Decision Coordinator (Former Employee) – Waterloo, IA – August 17, 2017
Volt only offered temporary jobs but by working for them it opened the door for me to work in a company they placed me in. The culture and management were all reflected in the company I was working in not Volt.
Tier II Senior Advisor (Former Employee) – Las Cruces, NM – August 14, 2017
typical day would be to handle high-volume of inbound and outbound customer calls, troubleshooting software and hardware issues for Apple IOS Devices (IPhones), Promoted to Tier II Senior Advisor with same duties
Great place to work, poor communication some times. No job security.
Game Testing Associate (Former Employee) – Redmond, WA – August 10, 2017
Atmosphere is relaxed and there really wasn't a dress code. However, and this is a big however, obtaining and keeping work varies greatly. It is a temp agency and projects can pop up or drop any given day. All in all, pay was frequent hours were decent and if you weren't able to work there was little to no punishment for bailing on a project because of family stuff. Just let them know in advance and they'll take you off the schedule.
Frequent free lunches for employee appreciation days.
Infrequent projects, with little opportunity for advancement.
A typical day at work could seem stressful because there is no structure within the office. Everyone seems to come and go as they please. There is really no training at all. They expect you to just pick things up and hit the ground rolling without any assistance. Very cut-throat environment.
Operator (Former Employee) – Minnetonka, MN – August 6, 2017
Build catheters and follow procedures. physical count of good and scrap parts and I learned how to build different catheters. Management are not good at communicating and the work culture is kind of diverse. The hardest part about the job was trying to make numbers when my whole team is not there and I have to do multiple procedures. I really did enjoy learning new things about different catheters but i don't enjoy working for a company that takes advantage of me.
Production (Former Employee) – North Mankato, MN – August 3, 2017
A fun and enjoyable work place( the jobs that Volt finds)The places that Volt finds for me are very enjoyable. I worked at Cards Fulfillment Services through Volt, I would put letters and gift cards in envelopes address to customers.
Having work every day
Short breaks, and on the twenty-third of December getting laid-off.
I worked for Volt Solutions for a short period of time and the work was easy most of the time but the hours were very long 10-12 hours per day and the pay was below average for what was expected of you. This would be a great company for a college kid that needed flexible hours.