Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Spokane Valley, WA – July 9, 2018
They likely have changed because it has been more than 21 years since I last worked there and I have had no contact since then, but it was a fast-paced production environment, and union was strong then.
Laborer (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – March 7, 2018
Ive been with the company for two years and it gets worse every day. It starts with management, they're terrible at their job and don't care about you or your personal life at all, we have been working for 6 or 7 days every week for about 6 months with only one weekend off a month, however management gets off every weekend so they do not care, the machines are running terribly and thats why we have to keep coming in on the weekends but the managers refuse to stop the machines to fix them properly because they get paid for them running so the employees suffer for that. Its a seniority based job so if your new and they lay off your out in the street for god knows how long, as far as the employees go most are ok some are not like any job but the pay is fair, if you want a life do not come here if you don't care for personal time or honestly just need to stay on the grind for money this is the place for you.
Work 26 days straight and then you get one weekend off
Plant Production Technician (Current Employee) – Richland, WA – February 9, 2018
need to work hard and show your worth but once your in, your in. great pay and excellent benefits.Management is generally great, not much of a training program for new employees so you either pick up what their doing or get out.
Production Forklift Driver (Former Employee) – Sherman, TX – February 7, 2018
Kaiser was a Very fast pace job. Throughout all the hours and years I have been there I never was recognized for going to beyond and above. I was always told its the little things you can do to help make the difference not the little things that would once cost me my job. I was unfortunately doing a job of three people on a previous shift single handed. Management was never there to answer questions and the system is self trained. Over the years I have been there I have worked solo. Supervisors are very helpful. The turn over rate is out the roof and the management has a zero tolerance policy. really unorganized and uneducated plant manager.
i learned alot in the fabrication department. i learned how to run all the presses, saws, set ups on the equipment and inspections. the only problem is that i worked very hard there for 3 years and they wont hire me back.
Get to work go to breakroom 30 minutes early chat for awhile read paper etc. clock in at 7 and to work area turn on machine and load table start cutting and load on a buggy until finished with order.Lunch was when its your turn and off at 7.
Human Resources Administrator (Former Employee) – Foothill Ranch, CA – December 11, 2017
Working in human resources was a new experience for me, but it was mostly paperwork. The head quarters in Foothill Ranch is an amazing place to work. Clean nice work environment with truly kind caring individuals in the company. As long as you are good with a computer, this will be an easy fit for you.
Team work and close and positive relationship with Management and and employees.
PURCHASING MANAGER (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – November 1, 2017
Daily Production meeting help all Production Departments get updated on Production status, Inventory levels ,Quality Control concerns , Engineering project status and Custumer status.Emphasis on TEAM WORK.
Great place to work, especially after you have enough seniority to choose your shift. Pay and benefits are excellent. Commitment to safety is commendable. Great place to dig out a career or even to finish one.