Mitchell Plastics is a great place to work. The work is challenging, but the teamwork exhibited here makes it fun and rewarding when the team meets the challenge. Management is great and has a great relationship with the production team. The company is big enough to provide competitive pay and benefits but small enough to know everyone's name and be flexible and nimble in business decisions.
Everything is great!! I look forward to coming to work every day!!
Management (Current Employee) – Charlestown, IN – July 17, 2018
Mitchell Plastics is a thriving company that offers a lot of opportunity and growth within the entire organization. There is great camaraderie between coworkers that makes coming to work enjoyable. The culture is such that you can really contribute and make a difference here.
First job I had that gives you vaction time on day one☺
Assembler (Current Employee) – Sterling Heights, MI – June 14, 2018
Very clean organized environment, climate controlled temps. I work at the Sterling Heights location. This is a new bldg opened end of 2017. Pay is great 14.50 to start and raises to come also profit sharing. We make consoles for the Ram Pick up Truck. Not one hard job in there. This plant is non Union and is NOT quick to fire employees. Just do your job and come to work on time. Steady pace nothing ridiculous. All ages from 21 to capable of handling power hand held drills. I would recommend this job to everyone. Direct hire, 90 day probation. Great employees despite a few with their own inner bitterness. Great Managers and Supervisors. Benefits after one month...Forget to mention its less than 50 employees on each shift.
14.50 hr. leave clean. They care how you feel, check everyday. Not agressive with overtime. You can still have a life. Sundays here and there.
Allowed 3 points on your 90 day probation. Forget to punch in or out, you lose half point. Slow in training on different jobs. Getting paid Bi weekly..
Assembly Worker (Current Employee) – Charlestown, IN – March 15, 2018
They choose their favorite workers. Those workers are able to advance &/or get away with things they shouldn’t be able to. It’s the most negative place I’ve ever seen. They let you know that you’re replaceable. Working hard & following the rules doesn’t get you anywhere. Management is unfriendly.
Co-op #2 (Former Employee) – Charlestown, IN – May 18, 2017
Plenty of great people to either ask questions or to get encouragement from. Work involved designing parts for manufacturing programs that verified quality of injection molded parts and increased efficiency and comfort of assembly operators.
Cell Leader (Current Employee) – Charlestown, IN – March 2, 2017
I really enjoy being a Cell Leader for Mitchell Plastics. I am a quick learner and need to be challenged with new responsibilities. I quickly moved up in the company but have been in my current position for over 5 years.
Molding department employee (Current Employee) – Charlestown, IN – January 26, 2017
Management has no regard for employees. Too much overtime. Insurance is expensive and sucks. Vending in break room is more expensive than getting snacks from a gas station. Extremely poor communication between departments. Over all worst place I have ever worked.
It's a grest easy place to work just didn't like the job i was given
Molding Operator (Former Employee) – Charlestown, IN – January 10, 2017
The job at Mitchell plastics was an easy job. It is an injection molding plant that makes interior car parts for Toyota. It was just running presses sometimes on press an sometimes several presses. I get a long with people pretty easy an love working with people. The hardest part of the job was being repetitive and just being stuck at the same presses.
Liked the people i worked with an has good management
Quality Audit /Assembler (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – October 6, 2016
Fast paste work environment with a variety of work responsibilities that needs to be accomplished within a eight hour period. My Production co-workers are helpful with getting the information I need to make my performance successful. Since being with the company for 11 years I have learned a lot about Qualities and Customers expectations of our Company.
Assembly Worker (Former Employee) – Charlestown, IN – September 10, 2016
Hardest part of job is when you don't have the parts you need to meet daily tack and work a lot of overtime. You depend a lot on your coworkers to pull their share of the work at some stations. Team work is very important.
Assembly Operator (Current Employee) – Charlestown, IN – July 29, 2016
I have worked at the Charlestown Indiana warehouse for 2 yrs.. But not hired with the company for two yrs until October. I used to love going into my job, they seemed like they truly cared about their employees and their families. I was beyond wrong!! They have rearranged our stations and material making it extremely hard on employees to get out crazy amount of parts each day. The parts we do get are ****, when we do have parts, they seem to enjoy hiring those who obviously have drug addictions and treat them like gold. Those who show up and work and definitely have no drug issues are treated like ####! Crazy overtime bc they put new people on stations that are already behind, and management has no desire to listen to their employees just like to go and damage finish goods by touching chrome without gloves and not properly storing parts in containers. It's just not a pleasant place to work!
You can make great friends
Short breaks, expensive lunchroom, to much overtime, weekend work, drug addicts, Management lack of respect and appreciation.