Just not the best work environment but offers you a chance to get back on your feet if your searching for a job
Floater (Current Employee) – Winston-Salem, NC – September 1, 2017
production work so you don't know for sure what time your getting off so hours vary hopefully your lucky enough to be on a line that works late. Hot work environment so if your not use to the heat then maybe this wouldn't be the job for you.
Good part time job
Dont get many hours so you dont make but so much money
Customer Service Representative and Accounting/AP (Current Employee) – Welcome, NC – September 14, 2016
This is a fast pace job that requires accuracy, job knowledge, finding solutions to problems and the need to be detailed oriented. I love my supervisor, team members and customers. I would like a job that I can grow with and room to advancement.
I love helping my customers and being with my work family.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Union Gap, WA – February 27, 2016
very stressful work place, you had to figure out everything on your own. management did not want to help as co workers would go out of there way to assist. I hated being made to feel like I was worthless.
Data Entry/Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – December 7, 2014
I loved working for this company; even though my main job duties was order entry, I was the best at what I did. I would get done with my task so quickly that I was in charge of helping 4 other data entry personal to finish their work. When I was done with all data entry I would take it upon myself to walk around and help others with their daily task. Whatever was asked of me, I was capable of learning quickly and getting it done immediately. As long as I was working, I was happy. I got my job done accurately and quickly enough that I was capable of learning new task.
I worked there once and let my own personal problems mess it up. I wish I had another chance to work there, because other than me it was a great job with good people. I've changed since 2006 for the better.
Production (Former Employee) – Welcome, SC – September 3, 2013
A typical day was staying productive. I learned a lot about processing window frames. Management seemed to be fair in the supervision of the employees. Co-Workers worked together to reach production standards. The hardest part of the job was extreeme heat in summer months and cold conditions in the winter months. Most enjoyable thing about the job is staying busy.
Glass Department (Former Employee) – Welcome, NC – June 4, 2013
A typical day would consists of alot of standing, bending and measuring windows going throughout oven. The hardest part of the job would be taking the heat & the most enjoyable would be the enjoyment while working with others