Quality Inspector (Former Employee) – Lafayette, IN – July 5, 2016
For a temp job it is okay, long term not so much. If your not looking for a long term job, this is the place for you. They were constantly changing schedules, and asking you to do work out of your paid position.The co-workers were a great team.
Inspector (Former Employee) – Greenville, SC – January 11, 2016
This company was amazing to work for. I loved how the work place seems more like a large family than employer and employee. They really care for their employees. I hate that the warehouse I was employed at closed down. The work was fast paced and constant.
Crane Technician (Current Employee) – Calvert, AL – October 7, 2015
Arrive to work 30 minutes early. Dress for work in locker room. Gather all hand tools and PPE's, load in company work truck. Attend daily 1 hour safety meeting. Pick up work assignments from the site coordinator. Then we go to each individual crane and start repairs/monthly PM's on all equipment.
Data and Analytics Analyst (Former Employee) – Wichita, Ks. – August 17, 2015
A Fun and challenging work environment that allowed for personal creativity to be introduced to the workplace. Room for growth and management supported new ideas at all times. The company supported education goals and provided opportunities to apply learning in the workplace.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Waupaca, WI – April 9, 2015
Making cores on an assembly type of job. I learned how to make cores and inspect them to make sure they are good to go through the oven. Management was good and so were the co-workers. The hardest part of the job was working in the heat, but once you got used to it, it was okay, and very dangerous as well. The most enjoyable about my job was that I made good money, co-workers, and lost weight.
Intern (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 11, 2015
I learned AutoCAD while I was interning with ThyssenKrupp. I was able to work on P&ID's, schematics, and instrument designs. The typical day would be to review a P&ID, export information to MS Excel, and figure out the junction boxes to wire everything. It was a great place for an internship.
Quality control Inspector (Former Employee) – Toledo, OH – October 14, 2014
It was good working for Thyssenkrupp. I was out working at J.C.I out in Oregon.The People I worked with, and everything was well .Untill the work slowed up and i was sent to the main warehous witch was a complete turn around. They inspected the parts there before it was sent to J.C.I. The people , the breaks, a complete change. But as the hrs got lesser i struggled to pay bills, and being thier for over a year with no raise it was time to go.
friendly work enviorment that do things togethor outside of work
Press Operator, Quality Team Leader (Current Employee) – Hopkinsville, KY – May 29, 2014
The pay is good and is what keeps me in the job. A lot of turnover in the General Manager positions and a lot of corporate intervention without consulting the employees, which often causes a lot of confussion and chaos
paid lunch and good pay
consistently drives work force to hard to long, 12hr days for months at a time with no time off.
First thing in the morning, I would review all customer work orders and prioritize them. Then begin to cut and and package all cut orders for that day. Finally, pull and package all not cut order items. While working for AIN Plastics, I had the opportunity to gain the knowledge of some of the different types of plastics, properties, and purposes. I had only one co-worker for a couple of years and we worked very well together. When the branch grew, we went through a turnover and the one co-worker left and made way for two more. This was a slight change in over-all work environment. Eventually, the hardest part was to keep up with the orders. The most enjoyable part of the job, was the co-workers, in the warehouse and the office. We are still friends.
the health benefits were great and the hour long lunches was a good thing.
didn't pay very well. no raises and no ability to move up in the company.
mechanical maintenance (Former Employee) – Calvert, AL – July 10, 2013
I welded many different materials. I fitted pipes, steel structures. I learned a lot about German business models. My coworkers were very diverse. The atmosphere was very close for myself and my team members. The job was physically demanding, but I enjoyed the challenge.