Branch Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Bolingbrook, IL – February 25, 2018
Crane was a pretty good place to work. My manager was fair, somewhat demanding, but fair. Work was varied form day to day because of the nature of what we did. Employees were encouraged to be innovative and looks for ways to make there jobs easier, in prove safety and quality. Days were often long and sometimes hard. Everything was good until they move operational management off site.
Payroll Supervisor (Former Employee) – Morton Grove, IL – February 23, 2018
Supervised two staff members in Payroll. Sent and reconciled monthly exempt payroll processing. Oversaw the biweekly payroll process and sent the direct deposit file. Reconciled and managed the 401k (as HR eliminated this position from their staff.) Prepared/reconciled quarterly & annual tax filings and handled all Payroll affiliated taxes inquiries/processings . Performed reviews on staff and retained the budget for the department.
Commute and complexity of work.
Concerns about company restructure and impact to department
Facility Engineer Assistant (Former Employee) – Morton Grove, IL – February 10, 2018
Good company to work for but bonuses were rare. On a daily basis, dealt with, wiring, plumbing, electrical circuits, heating systems, general safety, or conformance to specifications and codes. Maintaining daily logs and supplement inspection records with photographs. One of the main responsibilities was to review and interpret plans, blueprints, site layouts and specifications.
Manufacturing Engineering Intern (Former Employee) – Grafton, WI – January 9, 2018
I great place to work in a small environment. People were very friendly. A little out of line at times with work management. Shop employees are all very knowledgeable and can disagree with office employees at times.
Twister Operator (Former Employee) – Big Spring, TX – May 23, 2017
Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills: I started of as a sander sanding all fiber rods so that the infant piece could be twisted on. I then moved up to twisting the infant onto the rods then having them sent through the ovens to have the infant secured on to the rod. After that moved up to pulling which consists of having the whole rod with infant pulled properly into place which completes the process of the assembly line. I had to work with one or more people to complete each task at hand. Also I had to use a remote control forklift.
Customer Service Representative II (Current Employee) – Morton Grove, IL – May 4, 2017
A typical day is very busy and you have to be able to multi-task. The work place culture is very friendly and management is very good. The hardest part of my job is dealing with the various documents that customers require and that the documents are correct. The most enjoyable part of my day is working with people.