Maintenance Administrator, Carlstadt, NJ - September 4, 2015
There is some room to grow here and you get some decent benefits once you make it past the probationary period. But negative politics ingrained into the culture of the company stemming from the overwhelming favoritism (in favor of any Spanish employees) make the daily grind a drag (not to mention employees getting promoted to inappropriate positions based on their actual skill or qualifications). I've encountered a great deal of racism, negativity, and ignorance (especially from the floor employees where there is pretty much no bar to measure or set standards). I did enjoy learning new software, getting to know my own teammates, and learning about mechanical and electrical parts/processes.