Marketing (Current Employee), Columbus, OH – December 29, 2013
Pros: great benefits
Great company that supports the team-building. Business is growing and customers are great. Co-workers are great and very supportive. The most enjoyable part of my job is the interaction with my co-workers and customers.
Production Worker (Current Employee), Ellenboro, WV – June 23, 2013
Pros: good hours, good benefits
Cons: discrepancies between the amount of work each individual has day to day
A large factory of workers that come together to make all the components of a large volume of windows daily. Job rotation gets everyone experience in a number of stations in the production process. We work safely and effectively to meet quotas and production. Our motto is, "Quality. On Time. Complete."
Production Worker (Former Employee), Ellenboro, WV – November 16, 2012
Cons: low pay no raises increasing health care and out of earning payments
Be safe, make as much as you have to and do it right and as fast as humanly possible. I learned to make sure I did my job before I helped somebody else do theirs. Our supervisors and group leaders tried to make the best of everyday even with production interrupted by machines breaking down and slowing production. There were some very nice people there – more... but for the most part everybody was normal with a few bad apples here an there. I'd say the hardest part of the job was waiting for machines to be repaired or fixed. Some were very complicated so we had a lot of downtime which in turn required us to work overtime to finish. Other than that the shift I worked was from 7pm to 7am so I was reversed from most everybody on days and that was really hard to deal with. I got to say getting off work was the best part. – less
Maintenance (Former Employee), Vacaville,CA – November 3, 2012
Pros: close to home and no time clock
Cons: sweat shop with great upper-upper managment/no parts organization
Co-workers were good in other departments. It is hard to work with someone who knows all the ins and outs of these machines and welders.More than 25yrs. experience.This employee runs the show.The Maintenance Supervisor is a drunk and vasolates accordingly to the Senior employee.They are both back stabbers and liars.Neither of them had any clue about – more... having a shop organized or parts organized.Broken parts were put right back on the shelf and they expected repairs in a timely manner.Supervisor wrote PM's for day shift but failed to write any for me on night shift and then expected me to remember everything I did and wondered why I didn't do this or that.I told Him no work order no work.Blew off the handle and made it hard not to tell him to go pound sand.Didn't want to give them my 100% because they will find fault in everything.Who wants to work in this type of enviroment? Senior employee was jealous because I spoke Spanish and would listen to employees.He wanted me to come from the mentality of"Stupid Mexicans".It was obviously a case of a racist redneck with a inferiority complex.The Hispanic's wouldn't talk to him because they knew of his viewpoint.They liked me and I would fix stuff for them and it helped their production and made their job easier. – less