NDT Technician (Current Employee), Springfield, TN – February 24, 2014
Pros: long hours
Cons: empty promises
I learned a lot while working for Team. I learned that you will not get a raise unless you switch to a different company. I learned that big companies can make a lot of promises, then never follow up on those promises. Then they have you by the balls and you are working 7 days a week, with no time to find a different job, or spend time with your family.
Pros: lots of hours/overtime for those that want it.
Cons: lots of hours/overtime for those that don't want it.
Work is what is expected, for those who know what the industry is about. For those who don't know about the company or industry...typical workdays are 10-12 hours of on site time doing the job assigned for that day. Work conditions vary greatly depending on the job/location. While with the company, aside from my schooling, I have learned a great deal – more... that wasn't taught in school...real world type of things. As far as management and my co-workers, everybody is open and always willing to help when needed. Management has an open door policy to discuss issues as well as being available to you when you are on a job after hours. Knowing the industry that I'm in and what is expected, I can't really say that there is a hardest part of the job. I could be doing the same type of inspection at the same location and if the part being inspected has a bit of a variance it could change the whole "ease" of the inspection. The job does have its rewards...the enjoyable part...knowing that you completed an inspection and YOU give it YOUR approval that it meets code and is deemed safe for use per the code. – less
To gain a position within an organization, that will utilize my skills, education, and offer an opportunity for growth.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Alvin, TX – March 18, 2013
• Answered phones and responded to employee’s requests (incorrect pay rates, payroll corrections, etc) • Identified, researched, and resolved customer issues using the computer system. • Completed HRIS and payroll projects as needed • Researched and resolved password issues for employee’s to complete employee maintenance in ADP Self Service • Archived – more... HR/Payroll files electronically and cataloged boxes for warehouse storage • Payroll Reconciliation prior to w-2c processing • I-9 Auditing and Archiving employee’s information • Various projects using 2007 Microsoft Office XP – less
Great managment team at main office, but poor supervisors at certain plant locations. Not an extreme amount of room to advance and personally better yourself. Pretty routine position checking and repairing valves and valve components.
Supervisor (Current Employee), Windsor, ON – December 4, 2014
Hold meeting with cleaning crew and assign daily assignments. Monitor quality of work and pay attention to safety and PPE. Very fun place to work for and get along with whole working force (From Chrysler management, to Team management and workers). Hardest part of the job would be, every assignment would have to be completed in very fast time frame – more... and good quality work per Chrysler's request. Long working hours and weekends. The most enjoyable part of the job is, everyone works together! – less
Cleaner/Labourer (Current Employee), Kingston, ON – July 14, 2013
Pros: benefits, even if they weren't great
Cons: everything else
The janitorial work was thankless but that goes for most places, the pay was very little, minimum wage, the benefits were sub par and take a very long time to come back in. Co-workers were good but the management was not, one boss would ignore people standing right in front of him, the other lied to your face about lay-offs, pay, job advancement and – more... ect. We were not told about layoffs until 5 minutes before the end of our shift even though they knew well in advance (1-2 months if not more) – less