Operator (Former Employee) – Lolita, TX – September 16, 2018
They have no problem stabbing you in the back. Advance opportunities are mostly given to those who are related to the supervisors. However I recommend every one work there at least for a few months for the experience so that you can appreciate the people you work with.
Short breaks if you get them. Be prepared to do the job of 3 people.
Machine Operator (Current Employee) – North Dighton, MA – August 15, 2018
The company in North Dighton make the rolls, print them to convert it in plastic bags. The warehouse received products from the other's factory to deliver in the east of US. Inteplast makes another kind of products in the other factories.
Is close to my house. I worked 40 hours. 401k
Family health insurance very expensive. Very hot in summer.
Terrible work culture, no leadership. The management does not care about employee growth but rather care how well they can play around with numbers to make their own annual report look good. Management does not show appreciation for work done above and beyond, no incentive to work and the workers know that so nobody really cares about the job or the machine their fixing, no passion. Management always want to go the cheapest option even though the evaluation shows otherwise.
Class B Operator (Former Employee) – Lolita, TX – July 24, 2018
I started working at Inteplast once I came home from the Navy. It was a decent job but it didn't offer a career path and the entry level wage was pretty low. Management was concerned about producing products at a rapid pace and not so much about the quality of the items.
Good training and good work environment. I would recomend this place to everyone. They are great people to work for with alot of benefits. The only reason i left was schedule conflicted with my family.
Quality Control Technician (Former Employee) – Lolita, TX – March 14, 2018
It's a job that pays and has plenty of overtime. They will absolutely hire anyone that can perform manual labor, they also really try to enforce safety regulations since there's danger around the plant: in my 5 years of working, many that are not so bright lost some body parts or got terribly injured. There's a bit of toxic behavior around with co-workers. The one condition that possibly makes many new employee's quit is the very hot temperatures the place gets throughout the year.
Company run by a brilliant CEO. Is plastics company so niche, but they care about their employees with great benefits. Company is run smooth with fiscal conservatism and forward-thinking industry trends. It has Asian roots, so be prepared for an East meets West workplace--kinda cool though.
Keep your mouth shut and just work no one really will change and your better off settling for what it is and get nothing in return theirs not much to it. If you really really have to work. Than it’s ok to be there at inteplast. Can find a better job. Take it
Office Associate (Current Employee) – 8855 city park loop – October 30, 2017
The 1 our lunch is what i loved the most. If i was ever having a rough day i would just enjoy the full hour. We will have company lunches every now and then when the warehouse manager would think that we were all doing a great job
Extrusion Technician (Current Employee) – Lolita,Tx – October 21, 2017
A normal day would be clock in at 7:30. We would have a shift meeting by our toolbox. I would collect the paperwork I would need for the day. I then would walk down my line and check everything to make sure the last shift did not leave anything on the floor or the vacuume was not cleaned out. Then for the rest of the day we would proceed with production unless the line starts having problems we would have to shut it down.
Good Pay, Hour Breaks, Bonus every end of the month