i would work 8 plus hours in the freezer to where my eyelashes had frost on them. i learned that i dont like the cold much. management didnt really know wha they were doing seeing that this kind of operation was new to them. so we were all learning together the ins and outs of the program.
This was a fun place to work. I was always on my feet and back and forth keeping equipment running and maintained. It was very demanding because of the need to maintain a constant output of product. If something went down then that would hurt the numbers of product being shipped out or received.
Electro Mechanical Technician (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – March 3, 2015
Company is soon to be under new management, and is making cuts. Poor management, pays 20% lower than national average, with plans to pay less in the future. Cutting benefits. Hiring under-qualified people just so they can pay less. Long hours but you get a long weekend. Do not expect any sort of promotion, only position available is team lead which can take up to 6 years. Expect a 6 cent raise annually.
Electro-Mechanical Technician (Current Employee) – West Jefferson, Ohio – May 18, 2013
Great people to work with and they really care about your success and your family. They believe in hiring the best people possible and they treat you like you are the best. You are not an employee. You are a colleague.
pay, benefits, family friendly
Lot of travel but they are willing to work around your family needs