A operator (Former Employee) – Temple, TX – April 24, 2016
Normally work by yourself as no one seemed to understand teamwork. Fast paced environment requiring you to keep up with numbers even if the machine went down and you or maintenance had to fix the problem.
Press Manager (Former Employee) – Wheeling, IL – December 27, 2015
At Reynolds my typical work day included managing the workplace. Making sure all of the employees did what was needed to be done during the shift. I didn't really have any type of difficulty working there. It was a pretty easy going job.
Material Handler (Current Employee) – Temple, TX – November 25, 2015
the company itself is good ran smoothly training sucks if you new you want learn anything unless you teach yourself. the schedule is great, pay isn't good they lie to you about how much you'll make just to get you to stay out there.
Great Team work there, we ran by cells, 2 man cells, always had a partner
Machine operator (Former Employee) – Downingtown, PA – July 29, 2015
If your partner was ready to work and you were also ready, the yards of out and you got you goal done and all ran smoothly, sometimes we got bad material of presses, we usually found something else to until the problem got fixed. Always busy always happy and good work environment.
Stocker/ Closing Manager (Former Employee) – Miles City, MT – July 27, 2015
My day started at 8 a.m. I was in charge of the frozen food department which means I ordered and stocked the frozen merchandise. Every Tuesday a new ad would come out so a new display would have to be built in place of the ending ad display. A few nights a week I was tasked with closing the store. Taking/verifying checkers tills, running reports and locking the doors. Co-workers and management were all great to work with. We could have fun but knew when to be serious. The hardest part was being in the main freezer in back. The most enjoyable part was helping customers.
Leadsman (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 17, 2015
Supervised a staff of 6 peoples,Delegated organizing and processing tasks including pulling, packing and preparing materials for delivery. Ensured that my team completed their tasks efficiently and according to the company’s standards.Learn how to lead and be a leader.Management was great and the co-worker was great and there was not anything hard about the job.Enjoyable thing about the job was playing softball and bowling with other companys.
Buyer (Former Employee) – Lakewood, NJ – December 14, 2013
A typical day is coming into work reviewing my sales reports and inventory levels. Reordering goods based on item sales and stock levels. This entails dealing with my vendors in NY. Also writing purchase orders. Staying with in my budget per depts. that I was buying for. Calling store managers in reference to their customer request. The hardest part of the job nothing comes to mind. All my co-workers were great as well as management was like a family. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with a close group of management and co-workers. It was a pleasure going to work for the 20years that I was with the company.
Virginia and North Carolina Litigation Paralegal (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – September 9, 2013
Insurance Defense paralegal for a excellent team of attorneys. I prepared all documents to be filed with the court on the defense side. Met with clients, assisted attorneys in scheduling. Met with clients.
i was unloading trucks.learn to driver forlift and power jack the right way.my boss was great person to learn things with.my coworkers great team work with.learning how to driver the forlift.working with great coworkers
The most important thing about this job was all the education and certification required for this position. Knowing all the requirements and restrictions for each and every step of properly laying a piece of pipe or placing asphalt was a difficult task each day. But it was definitely a fun and exciting job. Meeting new people and actually being a part of placing a new road or bridge, was an achievement for me.