the pions are great to work with, but management for the most part sucks big time
Pros: the pions treat you with respect.
Cons: most everything
A bad place to work and it certainly has room for improvement. My first supervisor was great to work with, but not the second one, she was totally unprofessional and expects respect from her workers, but doesn't show respect to them, and the head honcho doesn't do a thing about her total lack of professionalism. I have never worked anywhere that tolerates this kind of behavior from their supervisors, nor a place that tolerates the foul language. The best part of the job were the pions and my first supervisor, they treated people with respect. If you get injured, watch out, you will surely be treated badly. The likelyhood of injuries is very high, they still do no rotate, which is ergonomically unsafe on the body. The place is very filthy. I would rather work for lower pay and be respected than to work here. The benefits are not as good as other companies, I have done a lot of research and know that for a fact. Something I also considered a reason for leaving. The company throws people into just any job, rather than place them in jobs that they have extensive experience. They can't figure it out yet that if they placed people according to their experiences, they would have less units with issues and the company would profit and meet deadlines. There would also be a lot less workman's comp injuries. The employees would also be much happier. If you are unfortunate and get stuck working here, you are just a number!! It's a shame that the company has went down so much, since the real owners are no longer alive. I grade my first supervisor with an AAAAA+, but my second supervisor with a Z. If you are looking for a job, this company is so desperate, they will take you. They have treated people so badly, they cannot keep them employed.