Stuffer, Material Handler (Former Employee) – Sanford, NC – May 13, 2018
This job is really laid back, relaxed and a stress free environment. The work can be tiresome and competitive at times. the hardest part about the job is stuffing some cushions when you have different orders throughout the day.
Stuffer (Former Employee) – Victorville, CA – April 8, 2018
If you're not related to any of the people there you're looked at as the outsider on top of not speaking Spanish all the time they really hate that I would never work there again nor do I recommend it to anyone.
Payroll Administrator (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – July 2, 2016
I loved working for Arden Companies. The management staff was great!! I learned alot at Arden Companies, this was my first payroll job. There was alot involved including piecework,running w-2's, maintaining employees confidential files and problem solving.
Quality Control Inspector/Machine Repair (Current Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – January 22, 2016
A normal work day is 10 hours but that means a three day weekend most of the time. It is a never boring job that is always a challenge. It is a seasonal job that normally means summer lay-off. The employees are hard working and dedicated. The hardest part of the job is the multi tasking to ensure that everything gets done in the time needed. The most enjoyable is the family like feel of a small company while it is still a large company that is global.
Software Engineer (Former Employee) – Bingham Farms, MI – May 4, 2015
Arden Companies was my first job after having graduated from Kettering University, and overall, it was great. A typical day of work consisted of checking my email for any new PLM related support tickets; if tickets existed, then I would need to evaluate their level of importance and address any time-sensitive or high importance support tickets. If there were no tickets, then I would work on any long term projects. I learned about good practices for maintaining and administering an Application hosted on virtual windows servers, as well as continuing to exercise problem solving and communication skills. My manager was always willing to take the time to address any questions I had regarding PLM, and were over all very reliable. The co-workers are pleasant, and generally easy to talk to. While the environment can be a bit demanding, it is rewarding to complete tasks, and to be a functional member of a small, but effective company.
Shipping/Receiving & Fiber Line (Former Employee) – Sanford, NC – March 27, 2014
Was hard at first to communicate with my team members, as they were mostly Hispanic. Easy to get used to the work, they do have multiple factories around the same area; so there is a lot of moving from one to the other. the hours fluctuate but start from 7am and last typically till 330pm or after 7pm, depends on the area you work and the number of orders needing to be filled. Overall i would love working here again.