Stressful dusty no English
Forklift Operator/Production (Former Employee) – St. George, UT – May 17, 2018
Very stressful especially if you don't speak Spanish. The 4man is spine less idiot that kept trying to messing up our schedule for what molds we had to make, even though his boss would come up to me and say don't listen to him, hims a reTodd. So a lot of bs trying to deal with the two of them. The main boss lashes out at employees that wasn't their fault all the time. None of the bosses would have time for my job problems.
Everyone would walk behind, in front of or jumping over forklift forks and when addressed to the Foreman he would say "it's okay guy" Even the main boss played around and didn't watch what he was doing, then tells me that I need to be more cautious..
Next to no training on how things are supposed to go or getting answers to your questions is an ordeal that often went unanswered until you got yelled at for doing it wrong.
Feeding molds to the line is difficult, they are stack on the other side of the building in a mixed up mess, on pallets that are too small and often broken. It's very difficult to tell what molds are what because they aren't labeled and mostly the same size.
They expect you to be at 3 places at once to keep everything running while working with unmaintained equipment.
They say you will get a raise at 30 days but then tell you have to have worked here for 3months and then drag their feet. The list goes on for the negatives.
They pay for holidays and have free authentic Mexican lunch at least once a month, with drawing for tools and electronic stuff. Tons of overtime
Good luck if you apply here.
Free lunch sometimes, overtime and paided holidays
No home life. No English