Temple inland was the best job that i had. I worked there from 1999-2010. I learned how to operate machinery. And paid attention to detail. I also learned. How to communicate well with others. It also taught me how to be responsible.
Operator (Former Employee) – DeQuincy, LA – April 11, 2017
I'm They didn't pay what there employees was worth . Always work it's supposed to be an 5 daysaweek making 55 hours a week then it turned in to a 12 hour a day job seven days a week and they treated employees like !! Sorry about my opinion but its they way I feel
General Manager (Former Employee) – Carrollton, TX – March 6, 2017
Responsible for 145 hourly employees, 8 salaried employees. Develop yearly Safety Plans to meet and exceed OSHA regulations. Prepare Preventative Maintenance Schedule. Develop waste, productivity, training guidelines for all plant operations. Develop and improve Safety process. Negotiated union contracts and handled union issues. Prepare and justify all capital requests submitted to corporate.
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – West Memphis, AR – May 3, 2016
Plant closed and it was the oldest building that they had in West Memphis ARK. also they built a new one for the people in Cumberland Tenn. The one in West Memphis had the same machines since the 1950's.
Legal Administrative Assistant II (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – April 16, 2016
My day began at 8:00 a.m.. From the time I get to work I did not stop until the end of day at 5:00 p.m. The stress of working for 7 attorneys including entering new contracts, completing transitional contracts and balancing work for all attorneys and the Administrator.
Strategic Sales Aliance Manager to Kraft Foods (Former Employee) – Buffalo Grove, IL – November 19, 2015
I was employed by Temple-Inland from 1972 until my retirement, in 2003. The opportunities were unlimited for people who wanted to work hard and produce. I was promoted numerous times and transferred between various Midwestern locations. I particularly enjoyed the opportunities to use my product knowledge and communication skills to benefit both my employer and my customer.
Family like working environment with priority on SAFETY
Line Leader (Former Employee) – Utica, NY – October 16, 2015
Enjoyable work environment with great crew and management. A typical day at work consisted of safety regulation reviews and stretching exercises before starting work day. The hardest part of the job is when orders are rushed because of machine failure. The most enjoyable part of the job were the celebratory company lunches and picnics for meeting Safety milestones. Knowing that everyone worked as a team to keep each other safe makes this company one of the best I have worked for.
Great management team, Salary compensation, Company lunches/picnics, Advancement
When i first hired on and Author Temple was still living it was a great place to work. After Mr. Temple past away it seemed as though everything started going south. Salary working 7 days a week 3 and 4 moths at a time with no compensation or comp time.