SIT DOWN FORKLIFT Operator (Former Employee) – Ooltewah, TN – July 24, 2018
My typical work day was clocking in at work at 6:30am and going straight to our line leader meeting and doing our stretches. After stretches I did my forklift inspections. Then my line leader gave me papers to pull buckets out of the back of the plant to take to blast, brought buckets back inside to my line leader and made sure the welding sells where filled with buckets to be welded.
I learned that safety is number one key to working on a forklift, and how to be a professional on forklift. I also learned you can never honk to much to let pedestrians know I am coming.
Management came in everyday to ensure safety, work quality, and production where perfection, because perfection is key.
Workplace culture was always fair and pleasurable to work in. Everyone helped each other out teaching different things. Always giving advice and being respectable to one another.
The hardest part of the job was pulling china buckets out of the back of the area called china town.
The most enjoyable time of my job was being able to weld in my spare time and learning new thing about welding and forklift.
CNC Operator (Current Employee) – Delhi, IA – May 1, 2018
Very bad management, Palidan protects lazy employees and pushes excess work onto good workers. If your from Delhi your in and protected otherwise get used to getting stabbed in the back. They push good people out the door.
Very fast pace and a good Job to work. Every one gets along and respect for each other is a plus. Safety is very important of the work place. And the company gives you time to learn different jobs opportunities.
Direct Support Professional (Current Employee) – LaPorte, IN – January 30, 2018
Drop off and pick up clients from day activities. Cook dinner for clients and clean up the house. Finish any laundry not finished by the overnight staff. Assist clients with showers. The hardest part of the job is when clients are having bad behaviors.
Ability to work as much overtime you want
Management does not like to grant time off even when you ask for it well in advance.
Chipper/Grinder (Former Employee) – Ooltewah, TN – January 4, 2018
I thoroughly enjoyed working at Paladin. I was trained well and understood what was expected of me. I had what I felt to be fair compensation. The hours I worked allowed me to balance work and home, and I would recommend this company to anyone who wanted to have a career and not just another job.
weld (Former Employee) – dehli ia – September 29, 2017
Management is a joke you get treated very poorly the place is drama filled the team leads do NOT care about you.... you are just a number could just sit there and watch the team leads take smoke breaks all the time and you don't dare say anything about it or you will be on the chopping block and be expected to take all the blame to save someone higher from getting written up 'favorites'
Construction Manager and Founder (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – July 2, 2017
A small group of hard workers with a great deal of experience can accomplish anything! This start-up construction company was able to recruit the best and instantly compete successfully for Fortune 500 business.
Welder/Fabricator (Current Employee) – Ooltewah, TN – March 3, 2017
It's all about production too much welding, lack of communication, Also it's who's better first shift or third shift . I think they should be working together it's a company not who's better. we're not in the second grade The hardest part of the job is getting production
Will loan you a 1500$ welding helmet and after working for a month you will new boots
You will get two 10 minutes breaking and one 30 minute break
excellent group of workers, management not so much..
Welder (Former Employee) – Collegedale, TN – February 2, 2017
The workforce is equally divided for the most part of Americans and Russians/Czechoslovakians. Hot in the summer, cold in the winter because some people just can't shut a door...but all in all i loved working there and had good reliable relationships with my team members