Machine Operator (Current Employee), Santa Fe Springs, CA – May 29, 2015
the co workers here are very easy to work with no chance in moving up Rare to get a raise and if you do its not much i did learn from my coworkers how to do everything i know only benefit here is good working environment
Machine Operator/Head Maintenance (Former Employee), Santa Fe Springs, CA – March 10, 2015
Only work here if your desperate or a drug addict. It is not a place to be satisfied or comfortable in life. I feel bad for the guys that have families that work here. Breathing up paper debris all day.
not a good place to work morale is low and a depressing enviornment.
Rewind Operator, Line Lead, Technical (Current Employee), Santa Fe Springs, CA – October 7, 2013
Cons: too many to list.
I've been with this company since it opened and it's a mess since I've been here we've gone through 7 plant managers in 6 years people in management come in with high expectations and after a few months they have a don't care attitude and it's very hard to get any answers from hr or management. I've been in numerous positions here working directly under the plant manager and they're hands are tied here to get anything done they have to get approval from 6 people who are in a different country. HORRIBLE! place to work everyone here from the top to the bottom is unhappy the only reason anyone is here is for a pay check and they change the schedule here every month you don't know what you will be working till the last minute makes it very hard to find a new job. The thing is now that the economy is getting better a lot of people are leaving key people so now it is getting worst every it feels like people are leaving every week. I don't recommend trying to work here.
Team effort and support is very high to ensure all department goals are accomplished for the month.
Inventory Control Analyst (Former Employee), Santa Fe Springs, CA – September 7, 2012
Very friendly and professional employees come together for a common goal, to achieve high quality products and standards for customers buying their products.Upper management departments support their employees and communicate at a high level of interest.