Paycheck depends on hours billed out. Work gets slow, paycheck gets small.
Forklift Mechanic/ Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Montgomery, AL – October 5, 2013
Typical day involves troubleshooting mechanical problems, ordering parts, performing repairs, equipment maintenance, keying work orders on PC and keeping written documentation. Have learned proper troubleshooting and repair skills through equipment manufactor training classes. Great team of co-workers for the most part, high employee turn over rate at times though. Hardest part of job- trying to keep enough work to make at least 40 hours of billable time each week. Enjoy satisfaction of being able to diagnose mechanical problems and repair them in a timely manner.
Good management, safety first enviroment, decent pay
Poor & expensive family health insurance, no room for advancement