Assembly (Former Employee) – Lafayette, IN – August 26, 2018
The other CTI employees were one of the greatest people I could have ever worked with management was also very good at the factories that we worked at the actual offices no way they treated you like you were just sheep they processed they moved you on there was no in between they didn't care he collected your paycheck and no matter if it was short or not then you were just shorted
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 14, 2018
Nice enviorment to work in. The people on your team are loving while working here you will experience the wilds of the maintenance trade. True you have to love to be able to solve problems and be nice to people. Also you have to love doing this type of work it has to be second nature in this feild. Maintenance
Last Job-Customer Service (Former Employee) – Lake Zurich, IL – January 9, 2018
Too many changes in the past 5 years which has resulted in No Management for Supervisory Positions. Supervisory personnel are not qualified for their jobs. There is no-one looking out for the employees. Nepotism with the Owners.
Good place to work if you don't mind sitting for a day or two in the truck for free waiting to get re-loaded, but re-loads can take up to 48 hrs.
OTR Driver (Current Employee) – Springfield, MO – November 26, 2017
Lots of downtime out on the road away from home, claim not to be forced dispatch however they will more or less force you to run when they are short handed on drivers which seems to be most of the time.
Pay is good If you don't factor in the days spent doing nothing waiting on loads.
Waiting on loads, Slip seat so you never have the same truck from one run to the next, don't always keep their promises, will say whatever they need to to keep you happy even if there is no truth to it.
Parts welder (Current Employee) – Helenwood, TN – October 25, 2017
Alot of bad to a little good keep telling you all the good thing that you are intitled to but never see it they say you get a 500 hour evaluation but alit of people well over the hours have not seen it
Associate (Former Employee) – Lafayette, IN – June 26, 2017
everything was fine, I enjoyed my work. then I left to join the army and got medically discharged and cti found a loophole, because I left for my flight out at 6:41. a minute after break, they wouldn't let me return to sia.
Driver/Operator (Former Employee) – Kingman, AZ – May 22, 2017
good place to work as long as your not picky and you are on time only bad is no paid vacation like they say your supposed to get you have to keep 8000 miles if you fall under 8000 miles a month for 2 months in a row you get dropped down to temp driver and lose your vacation pay and have to start the year over
CTI is a fun fast pace work place,very serious about safety
Packaging (Former Employee) – Blue Mound, TX – April 19, 2017
CTI is a good job,very enjoyable I've work two sides because there's a wet end and dry end.I worked the wet end at first, it consisted of watching the steamer making sure they're running correct checking the temperature every hour.Also changing the ricers every two hour keeping up with the machine speed,taking this information logging it into the red zone on the lab top.When I was in packaging It was about watching the machine making sure everything was running smooth.Keep boxes in the box machine and being able to listen for the sound to know when one of the machines have stoped
On certain occasions free lunch
Two short breaks one regular thirty min different healthcare and dental plan