Planner Manager (Former Employee) – Arkansas – July 5, 2018
They will always have constant work, year round, round the clock. The work is hard and pay is just enough to keep you alive. But they will always keep you busy and they are always looking for hard workers.
Driver (Current Employee) – Hattiesburg, MS – August 8, 2019
You are not payed your worth you wont get a raise..ull be told you get evaluated twice a year but it wont happen.. people that havent been there very long will get promoted ahead of you.. if you train someone.. they will be your boss in a few months
Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Winnfield, LA – May 1, 2019
I still work here even though I’m the lowest paid with the most responsibilities if I had another place to work that was worth moving to I’d take it at this point nine months of working alongside drug users , who use on the job, and being the scapegoat for anything that goes wrong isn’t worth eight dollars an hour driving a forklift.
Slow paced, small company, decent management.
Very low pay, run down equipment, and constant open drug use.