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A company of "slave-drivers" that take full advantage of the 16 week probation period.
Manufacturing Associate (Former Employee) –  Fargo, North DakotaOctober 14, 2013
I should have read the writing on the wall on the first day I met my supervisor. He said that they had just gotten over a period where new employees had been "harrassed" by other employees at the plant. From the very first day that I worked on the assembly line, I was told that I was "too slow." You are taught a lot of things in a very short time, and are expected to be 100% capable within five or six weeks They constantly threatened to get rid of me on a daily basis. You are supposed to complete a tractor in 30 to 40 minutes (which is about five or six pages of tasks). My trainer used to "shove" or "bump" me out of the way when I was going to slow, and he would constantly swear at me, and let me know how incompetent I was. My replacement on day shift was always complaining every day when I came in, until he finally got the hint that I didn't want to hear his mouth. You are constantly busy from the moment you start work. There is no time for standing around. You are paid to move fast and build tractors in a short period of time. Most of the new people were pretty cool, because they were pretty much in the same boat as me. Some of the veterans and people over their probation are not friendly and treat you like you are stupid, and not welcome at the place. I didn't notice any "brain activity" until I met the Night Business Manager, who seemed O.K. The supervisors were a joke, and tried to "lead by intimidation" like the other reviews pointed out. My supervisor was two-faced, misleading, and a liar. I don't know what the hardest part of my job was; the physically  more... demanding number of units I had to put out, or the constant degrading I had to endure from my trainer. If you want to sell out your dignity, and be treated like livestock for decent pay, this is the perfect place to work. If you have half a brain, and a spine, you should RUN, not walk away from a place like this just like the other reviews state. Also, there is no having "fun" at the place. Management insists on a serious work environment ran like a communist regime.  less
Pros
Decent pay, half-way decent benefits. Cafeteria.
Cons
A two-faced supervisor, intimidating and degrading trainer, always being rushed. back-stabbing or rude employees.
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WELDER (Former Employee) –  Burlington, IAJune 18, 2018
By far the worst place I have ever worked. the management is so bad there that they don't even know what is going on half of the time ..... its pretty sad
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Direct Care Staff (Nursing Assistant) (Current Employee) –  Jackson, MIJune 13, 2018
Not worth it. You get hours yeah but the management changes your times. Coworkers gossip causes drama.
Consumers get violent and when you get injured the office just states that that’s what you signed up for and to deal with it.
Consumers often don’t have proper fitting cloths either Justin at the seams or shirts that are too short.
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Management doesn’t care
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