I like working at shaw,because we worked as a team .i also enjoyed the job i did i took proud in what i like working with the people around me.
Machine Operator/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Fitzgearld Ga – February 15, 2017
Make sure safety comes first, provide quality product for our customers. be able to get alone with ya co workers,know how to relate to yourworkers.never say anything that will hurt no one's feeling.you see someone need help and if you caught up help them.you see anything need doing don,t wait on the next person go ahead and do it. Barely be a good helper b a team player.
Shortbreak if we behind.if not take your 30 min and get back to work
It's a Wonderful atmosphere the people are nice and that's a great company to work for.
OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Calhoun, GA – January 29, 2017
Typical a day where you come in just do your stretches you get your paperwork. I learn about this job yarn is pretty much using everything that we use today. The most enjoyable part about working at this place that you every two hours you get a break.
Hard Surface Expeditor/Warehouse Lead (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 14, 2017
A typical work day at Shaw consisted of unloading trucks, loading trucks, answering phone calls, paperwork for route drivers, inventory on a weekly basis and maintaining a clean warehouse. I learned many things while working here because it was my first full time job. The amount of responsibilities I had, quickly formed me into an adult. The hardest part of the job was the schedule. It was a Sunday thru Thursday 12PM-8:30pm schedule. The only problem was that I never managed to get off on time or within an hour of my scheduled time because the lack of help. With a young baby at home it was very hard to enjoy it while working 12 hours due to stacking too many responsibilities on one employee. I did learn many good things at this job. My computer skills increased drastically within the first year due to all the reports and emails I handled. My knowledge of Excel has also icereased drastically. ALl my co workers were very friendly and easy to get along with. The company took good care of its employees by occasionally buying lunch or hosting events such as: family day at the zoo, basketball at the park and dinners at nice restuarants. The only problem I had was the employee number to work amount ratio. I love to take on as much as I can and prove that I am going to be a liable part of the team but I also am not looking to be consumed by my job and not have any time with the family.
Tile Cutter (Former Employee) – Cartersville, GA – January 10, 2017
the hours could be a bit much working seven days a week mandatory if your supervisor wanted you to. the pay was good because most of the time you just watch and maintain a machine that does the job. the drama with coworkers was too much at times, which was a lack of good management. but benefits were ok but got bad after the healthcare reform came into effect.
suzann operator (Former Employee) – Trenton, GA – January 10, 2017
a typical day at work always started off hectic but fun and challenging everyday was different from the day before which kept it intresting. a lot of the people i worked with were people that i went to school with and that made everyday even more enjoyable. the hardest part of the job for me was getting up enough speed to do every requirement on my own and not get behind or require any help the ultimate challenge for me. the most enjoyable part of my job was when I fully learned everything about my job and my supervisor was always bragging on me to the other shift supervisors which in turn got me extra hours everyday that i was already schedualed to work and done all of that within 3 weeks time.
the pay was great and the hours were also the best job i have ever had