Productive, fairly easy to advance within
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Seymour, IN – September 22, 2014
The upper management does not communicate with their employees enough. They change policies without any warnings, they make advancements by picking who they want in a particular job verses going by the seniority list that is in place.I personally was able to advance twice in my 8 years of working there. I started as a temp, once I was hired on, I advanced to team leader up to supervisor. The hardest part of the job is making sure everyone understands what's going on. Management sees things their way, and that's it. There's no negotiations as to why one made the decisions they did.
The money and benefits are good here
The hours are terrible. The company will change them on you whenever they feel the need to