Kreysler & Associates
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Quality Control Inspector in 105 E. O Street
on September 28, 2021
K&A had to expand quickly for a new project. That meant hiring, training, research&development, and creating new standards all during a pandemic. It is not like working for an established corporation that has a perfect workbook/answer for everything. The process changes, the product changes, but it keeps it interesting. Supply chain issues are hurting us like everyone else, but management actively makes sure everyone has what they need. They also hire friendly people, which can make or break a job. We work hard, joke about the crazy days, and just keep pushing forward to get this project done together.
Purchasing Agent in Mare Island California Naval Shipyard, CA
on September 24, 2021
I really enjoy going to work because I know I am helping create something amazing and I'm getting to do it with Great people. The management staff has always been supportive and willing to help people succeed at their jobs.
Fabricator in Vallejo, CA
on September 24, 2021
I work with employees that have been with this company over 20+ years, not a lot of companies can say that. Great place to learn about composites from a company that is changing the way buildings are made. There is opportunity for growth if you want it. The best part of the job is the people I work with that want to teach you. Hardest part is working with other employees that don't care and are just here for a paycheck. You really get what you put in when working here.
QC Metrology Inspector in Vallejo, CA
on August 13, 2021
When you apply to one position then get hired for a completely different position, consider it a red flag. Many employees here applied for certain positions/departments and started with a completely different position. Also don’t expect any compensation or incentive to work harder other than a free meal every once in a while. Don’t expect formal or good training. Don’t expect a review even though you are told there will be a review and with that in mind don’t expect a raise either. Asked for a review and a raise and it fell on deaf ears. There’s no urgency to keep the workers they have. They only want mindless beings that want what they say done. Even when it makes no sense to do so or effect the quality of the products. Management thinks they know everything even though they have more questions about what’s going on than the workers do. All products had been R&D and the company as a whole has yet to produce quality products or even 10% of the project. A bunch of the processes there is the blind leading the blind. Many meetings, pitched ideas and “classes” are done for nothing. Top to bottom the company needs work.
Fabrication Technician in Mare Island, CA
on August 3, 2021
Pay is okay & if you get the benefits they are good. If you're looking to learn how to use basic power tools or manufacturing it's a good place to start, however, they claim they want people with 3+ years of experience for basic to average work. Management have & show strong personal biases, especially to new/ younger employees. There's a fair amount of gossiping for a warehouse with a majority of male workers. The turnover is extremely high, training is literally "Here's an unorganized S.O.P to go over & just fall in line with what's going on when you're done". Their ethics are weird, honesty will backfire on you & not build company trust. Employees with seniority will lie or throw you under the bus if they feel insecure; they claim they want ideas or production improvements but multiple departments can't share them. Team effort is a sometimes because majority of the time, a team of 5-6 people, only 2 are actually doing the work while the others stand around talking or can be found just walking around talking. I would say, IF you get hired, keep a record of the work you do & the quality of it, don't let management talk down to you, make you submissive & not enjoy going to work. Have a time span for how long you see yourself working there, if you know it won't be your career, don't put up with unnecessary b.s.

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