Sabert is a growing company that is constantly reinvesting back into the business and in its people. They have given me the tools and opportunity to grow within the company. I have been in various roles with the company that have helped me advance in my career and learn different aspects of the business. It is a great place to work and advance/grow within the company.
Great Management Team, and room for advancement with hard work
Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Shepherdsville, KY – April 13, 2016
A typical day was putting finished goods away using a reach truck and SAP system. Pick future orders for customers using RF gun and SAP system. Load and unload product Create B.O.L for orders to be shipped using SAP system
Technician (Former Employee) – Shepardsville, Ky – September 24, 2013
I've been in plastics for most of my adult life as a process tech. I got a job at Sabert and finally saw what a disappointment it was. The pay rate was terrible for a technician in that field. The machines and auxiliary equipment were not maintained well. The support and training was beyond subpar. The supervisor wasnt there half the time. Almost everyone I talked to hated it there. Sadly most of the techs were younger and didn't realize better paying jobs in the industry were out there. At my interview with the department manager he gave me a timeline for pay advancement. Again sadly all of the techs that had been there at 4-5 years were only in the next pay scale. I couldn't imagine wasting 5 years to get the pay they were making. But for most it was a job and that was what they settled for. More power to them.
they offered sick days
poor management, poor pay, poor training and alot of unhappy workers who had nowhere else to go
operator (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – October 22, 2013
This place is for you if you are on the run. If you are a maintenance mechanic, you can make your on machine repairs or at least be able to mickey mouse the equipment to make it run. If you do not mind not getting your schedule breaks and lunches then this place is for you. good luck!!!
they will train you to refresh your skills.
long hours, most of the times no breaks, no team work.
HR Related Role (Current Employee) – Sayreville – September 25, 2013
I really enjoy my team and the overall energy of the entire organization
Sabert is not a place for idling. Our days move quickly and there is always more to be done. I have been with Sabert for two years and I have never been bored or without a challenge. The company is growing and the overall spirit of the employees is strong, with a breath of the endless possibilities, of what is next for a company that has already celebrated thirty years in business.
Night's Superintendent (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – April 3, 2012
A typical day at work for me would; 1. Find out my priorities for today production. 2. Insure everyone is gainfully busy and completing todays task. 3. address any production issues that has not yet been resolved. 4. Insure that Sabert quality is being met and up held to stardards. 5. The hardest part of my job is having employees to show up on a regular bases.
Extrusion Operator (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – March 8, 2014
I've been working at Sabert for the past year and have never been treated so poorly by co workers in my entire life. There is a culture clash here if you speak Spanish you'll be ok. I constantly fee like my job at Sabert is not secure.
Equipment Operator (Current Employee) – Louisville, KY – August 22, 2013
I am happy to come to work and enjoy working with my co-worker everyday. Working for Sabert I've learned more about managing my time.My manager at Sabert is a good man to work for his is understanding and respect and treats other as he want to be treated. The hardest part working with Sabert is the temperature ( whatever the temperature is outside it is the same in the warehouse.)
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Shepherdsville, KY – January 10, 2013
A day at this job was interesting and not the greatest experience. It was a 12hr job which was not bad. Not much to learn other then to look for plastic bowls that were in bad shape. The other workers were mostly Cuban, Hispanic, or Mexican. This was not a problem. The problem is that 90% of them did not speak English. So being trained was not very easy. The team lead would put you on a machine and you had to figure out how to do everything by yourself. Also if you didn't speak Spanish you had a hard time even knowing what to ask when you had questions. There were things that you were not suppose to do like put one type of plastic in with another's machine. PPT for example could not go into one that housed PPE. It would contaminate the specific machine turning the plastic a color or messing up the machine. The important things like that I had to figure out on my own. The hardest thing to me was the managers that seem to be in charge. They had poor attitudes toward everyone, spoke of safety every night yet had not cared how the job was finished as long as you pushed harder than you should. An example of this was my first night. I had to continually move 50 lb crates to fill with plastic bowls, not bad at first but after six to eight hours you get tired. Through out the night no one would help me lift or pull over more of the crates when i needed it yet stood there and watched as I struggled then simply walk away. After the shift had finished I had one of the machine techs talk to me as I was leaving telling me that was a two person job and if I needed help to just ask. Personallymore... I would have just helped someone I seen struggling then watch all night and then say something like that. There really wasn't anything I could say that I enjoyed about this place.less