Extreme Conditions and poor communications
2nd Shift Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – July 22, 2017
The building is a former distribution center and is poorly ventilated. On the production floors you may be working with hydrogen peroxide, acetone, detergents, and other chemicals. Spills are frequent and production staff can be slow to clean them up. If you have allergies or skin sensitivities you may want to avoid this factory. Also, you will experience extreme temperatures. Communications between management and production is inadequate, and this sometimes can lead to confusion and production issues. They increased pay after I left, but there is little chance of further pay increases, and advancement is unlikely. Three executive officers were fired while I worked there. Nearly all the quality control inspectors I worked with either quit or were fired, with a couple of exceptions. This is a very physically, mentally, and emotionally demanding job that can be occasionally frustrating.
Hours are okay if you are flexible.
Very negative work environment, motivated by fear.