anonymous (Former Employee) – Wellington, FL – January 29, 2019
Management does not communicate with staff to formulate proper deadlines. Work piles up and managers blame staff instead of owning up to their shortcomings. Doors to managers office are always closed, very little room for advancement. Working on weekends is mandatory due to poor planning during downtime. Overall this place is a circus.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Bossier City, LA – July 31, 2018
One of the managers was terrible, he never communicates with the people he is over. He’s was more worried about his personal life than his job. Training for the position was inadequate all the way around. Sales people were awful and treated people like trash. It is not a place of teamwork at all. You know when you spend more time at work than at home you expect to have a nice, fun, friendly environment... don’t expect that here. HR doesn’t respond to things in a timely manner and then tells you to look into stuff for yourself. It’s a very hostile environment. The pay was decent, but not enough to deal with the bs that goes on and definitely not worth your happiness.
Material handler (Current Employee) – Doral, FL – April 10, 2018
This place is betrayed to be something it’s not. The pay is way below your average aviation pay. You could be there for years and a new employee will come in and make the same amount as you, regardless of your work ethics and knowledge of the company. Management is horrible and lacking skills themselves. Applying to other positions is a waste because it’s not what you know, it’s who you know. Management promotes family and friends only. And the overall drama is just ridiculous .
Machinist (Former Employee) – Bridgeport, WV – March 13, 2018
I was terminated today was told I just didn't fit in. I guess that's true considering I stayed busy all day did what was asked of me and tried to improve on daily tasks. I was told I was brought in to be a machinist/manager and agreed to a lower wage so there would be room to bring me up to the rate I was asking. After just 3 days I was able to run the lathes on my own and was suggesting some ideas to increase production and quality. My ideas was dismissed by supervisor and was being questioned on why I was there as an employee. I was asked about my starting pay and what all benefits did I get as a new employee. I informed my manager which did nothing but cause me to become an outside among the other employees. I worked there for 5 months with very little communication and basically 0 help from any one. The supervisor never has time to actually run a machine or improve programming due to the fact of talking with other employees and visitors about none work related issues. The other machinists can't seem to get jobs completed in a timely manner due to the same issues. 30 minute lunches are actually 1.5 hrs there for the 3 of them. When I informed the machine shop manager of these issues and told him that I'm not being involved or included of work related projects I was dismissed again. I had a 90 day evaluation were I was evaluated on things that did not have anything to do with my job description. Was told no raise or promotion at this time and partly due to a hiring freeze even though there were job adds at that time on indeed.com. If you are hard up for work and need somethingmore... to hold you over then this might be the place for you. Keep your mouth shut because anything you say will be getting told.less
Low pay, high insurance, no room to grow, back stabbing and lies
Employee (Former Employee) – Wellington, FL – February 5, 2018
The environment is a good place for someone who can put in a lot of hours with no commitments. Nice environment otherwise. The office is location in a nice area. You can achieve some good experience. Certain departments are not very professional about confidentiality. Couple of manager very loud and unprofessional.
Coordinator (Former Employee) – unknown – November 23, 2017
A typical day at work there is shocking and overwhelming. Management is ok for the most part, the directors are terrible. The culture needs honest work. The hardest part of the job is the Directors (always hovering) The most enjoyable part of the job is working while the Directors are not there, work can actually get done in peace.
Healthcare is extremely expensive for families, supervised breaks, favorites, stressful