At Doyle shamrock I did production work. I met a lot of people and soon started to raise myself up in the factory, I then became assembly where I learned to work with others and multitask. Also, I learned all about material handling.
it was an interesting experience, fast paced, very competitive, but a difficult place to move up. It's fun because u are not always located in one place your get moved around but at times makes it was hard to keep up.
Assembler (Current Employee) – Tucson, AZ – June 13, 2017
they help me to find a good place to work are willing to help me find a better job when i need to the supervisor is very kind and help full always awnsering my questions their for me when i need her advice
Assembly (Former Employee) – Hudson, OH – November 17, 2016
Call office to see if they have a position open or available, typical learn entry level position jobs. Management is very caring and tries to find a job that best fits you. Co workers are great people to be around, hardest part getting the job that you want. Enjoy working with people that want to help you
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Danville, KY – June 7, 2015
Hitachi was a good place to work, Your day at work consisted of machines breaking down and trying to figured out way to keep the products going out with broken machines. I was impressed by the management for the most part. The only part I disliked were that there were so many managers. I found it confusing to figure out who to go to when problems with the job did come up. Most of the coworkers on my line worked as a team. The hardest part of the job was to keep the machines working properly. The machines weren't serviced properly. The company didn't want to lose the production of the time it would take to service the machines, so you would constantly be working on them and cleaning them. The most enjoyable part was when everything was running properly because it made for a smooth night with high numbers in production.
very short breaks, 12 hour shifts, no healtcare, low wages
Assembler (Current Employee) – Winchester, KY – March 4, 2013
This is a staffing company. I work at Univance as an assembler. I believe the hardest part of this job is the hours. Second shift works from 4:30 p.m. until either 1:00 a.m. or 3:00 a.m. I am not a night person; I prefer working days. My co-workers are a great bunch of people to work with.
we get a break every 2 hours
when the weather and roads start getting hazardous, they keep you working and do not send you home.