Assembly technician (Former Employee) – Tigard, OR – February 5, 2018
Okay if you enjoy working in a Clean room. Didn't enjoy changing my password weekly, wearing all the clean room clothes and a colored hard hat, and dealing with the attitudes of supervisors. Obviously they aren't happy people to be talking about you with other people, instead of directly with you. Don't waist your time here.
Leader/Meat (Former Employee) – El Monte, CA – November 17, 2017
Learned a lot running a cash regerster to leader in deli I learned how business sales can do if u push right products and have full stock items .i say I was impressed how I was chosen to be apart of a management team leaders .love my customers they made my job better to know I assist a customer needs.
Chimney Sweep (Former Employee) – Lombard, IL – October 19, 2017
Sworn to silence by various confidentiality "documents". I'm not sure what else I am allowed to say beyond that. I have adopted some intriguing and hard learned lessons from my work experience. I know it will become beneficial at some point.
Some excellent co-workers, learning/work experience
Superintendent (Former Employee) – Louisville, MS – October 12, 2017
This job was very demanding and I found myself working long hours. I had a break when I was deployed to Iraq and they didn't take that very well. They had problems and after the legal date they layed me off.
Mover (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 29, 2017
The company at times can be a bit unorganized. The company does not reach its full potential considering I feel that it doesn't have enough management/supervisors working along side coworkers, this allows the workers to take advantage of one another and enables people to do whatever they want instead of putting their full focus and effort into the job at hand.
Traveling to different locations, long break, friendly environment
Poor customer service, lack of management, lack of organization, lack of promptness
Jr Corporate trainer (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – August 27, 2017
A typical work day at Superior was full of life whenever i walked through the door! The atmosphere is amazingly refreshing! The training is definitely fulfilling and relaxed, move at your own pace but with hast..lol. The management are compassionately involved with everyone who wants to make it! They are with you every step of the way. SBS has its own style with a kickass flow. The hardest part for ME was putting in the work at a high consistent level. But can DEFINITELY can be done because there will be motivation set by example all around you everyday you work!! So don't get discouraged. The most enjoyable part of the job for me was the people i engaged with each day. Our entire team was so full of life and energy like no other i've encountered in a workplace; as well as meeting new people everyday! I ABSOLUTELY LOVED WORKING AT SUPERIOR!!!!!
File Clerk (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – August 24, 2017
Work not filtered well between departments. Management had poor communication among its employees. Hardest part of the job was running around trying to find all the pieces of a puzzle to put together in every client's folder.
Poor Management Communication, Poor Department Communication
Store Clerk/Manager (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 14, 2017
Forklift Operator: drive and control the forklift to transport heavy goods around the airport. Load and unload luggage, heavy boxes and cartridges on to these steel bars, carry it to designated places and unload them off. Lifting a minimum of 100 lbs
Coordinator (Current Employee) – West Coast – July 18, 2017
Company culture is "we run lean" which means the employees that do report to work have to do the work or 2-3 people. When customer ask quadruples they do not hire additional staff to support the customer ask. Very reactive and not proactive leaving employees constantly playing catch up.
Voice of the employee not listened to. When concerns are brought up they are squashed with "you'll never get it all done" and "it's the way we have always done it"
Challenging work place that really make you think and not boring
Finel Test Technician 3 (Current Employee) – Tualatin, OR – June 29, 2017
A day at work is very unpredictable you don't know what will be your task for the day and who you will work with. you won't know your state of the tool and how much troubleshooting you will have to do for the day
the keeps you on your toes and it'll require your defined attention.
Freelance court reporting in the Atlanta area (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 29, 2017
I reported in Atlanta for two years including Superior, Magistrate, Juvenile court and depositions. It was extremely stressful and it takes forever to get the lawyers to pay you for the transcripts. On top of that, you get taxed very heavily by the Federal Government. Not worth it in my opinion.
Quality Inspector (Former Employee) – Baldwin Park, CA – March 15, 2017
A typical day involved packaging boxes of phone cases into bigger boxesnfor eight hours. You get 2 15 minute breaks and a 30 minute lunch break which is the only thing you have to look forward to. A lot of hard work for a minimum wage job where it feels like they're only paying you minimum wage because they legally have to. Also be prepared to be let go at any time without warning or reason.