Great culture experience, Poor management.
Maintenance Mechanic II (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 4, 2015
Coming in the door I was told on thing only to be given the run around. I started at this company hoping to move up quickly, as far as job advancement. I started as what I thought to be entry level, only to find out that when it was time for the company evaluations, that i was actually doing more. When I asked about it, I was told to talk to the plant manager, and the answers were put on hold. After my 90 day probation with the company I thought to put my skills to use, and apply for a Maintenance position within the company, that comes with an increase in pay. I got the position and was trained for almost 4 months, without an increase in pay. Following my training I was told that this position had not yet been filled, but I was made to believe that there was a greater use for my skills elsewhere, so I began training for several other positions, that had no mechanical usage. After going "training", I settled into what I like to call a floater, showed up to work, with no schedule or supervisor, just doing things that needed to be done, or filling in for those whom have called out. Finally, after being trained and tossed around the plant, for about 9 months, I was giving a raise and a title. Neither for job I was given, eventually I was placed back on the floor doing entry level work, again the reason I joined the company was to advance, to come full circle was not the plan.
short breaks, poor management