Quality inspector (Former Employee) – illinois and georgia – August 13, 2018
Fast pace work environment easy to be promoted if you stay focus and dependable. The hardest is not getting enough rest before work and the good thing is you work 3days and off 4 and then the opposite the following week,
CNC Machinist (Former Employee) – Zeeland, MI – August 17, 2018
Why am I reviewing a company that I will never work for again? Total global corporate involvement micro managing every aspect of work but spending more money than they save. Everyone in fear of being let go to reduce cost
Production Worker (Current Employee) – LaGrange, GA – August 3, 2018
The drama in this place is outrageous. They don’t even work you 40hrs a week. I loved my supervisor, but the team lead was the ring leader of mess. Nobody’s on the same page and they aren’t any guidelines or work standards and nobody is sure of what’s good or bad
I loved working at this company punching holes in one end of shipping tubes for computer components. And, working with a variety of people helping train new hires on the proper and safe way to run a punch press and a plastic extrusion machine.
Getting along with fellow employees
Working multiple plastic extrusion positions when temporaries would not show up to work.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Lakeland, FL – July 2, 2018
fast paced production lines , great learning opportunity, great managment, family oreinted, great pay all around awesome place to work!! They always have bake sales, cook out & other little things to participate in
Printer Operator (Current Employee) – Decatur, AL – June 14, 2018
Management constantly preached "Quality over quantity" but the work flow screamed the opposite. You can never make plans for the weekend because you "might" be working Saturday every Saturday. You also might be scheduled to stay an extra 4 hours without any communication on any given day. HR is constantly replaced so HR has no power in terms of problems one might face working for this company.
Some of your coworkers are nice
few chances to move up, forced overtime, bad management
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – May 26, 2018
As a temp, my work performance was excellent. When the time came for me to become full-time, I was asked by my supervisor to find another temp agency that would charge a lower rate. I was then instructed to work for that particular temp agency, and I would eventually get hired full time with the company.
Sales and Marketing (Former Employee) – Glenview, IL – May 10, 2018
Very nice company to work for. Struggling with identity.Change in company philosophy and do not know if it has worked. Many people were let go and the core management team left to work for another company.
Increased pricing scale and customers took notice.
Stressful, low pay, lack of communication, fast paced.
Mold Operator (Former Employee) – Lowell, MA – May 4, 2018
Very hard to work here as a new employee. Very little room for learning. It’s a very fast paced and stressful work environment with a grueling weekly schedule. Very little time off for new employees. Pay is too low!
Machine Operator/Assembler (Former Employee) – Frankfort, IL – April 16, 2018
It was just a temp job when I was younger, still living with my parents. I enjoyed the environment and the management was down to earth. Everyone had their own work station, but could still talk to others.
North Star Imaging in Rogers, MN is owned by ITW. The fat man in the General Manager position is false and dark. He's intimidated by intelligence and those of light. If he were removed, the whole company would improve. There are wonderful intelligent people that work there, but poor pay and hours. Most managers are good and fair. It's a great job if you don't intend to go anywhere.