Material Handler/Forklift Operator/trainer (Current Employee) – McConnellsburg, PA – April 5, 2018
Management does not listen to any of their workers period. You're not allowed to talk about pay scale, and this is because the people you train and are brought in long after you will get paid more regardless of how much knowledge you have and how much more you do. You can be a great worker and not get hired for years but they will hire around you. Management as a whole is unprofessional and they curse at their workers. Raises are horrendous if you even get one. You will not be recognized for your hard work and dedication. The new system is failing and it isn't a secure job because it depends largely on the flux and flow of their customers. The ONLY upside of this company is the insurance. Other than that, I would not recommend this as a place of work to anyone.
Engineering Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Madison Heights, MI – June 6, 2017
I enjoyed working at the Madison Heights Engineering Center. The director and engineers were always quick to provide assistant when needed. I learn to read and understand fluently, drawings, specifications, materials, and the proper material structure to conduct my daily job duty. My job duties were filing, email, shipping out lab equipment for calibration, maintaining calibration log, maintaining supply inventory, shipping samples, and assisted with projects. The Engineering Center is a very enjoyable place to work.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Livonia, MI – April 5, 2016
I loved working for this company. The clientele was fantastic! At the time they had management that encouraged the advancement of their family members- not based on the internal or external performance of an employee.
I worked with Automotive accounts, job secutiy was always shaky.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Livonia, MI – January 20, 2015
My day always started with a phone call to my inside sales person, we discussed my schedule for the day and any issues with customers. I learned to work with engineering departments. Management was non-existent. If I had an issue with a customer, I dealt with it on my own, management was not available for assistance. I relied on my inside co-workers and they did not disappoint. The hardest part was always having to inform a customer their account was on credit hold. The most enjoyable was receiving a purchase order.
I was given a wide latitide in regards to expenses.
forklifting and shipping (Former Employee) – charlotte – October 17, 2013
getting work done on time. learning how the work the forklift. co- workers was fun to was with. the hardest part of the job is getting a forklift because they do have many or enough for the workers. the most enjoyable part about work is getting to job done.