Accounts Payable Clerk (Former Employee) – Windsor, CO – March 3, 2016
I enjoyed this job immensely. The owners and management are wonderful people. The whole staff was a great group of folks. I looked forward to going to work everyday. I learned a lot about the oil industry. The hard part was watching the price of oil drop and seeing our crews sitting idle.
I worked second shift I really liked it then I had to go to 3rd shift then I quit to go to school so I could graduate
Laborer (Former Employee) – Marion, OH – January 20, 2016
It was a good place to work but I could not work 3Rd shift and go to school I would of still been there if I could of worked second shift I got along well with my co-workers I learned how to make windows .
Assembly Line Production Worker (Current Employee) – Lithia Springs, GA – February 15, 2015
A typical day on the job would start with clocking in and than going to your line and start your morning meeting to understand the goal for the day. After the meeting you start your work for several hours than you have your 15 minute break at 9. After your 15 minute break you go back to work and your next break isn't till lunch around 11 or depending on what line you're on. When your done with lunch there is pretty much 3 hours left and than your done.
assembler (Former Employee) – Lithia Springs, GA – May 7, 2013
* A typical day at work is to start on time prepared with the training I'm given and giving everything I got to not only improve but to push limitations. * Learned about more than just teamwork but to help and learn other positions to make a better and smoother run on a daily basis. *Co-workers, some are lazy or don't care about there jobs and most work as hard as the next person where you want to be just as good or better. *Hardest part of the job is a sudden change in procedure for example a single part number changes and may cause confusion without directions. * most enjoyable part is connecting with other co- workers and getting to know one another where it makes not only working but also outside of work more at a relaxing feeling.
end of shift, multiple breaks makes stress on the body easier, ot especially
co-workersin a bad mood, supervisors invading personal space interupting work production just to view job