Assembler/Production (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – June 22, 2018
When I first started there was some barriers to break through. As time went on I learn to build various items. Old items were removed and new were developed. As old models were replaced more new builts started to come in. By the time I was let go, I had the ability to bluild all new products at that time.
Learn varous positions and abilities.
No inter action between production employees and management.
QUAILTY INSPECTOR (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 31, 2018
Non Climate controlled warehouse unless in a office position. Numerous holidays off. M-F working mandtory overtime. My manager was excellent, very flexible and stood behind us. Upper Management constantly made promises they couldn't keep. pay raises are once a year with only .50 being the upper limit. Employees aren't respected from upper management. Friction between departments
Executive Assistant to CEO (Temp Position) (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 19, 2018
In this case, the name of the company truly represents the environment of the job. The only reason it gets two stars is because the CEO is a wonderful man. His wife on the other hand who is constantly there is the devil herself.
Electrical/mechanical Assembler (Former Employee) – San Antonio, Texas – July 18, 2015
This was a fantastic company to work for, albeit, I was hired though a temp agency and our duration there was 2 and 1/2 months. A very diverse company with great people to work with.Testing of transformers HIPOT after assembly and wiring, construction of housing and "J" boxes, start to finish, including pallet readying of completed order. I was working as a team member in the first position to keep a steady pace going, up to over 500 pieces in an 8 hour shift.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Lucifer – April 2, 2015
This company does not give pay raises, only a small COLA. Frequent mistakes in production have no oversight until large orders get returned for being defective or simply sent to the wrong customer. HR hands out fruit leather tied to a balloon for years or service. Avoid.
Assembly Worker (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – August 20, 2014
Gathered all material needed for the production of orders for the day. Learned how to work with others to mass produce L.E.D orders for the customer's order. Management was organized and productive. The job was very easy to follow after directions were given which help in the mass production of orders.
Human Resources Manager (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 28, 2012
This job offers an opportunity to get involved in all aspects of Human Resources as well as providing an integral relationship with all other functional departments. It has some of the best people with whom I have worked and working with the various levels is by far the best part of the job.