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5am till 3pm when spring hit 5am till 5pm 5 days and Saturday 5am till 1pm

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I sent resume to the cat website
And also applied on indeed.com

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It was okay according to caterpiller standard

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The management cares about their workers. The foundry isn't for everyone.I have done jobs that others would walk away from. Once you hire into a company, you agree to work at their specs for a certain dollar amount. There are those that think they are too "special" to keep that agreement. All of my supervisors were wonderful to work for. There you go. I worked. I gained a lot of knowledge and deep respect for the foundry and the people that work in it. The process is fascinating. They are like family. Mary M.

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Better advancement within the company and also better pay.. I assemble million dollar power modules and I make $11.00 an hour. Not fair for the little people.

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3 to 11 and i was at the Montgomery plant not the North Carolina plant

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Be fair to everyone it seems there is alot of favortisim and teach employees how to treat new employees people text on there phones and no one says anything

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Pay was monthly.

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I work where a lot of the engineers work. I wear jeans, shirt, jacket, shoes, boots, hat maybe, headphones for my music. CAT is very laid back with their dress code. NO leggings or something revealing. Jeans and a shirt is what most folks where.

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