Warehouse Clerk/Shipping & Receiving/Forklift (Former Employee) – Maryland Heights, MO – November 12, 2018
When it’s a busy season it’s very fast pace.I provided the daily shipping schedule with the Bol’s and filled out load sheets for [fifo] with the location to pull from. Otr drivers have a sign in sheet and I directed them in the correct dock to be loaded. Made sure all safety advise use attched before forklift went into trailers. I learned how to do a accurate inventory every month for raw materials and finish goods. I seen a lot of management come and go. I got along with all workers and bosses.The hardest part of my job was sorting labels that arrived on mix skids. I really enjoyed working with the customer.
Office Admin (HR Assistant) (Current Employee) – Bowling Green, KY – October 25, 2018
I have worked for this company going on 2 years now and been in HR for almost 1 year. This is honestly one of the best places that I have ever worked. I would definitely recommend anyone to work here. The management team is amazing and definitely puts the employees first. Hourly employees are free to voice their concerns or opinions and are listened to. As well as making suggestions on how to make certain processes run smoother, faster, or better. Everyone is treated with the highest respect. It is a professional work environment in all departments. Very clean and bright place to work.
Process Mold Technician l and ll (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA – October 23, 2018
They run bad product and blame the operators. Front office is garbage no one know what the f is going on. They lie about people being injured and fire who they want unless you're buddy buddy with the top dogs dont even try working here. Place is corrupt af
Everyone blazes in even people in managment
Schedule they dont give a fk about you or your family. Management corrupt.
Bad Management, Too cheap to buy parts, Back stabbing
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Hazleton, PA – October 17, 2018
Horrible management with a tendency to engage in nepotism/favoritism. They are cheap to a fault. Meet your #'s early? You will not be getting 40 hours that week. This happens frequently so be sure to budget your life around a 30 hour week. The investors are everything, the employees mean nothing. You can tell that to be true by looking at the machines and spare parts room. Most of the machines are quite old and a good chunk of the time you will be trying to reinvent the wheel to repair them. That is because either the machine is obsolete and OE style parts are not available. Even if they are, they are too cheap to stock a lot of them. Pay is fair, benefits are horrible. Their are a lot of nice people there, however. You just need to know the few back stabbers and butt kissers.
Decent pay, 2/3 of the people are good people.
Horrible management, benefits, 1/3 of the people are all related/raised together and are out for themselves and their own.
Mold Technician (Current Employee) – Harrisonburg, VA – September 28, 2018
This is a good place to start your career and training. Have advanced to do most all production jobs at this plant and now would like try something different.Would also like to go further in my career.
Have good benefits.
Can't always count on getting all my weekly hours.
Operator I / Lead Auditor (Current Employee) – Altavista, VA – September 21, 2018
The management structure is a dictatorship with no ability to freely give truthful information. Although the company says open door policy, it is more like a go through the door at your own risk policy. The operations is managed to fail. Expectations on employees are unrealistic and blame is placed on employees regardless of what the real issue is. The communication is non existent or it is what management wants to hear. Also, management communicates to corporate unreliable information and then covers up issues when corporate shows up to facility.
Quality Assurance Supervisor / Safety Coordinator (Former Employee) – Richmond, CA – September 15, 2018
Good place to work, as long as they don't shut your plant down too. Spent ten years with Graham, promoted up from a material handler/palletizer operator to blow molder operator to production supervisor to quality control supervisor/safety coordinator. Plenty of opportunity to climb the ranks if you show desire!
Inspection production (Former Employee) – Cartersville, GA – September 8, 2018
There was no hope to go from temp to full time.Temps were there over a yesr an still a never offrerd full time no hope for every working for graham packing rather than just the temp service when there was a lack of work they was supposed to go in order from last hired but in my case the last person hired mother worked there as well so they sent me home because thet didnt want his mother to leave if they sent him home
Quality Control Auditor (Former Employee) – York, PA – August 17, 2018
Time off/work was nicely balanced. Compensation was good. The Quality department was excellent. the work was fast paced and never boring. The 12 hr shifts were good along with the 14 day schedule rotation.
Good team to work with
Processsors that were there when I was were not the best.
Operator 1 (Former Employee) – Florence, KY – August 15, 2018
The job was great and I learned a lot from it, however it operated on a 10 point attendance system and points do not roll off for a year. I had a family emergency and 9 points so i got fired even though id been working 60-72 hour weeks for eight months