CNC Operator/Warehouse Operator (Former Employee) – Racine, WI – March 21, 2017
CNC Operator/Warehouse Operator Read and interpret blueprints to comprehend work orders. Check stocks inventory to ensure appropriate stock is available to start a machining project. Ensure that all CNC machines are lubricated properly before each processes initiation. Uses gauges to accurately measure and verify proper part dimensions. Accurately completes quality and production control inspections. Unload received merchandise from the shipping truck and scan product into warehouse inventory. Put received inventory in the correct warehouse location. Pick products for customer orders. Check quality and ensure accuracy of picked orders before shipping. Trained new employees on various duties as needed.
They had a open door policy so it was easy to talk to management . The atmosphere was very friendly, and you where sure to make your 40hr or more. Also there were great sales training and support from all departments. There were some issues with management and a lot of turnover among senior level positions. The company had plenty of opportunities for growth but was closed and brought out this year.
GWA (Former Employee) – Laurens, SC – March 15, 2017
Management is a joke. Money is OK. Benefits had many to choose from. If youreally not fast enough you're gone. They will let you know if you're doing bad. But the Laurens branch, I don't see it lastin much longer.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Whitestown, IN – March 15, 2017
It was a wonderful job with some amazing people, the turnover was a bit high and I think that there should have been a bit more training for supervisors and managers. All in all it was a great place to work for.
District Inventory Specialist (Former Employee) – Chester, VA – March 1, 2017
The company had ample opportunity to promote up in the company. There were some management challenges during organizational restructuring. But the company was able to rebound after the economic strain.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Camden, SC – February 27, 2017
Long hours. Repetitive and boring after a while. I learned about the company in general pertaining to what they actually do. Management is ok. They do their job. Some individuals take too serious with micromanaging. Hardest part of the job was having to pull the extra weight during lunch breaks because the machines run nonstop 24/7. The most enjoyable part was the amount of scheduled days off we had.
You only work 14 days total out of the month. If u need extra money, there is overtime available at times.
Director (Current Employee) – Long Beach, CA – February 2, 2017
Company with a long standing history with great reputation is no longer. Sorry to see so many good people be let go because of the acquisition. If you need wonderful team members with international experience, look for former UTI employees.
Worker (Former Employee) – Little Hocking, OH – January 26, 2017
This place is run with the least amount of people. The management is a real joke. They have no clue what they are doing. The training you get is very minimal. There is no HR help and you never know when your paycheck is going to be correct. I would think twice about applying for this job.
Employees are great to work with
Management makes up the rules as they go. Pay sucks.