Inspector (Former Employee) – Toledo, OH – July 21, 2018
It was ok slow work environment was not trained well on some jobs. Some of the coworkers were rude and mean. Supervisor we're all great ppl. Being on call all the time didn't pay my bills. Going home early wasn't my thing.
There are pro's and con's working with this company. You relocate a lot, no benefits, and each job is temporary. They do give you a second chance.
Quality Inspector (Former Employee) – Greensburg, IN – August 7, 2018
I would recommend this company to anyone who needs a second chance. They're very flexible but professional at the same time. If you need a work history and a chance to prove yourself this is the company you need.
Paid lunch, hospitality, willing to work around schedule
QA Inspection (Current Employee) – Montgomery, AL – August 3, 2018
Its a nice place to work. But would be better if the positions were permant and just temporary. You get use to working then boom. You have no work to do. Im currently waiting to be called back to work.
Quality Inspector (Former Employee) – Glasgow, KY – July 31, 2018
The job was easy some days were faster paced than others supervisor was awesome and helped every chance she had pay was decent and 40 hours a week sometimes overtime required but normally on a volunteer basis not sure about other locations but my local ms office was great I didn't choose to leave I was laid off due to report downsizing at the particular plant I was working at due to change in customer demand of the product but there were other factors that played part like changes in the parts being inspected overall great job and highly recommend it
Inspector (Former Employee) – Bucyrus, OH – July 23, 2018
Good place work wasnt happy going to nites. Was given umpression if went to lines would stay on 1st. Then day came n had no choice. Being forced to work overtime is something i didnt aporove of also. If worked seven days week still dudnt qualify for double on Sunday lije pgw employees.that was sonething i realky didnt agree with also.
Quality Supervisor (Current Employee) – Sterling Heights, MI – July 5, 2018
Generally speaking, Supervisors are poorly treated and compensated. Work can be difficult and customers are rarely completely satisfied as you and your team represent an expense outside of normal operations.
When I started with MS Company I was told that I would be working 10 hours and found out the first night that we had to fill production and would not leave until we had production and most likely would be working 12 hours. I was under the assumption that I would work 40 hours with maybe some overtime and found out we worked 4 days on and 2 days off. If the company was open 7 days a week we would work the only day the company was supposed to be closed which was most of the time. When I left the company because I found a permanent job, had a hard time getting in touch with someone to let them know that I would be leaving. Kept calling my MS supervisor and she did not return my calls. Called the MS Company and got voice mail which was full and could not leave a message.