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Machines break and it takes hours to fix, machinery and computers malfunction on a daily bases......and they expect you to continue to work and get your quota.....very unfair working conditions.

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They bring new hires in at the same rate of pay of people that have been there over 10 years.....raises are anywhere from a nickel to a quarter........they don’t appreciate hard working employees.....

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I don’t mind. I just wish they’d figure out a way to become more competitive at paying good help so they can keep all that knowledge and experience at Nammo. At least you would think so.

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Nammo will do well, but the company, Nammo Talley, that they purchased seems to be striving. It would serve Nammo well if they brought an insider into NTI and report the truth back to them. NTI could be so much more if it were better managed.

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Fast and rewarding

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Very condescending from manager.

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40 Hours. Split, half put into account sometime in February, the other half sometime in July.

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Not great because I feel a target on my back for being employed at this company for more than 10 years. Walking on eggshells knowing that an employee with 8 years or less experience can do no-wrong, but all those with 10+ years could be fired just for looking at someone the wrong way. It's an awful environment with the production managers pitting themselves against the engineers with a lot of finger pointing and never taking responsibility for any of the mistakes. They seem clueless about replacing all their experienced workers because they don't understand why they can't take someone off the street and immediately make them into proficient assemblers of energetic items.

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The place is filthy, lots of hygiene issues, nobody cleans. I’ve seen people pick their nose and wipe their snot on parts and continue to work, I’ve seen people blow there nose, and not wash their hands, I’ve seen people go in and out of the bathroom and not wash their hands, not just regular production employees, but management, and inspectors......people eat while they work, and don’t clean up, there’s crumbs, coffee and soda stains everywhere, and it gets excessively dusty and dirty, no air movement, no ac.

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401k, paid time off, holiday and sick leave, health,dental,vision, life insurance. Great schedule.

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