Color mixer (Former Employee) – Plattsburgh, NY – November 14, 2018
Very fast paced environment. MRP will take care of there own people if your dedicated and skilled but it doesn't matter if your the best or worst employee, they will get rid of you for attendance issues even if the problems started there
Pay, benefits, great co-workers, it's a place you can learn new skills and advance in the manufacturing industry
Operator (Current Employee) – Plattsburgh, NY – November 12, 2018
very loud can't really communicate much busy at all times...always on your feet and is hot at all times.have to know your job or you will get very little help.tuff job but not anything i can't handle and very long days u comin in to work is dark outside and you leave work is dark.
Rps1 job signoff man at mold-rite plastics (Former Employee) – Platt – November 12, 2018
I love it there I loved my job but then I don’t k ow what happens but just started getting harassed and taken advantage of and was treated unfairly but if that didn’t happen I loved what I did and the people I worked with
I was able to grow and learn as a professional employee about an industry that I was not familiar with.
Inside Sales Representative/Office Manager (Former Employee) – Plattsburgh, NY – October 29, 2018
This is a great place to work if you like to be in an office setting (cubicles) all of the time and are a good team player. You also need to be willing to accept change and look at it as a positive rather than negative.
My co-workers were amazing and willing to help anyone at any time.
2 weeks of time off, that included if you were sick or had a personal emergency. The 2 weeks were for vacation, sick, personal, pretty much everything. When it was gone, it was gone.
Quality Control Inspector (Current Employee) – Plattsburgh, NY – October 23, 2018
its hard to work for a company that doesnt care about how their own product is being made and to be paid less than a so called worst company pays their qa's also HR is not for the workers they definitely more for the company so taking matters to them is counter productive child molesters work there in abundance like they recruit them its not a safe work environment either
Operator, Color Mixer, and Lead Color Mixer (Former Employee) – Plattsburgh, NY – August 22, 2018
fast paced but grab a number walking into the door. i prefer a more personable and recognized environment. you work very hard and never seem to be recognized for doing more than asked. this was my personal experience though i did receive promotions you are still just a number and easily replaceable regardless.
Mold-Rite is a growing company that is not stingy with reinvesting profits back into the business to sustain growth for the long term. The management is very transparent with the plans and objectives of our company. Fellow staff is friendly and collaborative, making work enjoyable day to day. Our company is very innovative and pushing the envelope on new products and technology to make our jobs easier, faster and more productive.
fast paced environment but pay does not meet cost of living
QA inspector (Former Employee) – Plattsburgh, NY – August 12, 2018
I liked my time at mold-rite just dealt a lot with back stabbing employees and management that ignored the issues. Employees dating on the same shift causing problems for other employees and again management ignored the issue.
Director of Marketing (Current Employee) – Twinsburg, OH – July 6, 2018
I look forward to going to work every day for so many reasons. I truly enjoy working with my departmental team and we love what we do - even when the task at hand is a challenging one. We are continually tasked with finding new and innovative ways to reach customers and potential customers, are trusted to do our jobs well and expected to produce results. Cross functional teams are encouraged to collaborate and while we may not always agree, we are respectful and know that we are all working toward the same goal of delighting our customers. I’ve been with the company for nearly seven years during which time I’ve been afforded many opportunities to grow professionally.
collaborative, innovative, customer-focused work environment
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Plattsburgh, NY – March 30, 2018
I would not recommend anyone to work here unless you want to deal with drama all day every day. Some of the “leads” should not be leads. They play favorites and once you do something they don’t like they will make work miserable for you.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Plattsburgh, NY – March 8, 2018
They had unbelievable standards that even if people called out we had to meet specific standards.. meanwhile management and some mechanics did nothing but sit around and wait instead of helping achieve the standard required by the company
Machine operator/backup lead/trainer (Current Employee) – Plattsburgh, NY – January 15, 2018
It is hard to advance out of a department as they control what you do and where you are if you are a strong asset. The weaker workers move on to advancements more than the most experienced or hard workers.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Plattsburgh, NY – December 13, 2017
It's a hard place to work specially with 12 hour days people there do not work as a team if your the new guy they do not train you very well or for very long and set you off on your own to figure things out the place is over packed have bent racks all over the place and the management is horrible there they have a hard time keeping help
Learn how to operate forklifts
The equipment was wore out and always broke down and never had enough quipment for all the workers
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Plattsburgh, NY – December 13, 2017
Very inviting atmosphere until you realize that the operators seem to have no other options. Leadership that oversee the production floor frequently pace around the floor critiquing employees performance but do not offer solutions to fix said issues. It is truly disheartening to work a 12 hr day operating sets of machines that middle management could not keep pace with, to then turn your head and see clusters of mechanics, color mixers, and individuals from other departments standing around. This facility will most likely continue to face extreme employee turnover until practices are put in place to maintain standard rules and procedures for all employees. Very clear double standard for operators .
Essentially a sweat shop. Stay away unless you want to work like a dog for barely livable wages.
Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Plattsburgh, NY – December 12, 2017
The turnover rate is staggering. The workload put on new hires is ridiculous. 12 hour work days and pay that is inadequate considering health insurance through moldrite costs about 1/4 of your weekly check . Once you become a " certified" machine operator you are expected to run 2 or 3 machines at once (lining department) which includes filling1-2 hoppers per machine while also restarting the machines every few minutes and taping up boxes of product after scanning them into the lackluster software program. Some cell coaches are good while others are nothing more than the managers pet going out of their way to brow beat you at any moment. No relief operators so you will be lucky to get half hour break for lunch in a 12 hour day. NO RELIEF OPERATORS!!! Very dehumanizing environment to say the least. The pay........smh. Should be $4 more an hour for the workload thrown upon operators.
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Plattsburgh, NY – November 19, 2017
Many violations of OSHA and Labor Laws. 12 hour days, poor rate of pay, arrogant/poor management. Advancement if you're related to someone in management (Nepotism), favoritism, unfair treatment. Revolving door for employment.