Fast paced, quick learning, but very beneficial place to work
Machine Operater (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – August 13, 2015
My all time favorite job. You'll be working 12 hour shifts on a 2/2/3 schedule. Plenty of overtime if you WANT it, and has loads of benefits. From double time on sundays, triple on holidays, great insurance, bonuses, profit sharing, and even a bonus on your check for car pooling. The job is stressful since the machines are so fast and you're pressured to learn very quickly, but if you learn fast enough you'll never want to leave. Highly recommended for those who live close to Van Buren, IN. Great place to learn maintenance and manufacturing experience.
manager/CSR (Current Employee) – New Holland, PA – June 16, 2015
Same as the previous not sure why it is multiplied.
As stated previously there is just a great respect among co workers and the ease of flow and the clients makes it an easy environment to enjoy working in. The flexibility is also great as i am a mother and sometimes i do need to make appointments for them on work hours.
Organizational and Therapeutic Tutor (Current Employee) – Wayland, MA – February 6, 2015
A typical day would be meeting with students and adults to help increase their productivity and learn about themselves as a learner. Meeting monthly with a team of psychologists, coaches, and tutors to learn more about clients.
Lead in Deubrr Department (Current Employee) – Wichita, KS – November 23, 2014
Knowing that I have red folders to get to customers on time is a challenge all alone. Good shift leader, fun environment to work in. Some projects could take 4.5 hours per part but I love the challenge.
operated 5 looms had to keep 50 spools of thread refilled on each loom and inspect quality of labels -- It was very fast paced but this made time go much faster . Co-workers worked as a team and helped each other
Interpreter (Former Employee) – Point Lookout, MO – March 11, 2013
I worked as a weaver at Edward's Mill and Weaving Studio while attending College of the Ozarks, one of the few colleges where your earned your tuition by working on campus. The tuition was applied directly to the students' bill. The products the studio produced were sold to the public. Sometimes, tourist would watch us work. My favorite loom was the counterbalance loom - so large and tall that I had to climb inside to rewarp the barrel, but it still moved when I wove. The rugs I made sold quickly, so my boss kept me behind this loom most of the time. I love that I learned how to weave at this job - a skill that very few people today have. There are still a few places where this can be applied, like Resaissance festivals.
Notary/ Insurance Agent (Current Employee) – New Holland, PA – June 18, 2012
I took this job in March of 2012. After working there for a few months, I am not comfortable with the current working conditions. I am an insurance agent and notary. The owner of the agency is hardly ever in the office or reachable. It's very difficult to locate files and insured's applications. The filing system is almost non-existent, making file audits an embarrassment. Other things concern me as far as taxes and our salary arrangements. I'm not normally one to complain about anything, but I'm worried about some of the unethical practices that go on here. I work with one other girl who is great. She communicates effectively and is relaible. I enjoy getting to know all of my clients as I see their families grow and mature over the years.
work day is 8-5
poor & unreliable salary, no over-time or benefits, few lunch breaks