Shift/Maintenance Electrician (Current Employee) – Corning, NY – January 13, 2017
World kitchen is a great starting company if you are looking into the industrial field. Since I began working at World Kitchen I have been troubleshooting machines, maintaining a 50’ by 30’ by 30’ tank of molten glass that is electrically melting with 2400VDC, troubleshoot from 12470V down to 24VDC and I am required to adhere to the corporate arc flash rules and safety requirements. Along with various other task required for the job troubleshooting anything electrical. I am currently on swing shifts due to a 24/7/365 facility.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Greencastle, PA – November 3, 2013
A typical day is getting to work logging into system and begin taking calls. No talking is allowed during work hours with co-workers; Manager does micromanage employees; co-workers are very helpful and enjoyed working with them; the hardest part of the job was being micromanaged and needing permission to take a bathroom break; was off for 5 days with phenomena and was disciplined for taking time off.
Free product was given very generously
No conversation permitted between employees during work hours
Accounts Payable Intern (Former Employee) – Rosemont, IL – August 22, 2013
I was brought on to be an intern, but throughout the internship I felt like I was there more as a temp to fill in where needed and do a few odd jobs. The company is great and the people are friendly though and I highly enjoyed my experience there and the ability to gain office experience.
Order Filler/Quality (Current Employee) – Monee, IL – February 16, 2013
A typical day for me at work is busy having to process customer returns, updating the spreadsheet, dimension of products, transferring products to different locations is sometimes alot to handle, but I always deal with it the best way that I can. In my years at World Kitchen I learned how to drive a forklift and also I learned how to use the SAP system. The hardest part of the job for me at first was unloading the containers which is a very physcially demanding job. The most enjoyable part of the job were the hours and the people I got to work with there
Attend morning meeting. Participate in streching exersises. Receive work assingment. Fill out DEC sheet for stand up reach forklift, proceed to complete orders as assigned. I learned how to proficently putaway and pull pallets in a double-deep rack using the crown reach truck (valuable skill). Everyone got along with each other working as a team to get the job done and make for a pleasent work enviornment. I enjoy driving the reach and stand up forklifts makes for a fast day everyday.