Warehouse Associate/Iside Sales (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – April 21, 2017
Learned how to fill orders and drive a forklift and learn all about the industry and how the products are used in the field and how their made.I also had a following of customers that made me happy when they would request me to pull their orders.It was a good feeling.
Primary Programmer/Analyst, Manager of IT (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – July 1, 2015
Fun ping pong table with Interesting Company. Very fine ping pong table indeed. IT was alot of work to play ping pong and get out of this section of the required review. I appreciate all that was learned.
Probably One of the Best Union Jobs Out There at the Time...
Laid Off ~ Job Attached (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – July 15, 2013
I worked here in conjunction with my enrollment in the apprenticeship school for the trade (sheet metal). I made it to the 2 year status before I was laid off. The economy was lousy and we had been redused to half of our hours for about 4 months' There were some good managers and definitely some very bad ones. My coworkers seemed to be challenged in their work ethics. You always had to watch your back, especially if you didn't approve of the union angle present. that culture was self defeating.
The most enjoyable part of the job was quitting time, but in the daily activities, it came from fabricating complex air ducts!
Cut pay regardles of you union ranking, can plan on always having your dues withheld out of your paycheck.
Warehouse Lead (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – March 12, 2013
A typical day at work was fat pace always on the go, always on my feet. I learned how to drive forklifts and operate crane lifts.I was managing the delivery trucks and ordering equipment we needed and talking to customers. Some were good, some were lazy, and some were very good workers. Nothing was hard.The most enjoyable part was learning something new each day.
As a middle manager, which is a salaried position, I was expected to work long days. As management, I was sometimes required to do things that went against my ethics, especially in regards to supervising employees. When I started with the company they owners afforded the middle managers a fair amount of automony, which was withdrawn as time went by.