I came here as an entry level operator and was welcomed kindly by management. Everyone gets along and the days go by quickly. I’ve been here six months and have advanced within the company in such a short amount of time
I honestly didn’t mind moldrite at all it was a great place to work competitive pay definitely room to grown and great benefits I think they should be more lenient with tine missed with the a doctors note other than that they are a good company
The assignment of work sets is determined by the cell coach. They are assigned randomly, but there are times when Operators are required for their experience and/or other skills required. When you arrive at your set, the previous Operator will debrief you on how the set is performing (which machines are working properly or malfunctioning & how best to cope with recurring problems). You will be required to take at least 4 samples for Quality Control and maintain the assigned machines (load lined boxes, operate the machine and computer when necessary and package and palatalize the finished product).
The hardest part of the job is learning time management in the operation of multiple machines - especially during a 3-4 way break scenario (On average, an Operator is assigned a set of 4 machines to operate. During a 3-4 way break, when an Operator goes on their break, 2 other Operators will assume control of 2 of the [breaked] Operator's machines, meaning that repeatedly during the 12 hour shift, an Operator will be required to operate 1-3 additional machines. At times, this can be overwhelming if the machines are malfunctioning (which is par for the course in any factory setting).\
However, the pay is good and the benefit package is one of the best I've seen.
To explain the work culture, let me share this true story.
Once after pay day, I had a $50 in my pocket. Sometime during my shift, the bill fell out of my pocket. I just assumed it was lost and I'd never see it again. I mentioned it to a few co-workers and my Supervisor. My Supervisor informed me that someone reported - more...
The jobs long hours only 12 plus short 10 min brakes (3) and one 30 min brake if you don’t do drugs don’t work there 1/2 of everyone is a felon. It’s a very well known thing many criminals and felons and drug gues work there bc they rarely drug test and go threw help a lot bc of the hard work conditions.
I have worked in five manufacturing companies and MRP in Somerset is a great employer. There are plenty of opportunities to learn and advance while having a group of positive leaders assisting you. The company does have some struggles on improving however the plant will grow tremendously over the next few years. There should be plenty of opportunities for a hard working, energetic, smart worker.
Well, I'm sure, most are already aware that this is the worst factory to work for in Plattsburgh. I knew it going in but had no idea why this place has such a bad reputation. Managment doesnt actual know how to do there job. They got that job because they're family or friends. Nobody cares about the quality or quantity of work you are putting out just as long as you smoke weed and get along with the rest of the scum that work there. That's the only thing that matters. These people are the lowest of scum I have ever met in my life. When I say grown children it doesnt really describe the depth of these people. If you like running around making fun of and putting other people down then this is the job for you. Place is completely filled with white trash! If I was you I wouldnt even bother quote your time and energy here.
It was probably the best place I have ever worked at . They paid enough to live good and you could always get overtime if you wanted it. The bosses and staff were living helping people I'd work there again if I could.
Mold Rite is an okay place to work. It could be better if the pay was a little higher and there was more room for advancement. Most of the employees are great to work with. There are times where your day or night can get stressful. But like I said It is an okay place to work. If I would recommend some to work there but i would tell them to beware.