Not a bad job if you do not mind constant heat and loud noises.
Bottle Inspector (Former Employee) – Milford, MA – February 10, 2016
Typical day consisted of inspecting and recording bottles. I learned how bottles are made, inspected, and packaged. The management was unsympathetic and unfriendly. My co-workers were easy to get along with. The hardest part of the job was working rotating shifts. The most enjoyable part of the job was the overtime opportunities.
Manager (Current Employee) – Burlington, WI – October 14, 2013
No room for creativity from out side talent brought in Lots of nepotism Very little if any promotion of formal education of those brought up through the ranks yet career limits are placed on the very same people. Long hours are common. Rotational weekend coverage required Benefits are good And bonuses are very achievable However only the chosen are promoted And changes in management can be detrimental to your career.
Accounting Supervisor/Controller (Current Employee) – Lincoln, IL – May 14, 2013
This is a fast paced busy office, with something different going on every day. The people I manage and work with are great and we work together as a team. I beleive that knowledge is power and the more your employees understand what they are doing and why, the better it will be for the team. I really like what I do.
Labor (Former Employee) – Pevely, MO – June 10, 2014
Depending on my duty I was put on I would have to fill out paperwork for the machine I was on. Some times I would have to drive a forklift threw the factory to get materials. I would have to inspect bottles and always have to clean up the mess after your shift. I enjoyed working there for summer help.
Factory Line Worker (Former Employee) – Dunkirk, IN – January 4, 2015
Work days didn't really seem that long. There were slow days but most had a good past and kept you busy. Management was spot on with getting things done. Coworkers were colourful and made the job that much easier to work.
IS upkeep (Former Employee) – Sapulpa, OK – September 19, 2012
fix any and all defacts made by is machine work with lehr person on defacts found and fixed.Hal to fix defacts.management ok to work with co-workers will help any way they can fixing break downs when machine is running good
Process Handler 2 (Former Employee) – Milford, MA – December 28, 2013
It entailed 7 day work weeks and constantly rotating schedules. Seven days on one off, Seven days on and two days off and seven days on and 4 days off. Each 7 day shift rotated forward 8 hours, so it was difficult to sleep consistently. It was good money and benefits.