Ensamblaje de verjas de aluminio (Former Employee) – Absecon, NJ – November 26, 2018
Es un buen lugar para trabajar en equipo, la mayoria de los empleados son hispanos y se convierten en familia.. Los supervisores son muy buenos y responsables. En tiempo de calor es muy caliente y en tiempo de frio es muy dificil ya que no hay calefaccion...
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Flint, MI – November 1, 2018
I liked working at barrette only because it is diverse, close to home, and being cross trained. Sadly after about half of the year in I found the workplace to be filled with drama and most ( not all) coworkers try to take advantage of the people who actually do work. overall it is a good place to start making money and build skills but I wouldn't recommend staying long. The work is easy but the people are stressful.
They are sometimes compassionate. Free popcorn Fridays. Cross training
After being compassionate, they use it against you. Great workers are taken for granted
It is in my experience at Barrette Outdoor Living , for the employees that work the hardest and put everything they have into their current day to day job, are rewarded the least. The slackers and least motivated employees are advanced quicker financially and title wise. The harder you work , the harder you have to work to make up for the individuals who stay involved in Quid Pro Quo to get ahead.
Being a working mother, it was great to be able to use vacation and paid time off in 2 hour increments, for dental and doctor appointments, etc. This allowed a person the time they needed to fulfill duties as a parent and keep a good attendance record at work. Also, Barrette offered many healthcare benefits, and classes to help with over health and safety of the individual as well as the whole. Continuous Improvement Techs responded to the needs of the workers in a timely manner, making safety a number 1 priority within the company.
Machince Operator/Assembler Cleaned (Former Employee) – Flint, MI – July 16, 2018
A typical day on the job was very easy and laid back I’ve learned to operate machine’s and keep up with my teams production with no mistakes or miscount Management was great The hardest part of the job was that flipping the lattice by me being so short The best part of the job was your own radio and fan at your station and free popsicles, free water and Gatorade
After working in this factory for 10 months I have seen the production team come and go multiple times. I am the only one left from my hire group. Employee safety on the factory floor seems to be of little concern, there is little reward system except being given a T-shirt if you get good numbers for the day. Moral is horrible, but the job itself is not hard how ever it is physical.