Setup Mechanic (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – July 19, 2018
Between 11 managers that are supervising on one shift, none of them are ever on the same page. Every shift is extremely stressful due to this. Management does not answer any questions, they only ask questions back forcing employees to make decisions they should be responsible for. The hours are extremely long in 100+ degree warehouses while all team leads and managers sit in their rooms refusing to help on the floor. This company could improve by revamping their leaders by hiring leaders that care about the work and the employees.
Packer (Current Employee) – McDonough, GA – June 27, 2018
I am currently working a rotating schedule. I Would prefer to work 10 hour days , and 4 day week period.The job enviroment is hot due to no air conditioning provided. The work place and management are very friendly and meet the needs of their employees.
Utility Worker (Former Employee) – McDonough, GA – May 19, 2018
not much chance for advancement, poor management, sometimes expected to do jobs that you were not qualified to do, or had no safety training in, went through four plant managers in four years with company
Packer (Former Employee) – Shelton, CT – April 2, 2018
Don't work for Inline!! They mistreat there workers and pay is below minimal for what you have to do. Discriminate against employees. Poor management and very high turnover rate. You wouldn't buy anything in there containers if you saw how they handle and package their product. Always see insects in there facility's. A very bad place to work and no respect for there employees.
If you are some one who doesn't mind being in a system where you rotate every 4 hours doing the same thing over and over again this place is for you. I don't think the pay is quite up to standard but there is always room for growth in the company because the turn over is so high. It would just require for you to have good work ethic and a can do attititude. The schedule is amazing how ever you work a 3 day on one week and then 4 day on the following week. The shifts are 12 hours each.
Secure job position, excellent overtime, bonus incentives, family orientated
CNC machinist in the mold dept (Current Employee) – Shelton, CT – February 11, 2018
I'm a fairly new employee in the mold/machining dept, and so far so good. Everyone is great when it comes to answering my questions and getting me up to speed with learning the job specifics. There is overtime all the time! It's up to you how much of it you want to work. Great incentives for bonuses, such as employee referrals and good attendance bonuses. Medical, dental, vision, great 401k program. The company is growing and not going anywhere any time soon. 90% of the jobs are filled internally, meaning you can advance and earn more money, it's NOT a dead end job. They offer to pay for all of your schooling if you take it upon yourself to go if you keep a certain GPA, some department s also want to send you to school for a week or 2 to better the company. And yourself. You can also relocate to one of the 4 facilities.
Great company. Great people. Family orientated. Good hours and OT. Advancement opportunities. Great Benefits.
The company is growing very rapidly.
I plan on staying here a long time.
Family orientated, Ot, benefits, bonuses, advancement opportunities
Process Technician (Former Employee) – Milford, CT – January 30, 2018
I was hired in to this dept because of my experience, which I could not use because that is not the way it is done there, they are tunneld visioned in processing things in, when it states .007 min, and you achieve it, no they are all no good, but it is what is stated on the trial order, must of been a witch hunt....if you have any processing experience and take this job, be prepared to butt heads and get frustrated......
Grinder (Former Employee) – McDonough, GA – January 17, 2018
Overall inline plastic is a great place to work if you're looking for an easy way out. Me personally i like to work and use my hands so standing there for 12 hours waiting to box containers that come out a machine once every 5 minutes is not for me
Packer (Former Employee) – Shelton, CT – September 22, 2017
my work day would start at 7am and at 7pm.Between that time I would work various machines making plastic food containers. I also had to learn codes for these machines,and know how to trouble shoot some of the problems. The staff and managers were great almost like a family. The hardest part of the day was around the tenth hour until you realize your shift is almost over
Production Team Grinder (Current Employee) – McDonough, GA – August 27, 2017
People come into Inline and learn all about the plans to expand the company and double production and how many opportunities there are to advance, but it's not realistic. I worked for just over 3 months and saw 4 different managers of different departments replaced, and 80% of newcomers at the bottom level don't stay for two weeks.
Paid breaks, easy to get overtime
You have to work way too hard for the money, management is in shambles
They push to get every inch out of an employee they can with no concern of how hard they make you work. They are also a very disorganized company and no one ever has any clue what anyone else is doing.