When you start they make it seen like it's such a great job, but you soon find out that there is no room for advancement and the pay raises are a joke. If you looking for something to do for experience, or just something to get you by its not bad. Don't expect to make a career out of it. Co-workers overall are great to work with, but you soon find out mostly everyone there is very underpaid. Even some of their best operators complain about being underpaid so that right there should tell you. If you have some kind of degree your experience might not be as bad if you fall into a management position, because the management there now isn't very intelligent to say the least. The place has a lot of potential to be great, but have some very weak links.
Operator (Current Employee) – Clinton il – October 16, 2016
You work here forever and they will put someone in your position paying them more. You have to go to corporate to find out what benefits you have because HR needs to be trained better. Chain of command is a joke. They're al about getting their bonuses in the office and don't care about the workers out on the floor. Health insurance isnt the greatest. And everyone just talks bad about eachother. It's more of a high school drama fest. It's ridiculous! We need better management.
Every day is different, either helping out with end user software issues or working on swapping out a users PC (laptop, tablet or desktop). Never knew what each day would bring you but it was fun an challenging at the same time. Learned how to juggle several tasks/projects at the same time while still keeping the end user in the loop of the status each step of the way.
The workplace at the local plant was very good. The people really cared about their job and were very pleasant to work with. The Plant Manager was t
Human Resources Manager (Former Employee) – Bucyrus, OH – May 9, 2012
I would go out on floor for a couple of hours every day to talk with hourly and salaried workers and try to take care of any problems before the mushroomed into grievance. The management at the plant was very good. We had struggles when corporate decided to downsize us, but we worked together and perservered. The hardest part of the job was terminating and laying off people indefinitely. The part of the job I like the best was learning new systems ie ... SuccessFactors, ADP e-time, Smart Stream, and People Trak.
co-workers, learning new systems ie... successfactors, adp e-time, smart stream, and people trak