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Horriable
mainteance (Former Employee), granger indianaSeptember 6, 2013
Cons: very
The worst job ever poor management , Nothing is organized at the Granger plant . very inexperienced stupervisors
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Good first job, good summer job
Summer Worker (Former Employee), Warrens, WIAugust 20, 2013
Pros: higher than minimum wage
Me employment with Universal Forest Products was only a temporary position enduring through the summer months.

It was my first job ever and it was a great summer job at the time.

Easy general labor.
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Horrible Place to work
assembler (Former Employee), parker, paMarch 28, 2013
Work environment dirty, other employees were not pleasent to work with. played bad music. dreaded going to work every day. pay wasnt great, but got bonuses. this is not a place you want to spend your life.
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Good place to work
Purchasing Manager (Current Employee), Windsor, COOctober 15, 2012
Good place to work, great people. I have used my 11 years to learn many international aspects of the purchsing world. I travel frequently and enjoy it, although can not relocate due to my 8yr old son. Eventually the Colorado office is closing. I prefer confidentiality and respect the same.
Thaks for reading.
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Operator & Certified Lumber Inspector/Grader
Operator & Certified Lumber Inspector/Grader (Former Employee), Salisbury, NCJune 20, 2012
Pros: family day, staff meals
Cons: weather/elements
Responsibilities included: operations, inspection/grading, computer saw set up, daily inventory documentation & management, fork lift driver
Management: Increasingly over time the company became unstable with regard to its management staff selection
Co-workers: only depend upon yourself & a select few
Hardest part of the job: weather/elements
Most enjoyable – more... part of the job: safety committee work, grader's licensure, & longevity of 14 years – less