Brief Contractor experience
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Newington, NH – March 25, 2018
I ended up being thrown into a position in a warehouse as an assembly line worker. It was super fast paced work and I was never even trained by the people on site and expected to keep up through a grueling 12 hour shift. It wasn't even a remotely good fit for me, yet they pushed me into it by insinuating that this was my only option. I left the position and then they wouldn't communicate with me, which I guess is understandable, but why wouldn't they have held my credentials on file till they had a more suitable role for me? Now I have seen that they have posted positions online that resemble my background. I wouldn't waste my time again with them. I guess all things happen for a reason though since I have just accepted a new positon in Portsmouth that pays twice as much. The moral of my story is, you can do better than these people and their client who manufactures firearms. They both could care less about you as a human being and it is evident since most of the people are unhappy.
They always wants people - high turnover - availability is always there
Long hours, fast paced work for not enough compensation, recruiters don't communicate effectively.