Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee), Albion, MI – August 5, 2013
Pros: helpful co-workers and good money.
Cons: stressful environment the included irritation of the skin from the fiberglass
meeting started the day discussing criteria that as need for the job and guidelines that needed to be meet. Go to work station and rotate every 2 hours, out of a 12 hour day. Normal 4 breaks, get releived by next shift.
i learned the means to work hard as indiviual, i learned how fiberglass was made.
The co-workers were friendly and helpful!
The – more... HEAT! the heat in the summer made it hard to learn the job and made it un-bearable.
Its was for the most part easy going and the co-workers were helpful! – less
quality inspector (Former Employee), Big rapids Mi – February 14, 2014
Pros: they get you work
They place you in a job. They think they own you once you sign there paper work read very thing before signing. They placed me at BRP which is probably the worst place I have worked. If your a kid fresh out of school it's great you have a job that's full time but if your an adult think really long and had before going to trillium
The most enjoyable part of this job, and what I have learned.
Technical Labor (Former Employee), Midland, MI – February 7, 2014
Pros: less that 40 miles from home
Cons: i was paid at minimum wage of $7.40/hr for clover.
The job was under 40 miles from home, and that there is more than sorting different makes ink jet cartridges, and how to recycle them . You must make sure that they do not leak, and that they test out good and work properly. The people that you work with at both Clover,and Leprino Foods are very easy to work with and help you with any question that – more... you have on an operation in the plant. – less
Above ground Miner (Laborer) (Former Employee), Louisville, KY – January 18, 2014
Pros: good money, constant moving, sweating the fatigue away
Cons: tired beyond repair everyday.
Work would consist of cleaning till the feet and hands fell off. I learned survival is key at this job. Staying in shape and eating healthy. With a high consumption of liquids to stay hydrated. Out of a 15 man crew we would split off into different seconds of the plant based upon the jobs that needed done. These jobs varied and could take any amount – more... of time. Fixing machine jams, floods, and shoveling coal and limestone were the essential jobs. – less
Journeyman Electrician (Former Employee), Albian College – January 5, 2014
I had a good full time job with benefits. I was promised that work was plentiful and I should come work for them. The job lasted 2 weeks and I was told they have no work in my area (Ann Arbor). There was nothing they could do. They left me hanging and asked me to quit my job with benefits. DO NOT TRUST THEM!! There main concern is to man jobs for their – more... employers. You are only a cog in their very weak machine. DO NOT TRUST THEM! – less
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee), Flint, MI – December 10, 2013
A typical day work was spent loading and unloading rotors(20-50lbs) onto and off assembly lines. I enjoyed working with my co-workers, management was not so great we would get let out late for brakes and have to report back early.
Receptionist (Former Employee), Lansing, MI – November 19, 2013
This company was able to work at getting me a job based on hardly any work history, due to being mostly a stay at home mom. They also were very understanding due to health issues as to why I couldn't complete any work tasks after being diagnosed with Cancer in 2009.
driver (Former Employee), illinois – October 30, 2013
People need to stop working for places like this and companies who pay cr ap wages.people need to wake up and see that our wages are going down and profits are going up.and the more we give the more they will take.