Hypocritical; not a good work environment
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Whitewater, WI – August 22, 2012
Hypocrisy was the air we breathed. No one followed the rules (not even management). Attention was not given to the detail of the products we were making. The only time that we were told to be more careful with what we were doing, was when the owners and upper management would come to visit.
I was moved a lot because I was a "temp." Sometimes they would have me on the assembly line; sometimes preparing parts (prepping, inspecting and testing) for the line; and sometimes, helping maintenance with cleaning.
I liked my coworkers, but they would complain a lot about their jobs, which would get anoying very easily.
The hardest part of the job would be trying to make sure that the products, we were making, were the best they could be before packaging them. This was hard at times because the line would move very fast, not giving enough time to do a thorough, proper inspection of the parts.
The most enjoyable part of the job would be, for me, inspecting, and testing the parts. It was enjoyable because I got to sit-down and have a little more time to check for deficiencies of any kind. Eventually I got a lot faster at this.
vending-machines with credit card payment option. the fact that i got paid at this place.
prices of vending-machine products, management and veteran workers gave a bad example, constant bickering and complaining from co-workers, the requiremnt for safety glasses (even if you already have glasses) low morale at work place.