Assembler (Former Employee), Elizabethton, TN – July 30, 2015
Wonderful place to work. I loved coming into work everyday and building different items. I loved having the option everyday to learn something new. the people were wonderful it was like family. Management was wonderful very helpful and hands on. The Hardest part of the job was working 7 days a week.
Machinist (Current Employee), Murphy, NC – May 12, 2015
Pros: good insurance, 401k and other invesment opprotunuties.
Cons: one 20min break for an 8hr shift, poor managment
All advancement is based off of relationship with management and not skill. They take advantage of quality workers which drives away all their talent. I am a journeyman machinist, my boss is a former assembly worker and doesn't understand what I do which can be very frustrating. We have qc people who cant read Mic's, our plant manager and Human resource manager don't have degree's and are un educated.
Senior Tool Design Engineer (Former Employee), Torrance, CA – March 23, 2015
Pros: flexible schedule, pension plan.
Cons: no cons.
A great small environment that allowed career growth with a flexible work schedule. The management team was very driven in providing a sense of job security while you grow in your career. Also, the business unit allowed the interaction with many automotive OEM's, which was exciting.
Assembler/Production (Current Employee), Elizabethton, TN – January 26, 2015
Pros: good environment, great people
Cons: not permanent positions
All positions, to best of my knowledge, are temporary. Hiring is done via temp services and I know of several who have worked for over two years without being hired by the company as a permanent employee. Job requirements are easily met and most anyone can do the jobs on assembly. Co-workers and great and friendly.