Fast paced environment, hectic, attention to detail needed, enjoyable work cullture
Material Analyst (Current Employee) – Fenton, MO – June 21, 2016
Management leaves something to be desired with the way they staff and handle or don't handle certain issues. Co workers are friendly and nice and the compensation and benefits does keep employees willing to come back to work
multiple shifts to work, open most of the week, job culture
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Wentzville, MO – February 17, 2016
I enjoyed working there management was great and co-workers where great to work with and very helpful. The hardest part of the job is that it was very fast paced, we would manufacture about 40 headliners per hour.
Senior Network Support Administrator (Current Employee) – Kansas City, MO – December 16, 2015
Analysis requirements for file servers, developed plans for network topology conversion WMS project and built and managed implementation of Windows 2008/2012 R2 Enterprise/Standard Operating Systems planning, hardware/software installations and upgrades and technical support to WAN WMS Data Center locations. Supporting multi-user networks as well as leading high-performance technology and telecommunications solutions. VMware virtualization, SAN storage design, engineering design and network infrastructure
Systems Administrator (Former Employee) – Charlotte – March 24, 2015
Management consistently criticizes every person beneath them, EVERY subordinate is a scapegoat. The entire management team lacks logistics skill and confidence, ranging from a used car salesman, a chick-fil-a manager and to a football coach. They work their employees into the ground and threaten to write them up or fire them if they need time off. Their one and ONLY customer thrives on the management team's panic stricken reactions, knowing they will break their own neck to regain acceptance. The only reason auxiliary employees remain is wages, nothing else.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Fenton, MO – January 12, 2016
You stay busy. Could be managed more efficiently. The company would benefit from hiring higher caliber employees. Good workers have to pick up the slack for the lazy dirt bag employees who never try to proficiently learn their job and aren't punished accordingly.
Production Manager (Former Employee) – Wentzville, MO – September 15, 2014
This is a very large and successful company. I learned a tremendous amount during my short time here. Ultimately, I would have continued to work here for some time but personal matters forced me to seek employment elsewhere
salary, opportunity, experience
drive distance, time away from home, lots of hours
FORKLIFT OPERATOR/MATERIAL HANDLER (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – October 9, 2013
I loved this job, I kept the line stocked with parts for sequencing and separated trays that parts came in or on. The workers were great and overtime was at your request. This was an easy job since I drove a lift and the work was consistent.