The horrible culture of the work environment is unreal. If you're in with the 'cool people' then your great. if not, just do your work, and leave your personal life at home. CEO really doesn't know whats going on in the office.
forklift (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – November 17, 2015
morning stretches, check forklift operation (safety).co-workers were pleasant when not high. management was clueless to their workers state of mind. hardest part of job was dealing with management on daily orders. seemed like they had poor communication with their customers/drivers. the most enjoyable part of job was knowing we were making a huge difference in the world, as far as sending the material to land fills, or doing what we did . Which was recycling aluminum and plastic bottles.
Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Syracuse, NY – October 10, 2013
The only thing Tomra needs is a Rochester location. They are the perfect company to work for. The team can quickly become like family. They look out, help and support their employees above and beyond all my expectations. Should I move, I want my job back.
was a great place to learn and had a good group of people to work with
Dispatching (Former Employee) – Lakeville, MA – September 17, 2013
My day was once i came in i was to review previous day ,log into the computer that information, file various paper work,start lining up the nite drivers workload,call customers as to who needs pickups,my boss was good to work with should i need help,co-workers were good to work with,job for the most part was good and felt i was accomplishing something at the end of the day,once the day boss left i was left in charge to deal with most issues,
Was responsible for keeping my own time, missed one day while i was there
Field Technician (Former Employee) – Wixom, MI – April 25, 2013
14 hours work days, no consecutive days off, too much travel and ground to cover and they leave you to hanging when you need to take time off for family life. No team enviroment, When the shop screws up, it comes down on you.