cons: mean management
very huge company, but often lay off and also pay the temps very low when I was there in 2010 but heard they're paying more better now. they do not care about the temp but only do care about their parmanents
Receiving Inspector (Current Employee), Columbus, GA – October 30, 2013
ResourceMFG is an outstanding company to work for, they have always worked with me and offered all types of help as far as trying to find a permanent job! Ron Evans is the best man I have ever worked for.
I signed up with these people two months ago, done all of the paperwork etc, they still have yet to place me in any job, no return phone calls, no offers of placement, no work = no money. Just a waist of time as far as I am concerned.
Shipping D-Shift (Former Employee), gunbarrel Co – August 13, 2013
Cons: working with the company
Horrible, dead end company. I was a temp for well over a year with no answer on whether I would be hired, and others have been temps for over 2 years. This posting is to actually fill the position they fired me from.They fired me once because my son had cancer, and it took me writing the President of the company just to get my job back, and that took – more... 3 weeks just for that. The supervisors and higher staff don't really treat the temps like true employees and are unwilling to stand up for any of them when things go wrong. Personally, after working with this company as a temp for over 18 months, I would not recommend working with this company if you ever have any plans on going anywhere. Literally the worst, dead end job I have ever worked for. They are understaffed and don't care, and will lie to you about getting hired on daily. – less
Electronics Technician (Current Employee), SLC, UT – June 6, 2013
Pros: fast job placement
Cons: no benefits offered, not even a paid day off
A staffing company should be able to move their people around when employee doesn't fit the job position or prefers other job. Instead one gets locked down on a job and there's no way out unless you resign from the job without any guarantee to start elsewhere on listed jobs by Resource Mfg. Resource Mfg takes their company and employer policies higher – more... in value than the benefits of their employees.
Stay away from this staffing company, bad management. – less
sucker (Former Employee), Longmont , Co – May 31, 2013
Applied for a job posting by Resource mfg. Set up an appointment to speak with someone at one of their offices that was 35 miles away. Got to the office , did the paperwork, was asked what type of work I was looking for. I replied , the one that I applied for, and was told that position had been previously filled . When I asked the person why they didnt – more... pull the posting after it was filled, i was told ," we do that to pull in more recruits". I called the main office and was told," thats not our policy and it must have been a mistake". That same job posting is still listed 45 days later. – less
Staffing Supervisor (Current Employee), Sanford, NC – February 19, 2013
Cons: hostile environment, lies, and politics
Great place if you like corporate politics, and Management that doesn't listen. They tend to just patch things up rather than fix them. Also they "WILL NOT" reward the hardest worker but rather put someone who has been there the longest for "Convenience Purposes" even though they are not qualified for the position. Co-workers do not get along repeated – more... arguments, lies and back stabbing. Even though they promote 5 values, Maturity, Integrity, Family First, Honesty, and Passion for our Business, they don't follow it PERIOD!!!!. The reason I stick around is, i'm hoping for change even though I know it will never happen. The most enjoyable part is the people I do get to help, and see them change their life by putting them to work. – less
production operator (Current Employee), lagrange, GA – September 10, 2012
Cons: too many to list
I'm overall unhappy with this company. No holiday pay until 1750 hours that's far more than 6 months at 40 hrs a week. The pay is almost minimum wage. But you will def get OT. Btw they will tell u what you want to hear to stick u on a job.
Temp worker (Former Employee), Alabama – June 25, 2012
Cons: too many to list here
Account staff will tell you what you want to hear; confirm to you, that you're doing a great job on a the long term assignment, that you are working,(and which you turned down other jobs for) then suddenly they call you, at night, at your home, and tell you, today was your last day. No explanation, nada. Don't trust 'em! They will rock your world, and – more... do it, without a care in the world! signed... burned and still smokin hot! – less
machine operator/helper (Former Employee), Charlotte, NC – May 16, 2012
Pros: lots of overtime
Cons: short breaks, 2-5 min breaks, 20 minute lunch break
worked 7 months currently looking for employment.I worked rotating shifts changing every two weeks.A typical day at work for me was in fast paced environment which consisted of loading and watching the creel machine for wrap-ups/bad material coming through.Also assisted operator in daily operation set-ups,trouble shooting.Mechanically inclined person