I found my self in a hard place in my life. The experience as a assembler has be a great challenge.
LSG Sky Chef (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – October 9, 2018
Working as a project assembler was a great experience on many levels we was able to use are hands and put small pieces together. The projects assignments given was put together and the third person does the finishing touches before aprovel. Great learning experience short term was a goal for me to give it a try.
Break time was great meeting people was also a experience.
productive fun place with ping pong table and friendly co-workers
team member creating various types (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – March 12, 2016
A fun place to start with a job and friendly co-workers and very nice pay rate. Two meeting, one before start working and second after lunch. three breaks, two 15 minutes break and a 30 minutes lunch break. everything else is great but some supervisor is not good and friendly at all.
atlantic precision production (Former Employee) – Shelby Township, MI – January 30, 2016
- long very hardful day at work, learn how to keep up with others keeping steady past, not over doing yourself. management was okay, company seemed good. co-workers some where nice and kind, then some where rude, mean, hateful. the most was heading home after the shift was over.
Associate Media Director (Current Employee) – Southfield, MI – October 23, 2015
Growing agency culture with a vibrant group of smart and strategic thought leaders in the industry. Plenty of industry tools and resources to utilize to create sound, strategic media and marketing plans. Team collaboration and cross-team pollenating is accepted.
Generous salary compensation, good people, excellent vacation and health benefits.
Employee (Former Employee) – Newnan, GA – February 24, 2015
Workers are good people and management Can be "ok." Job tends to work 6 days even when promised a weekend off it rarely happens. There is no place to move up to just another job to do that may pay a little more if you ever get the raise.