Quality Inspector (Current Employee) – Princeton, IN – December 30, 2013
We are often asked to go home early do to the lack of consistent work as well as being laid off several days out of a week. The management constantly complain about how people don't have their proper personal protective equipment, then hand us Kevlar gloves with holes to handle sharp metal parts.
Clean while waiting for the work to come through. Once the work comes through I begin parts inspection and organizing the parts. The end of my shift includes completing necessary paperwork and computer data entry.
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Chrysller Trenton Engine South – November 3, 2013
had fine co-workers for the most part ,work was interesting management generally tried to accommodate employees. The hardest part of the job was the mile and a half wake back to the office after standing in one place for 12 hours., The most enjoy able part of the job was fellow employees and friendships made
they would try to work you around your schedual as far as time off
I am employed in Chattanooga Tn with PIC I was happy to be a part of major company. My review of PIC is -0 simply because their onsite staff is incompetent and they yell at their team when they ask questions or ask them what order o f work is next. I don't like being yelled at because one of the lead night manager is asking them for inspected parts. They yell in front of the company employees and they have nasty disagreements with each other. All night long they sit and yell and talk to you in a childish manner. No one approach them in fear of losing their jobs. They need to be evaluated, and trained in leadership skills. I question the company. If you are a treat to them they will try and break your spirit by yelling and try to fire you make you quit. I have never seen anything like these three in my life. They give PIC a bad name and the company ask how we deal with PIC. There needs to be order and unbiased leadership. The might leads.need to get up out their chairs and lead their team.
An opportunity to inspect parts for a major company
PIC onsite leads are incompetent, lazy and they are not responsible.
since the day i started there, it has been so much confusion. they felt like they didnt need us there because they felt like they are having to pay our contractor too much.they would constantly change up rules and regulations and would not inform anybody from the pic group.
Quality Inspector (Current Employee) – Township of Shelby, SD – April 20, 2013
No advancement for employees from within or wage increase. a typical day at work is no communication between management. I learned how to not trust or rely on others to educate you about you job duties. Management allowed the older employees to dictate how,when and where to place newer employees. Co-workers were a bunch of back-biters, unpleasant to work with. Hardest part of job, the older employees. I enjoyed working alone.
Inspector (Former Employee) – Lincolnton, NC – April 6, 2013
Go in inspect parts, i now know how what a hub part is suppose to be like brand new. great co-workers, very work focused area! management was not focused on making any employees position full time, or making sure people had any regular hours.
Qaulity inspector (Current Employee) – Princeton, IN – January 23, 2013
Good place to work if you just want a job and no advancement. It isn't like you going to advance far or getting enough money to survive on a month, but you can at least use it as a stepping stone and find something a little more permanent while you work!
Off 3 or more days and don't get hardly any overtime. Management is good when push comes to shove. Driving to work everyday.
work experience, different jobs everyday
under 40 hours a week, always sending people home early or asking for volunteers!
Lead Hand, Quality Specialist (Former Employee) – Opelika, AL – October 27, 2012
A typical day at work was safety first and making sure everyone was at there desired duty station performing task. I've learned that leading a group of people to want more and strive more in the work place is not that difficult. Management team was excellent.
Inspector (Current Employee) – Rockford location- management located in MI – September 28, 2012
at customer work site talk to quality personnel about issue sort product of issue report findings to quality manager report findings to PIC manager co-workers good to work with travel at varied hours enjoy the variety of work
QUALITY INSPECTOR (Current Employee) – Shelby.Mi – June 27, 2012
I MOSTLY WORKED BY MYSELF. FILLED OUT DATA SHEETS.INSPECT 100 TO 1.000S OF PARTS. IF THE PARTS CAN BE REWORKED ITS DONE.NO MATTER WHAT THEY ARE.ALL PIC PEOPLE CAN NOT DO THE SAME JOB.S IF YOU HAVE A BACKGROUND IN Fab,or Machine program/process.
Also I know that just not anyone is sent or called to a prototype shop.to fix parts.so I was bless to work with Nissan.Ford.GM.an Chrysler. management. to many people thinking of them self. but they did clean house!. the team work is job 1. everyone works well and others meaning new people pickup fast. there none unless you come into a place where no one knows where the parts are. what I love most about this job is knowing when these pats are added to a car or truck my mark is on it.
quality inspector (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – February 14, 2012
went from being a full time employee to being abruptly switched to on call then being only called twice then never again for 4+ months, and when i would call all they would say is theres no hours or jobs avalible.
sorting of automotive, and automotive related parts
Lead hand / Supervisor (Current Employee) – Guelph – November 21, 2011
The Pick Group is a fine place to work, but you will have to put in many hours in order to take home a decent paycheck. if you are not well liked by your supervisor you will not get much work. If you can stay on the good side of the office staff you will be alright, and will receive enough hours to do OK.