Tufting Machine Operator (Former Employee), Cartersville, GA – August 27, 2015
Pros: Safety Dinners
Management is nice, you have the opportunity to grow with the company, i learned how to supervise,and quality control. The most enjoyable part of this job was being able to have 2 creeling teams racing to see which team would win.
Exceptional envviornment and great place to learn and grow
Commercial Customer Specialist (Current Employee), Cartersville, GA – August 17, 2015
Pros: Great work environment
Cons: Lots of shift changes
My typical day at work consist of me answering phone calls from Sale Reps from all over the world. Meeting deadline and making sure that I deliver efficiently to my customers. Driving sales and being aware of my overall etiquette, Minting my call rating and being available for additional assistance
Operator/Quality Control (Former Employee), Thomson, GA – August 17, 2015
Pros: Working day shift.
Cons: The breaks were very short and working 12hours.
A typical work day could be rather long and arduous. Meaning, working 12 hours in a stressful atmosphere could be a heavy weight to carry. I learned to work my way through the challenges and remain positive. Management was okay, but could have been better. A few of my co-workers were awesome pertaining to work ethic and getting the job done. I did build a camaraderie with them and they thought of me in the same aspect. The hardest part of the job were the 12 hours and the stress that came with it most of the time. Again, the most enjoyable part about the job were the few co-workers that I have worked with for many years that I had gotten to know.
I have a total of 20 years with this company, even though they are partially closing their doors, it's still a great company
Receiving Clerk (Current Employee), Bainbridge, GA – August 14, 2015
My years here at Shaw have been overall good. I have a total of 20 years with this company. Great work environment and good people. Typical work day includes me doing reports on the the material and goods that come into the plant. As a receiving clerk, I deal with a variety of people on an everyday basis. I receive the material into the computer to generate a receipt for accounting purposes. Once that's done, I file paper work. My co-workers are great people. I've been knowing most of them a long time. I can't think of anything about my job that is hard at all. I like learning new things. The most enjoyable thing about my job is the people. I love people..
Senior Process Engineer (Current Employee), Georgia – August 7, 2015
Pros: Flexible work schedules.
A normal day at work would consist of solving problems that could have been more easily solved as a team. I learned that working together gets things done faster. The management does not tell you enough information as fast or as directly as you need to know it. The hardest part of the job was repeatedly repairing the same equipment. The most enjoyable part was the relationships made with employees.
Heatset Machine Operator (Former Employee), Andalusia Al 36420 – July 27, 2015
Pros: the company is fair and honest.
Cons: bending and stretching.
I was a Heat Set Operator. I learned how to manage my time. The management was very professional,they tried hard to make work enjoyable. Most of my co-workers were pleasant and helpful. The hardest part of my job was bending and stretching The most enjoyable part of my job was making sure my machine produced a premium quality product.
electrician (Current Employee), bainbridge georgia – July 22, 2015
i work monday through friday 8 to 4. im in my second year as grade 2 electrician . my co workers are great to be around, hardest part of the job is not learning every thing like you want, most enjoyable part i learn new things every day
Regional Sales Manager, Southeast (Former Employee), Dalton, GA – July 12, 2015
Pros: Ability to offer and manage group incentive trips.
Cons: No serious cons
A stable and progressive flooring manufacturer with sales in excess of $4 billion dollars per year offered growth opportunities and great benefits for employees. I began as a territory salesperson calling on flooring retailers. Worked territories in Jacksonville, FL, Atlanta, GA, Huntsville, AL. Promoted to Regional Manager while in Huntsville, responsible for sales in N. Alabama, N. Georgia and Tennessee – more... from Nashville through Knoxville. Transferred to Houston, TX responsible for S. Texas and New Orleans areas. Moved to Nashville at my request. As regional manager was allowed leeway in promotions including incentive trips for customers. The hardest part of the job was dealing with difficult consumer claims and the most enjoyable was the relationships between our management and ourselves. a typical day was joining a territory manager on his/her rounds and meeting our customers. – less