PROCESS TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Medina, OH – August 14, 2018
This job was great. Pay could have been slightly better but it was competitive. As with any large facility... some people worked while others didn't. The management was always there to assist when required. Maintenance did their job most of the time which allowed for much less downtime.
Process Technician (Current Employee) – Alsip, IL – August 3, 2018
Overall good place to work can be stressful and sometimes they put to much on one person but team tries to help out. Job has mandatory overtime during busy season. But it also has 4 day work weeks during slow season.
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Pineville, LA – August 1, 2018
Management only takes care of their buddies and are very cut throat. In my first week as a supervisor i was told i had a certain amount of time to fire a long time employee, simply because the manager didnt like him. Once in the role I quickly realized that thier idea of leadership and mine did not align. I believed in training employees to better themselves. They did not.
MACHINE OPORATOR AND QUALITY ASSURENCE ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – McCalla Alabama – July 26, 2018
The position that I held at Plastipak gave me the ability to gain knowledge that I needed to help me advance within the workplace. The environment was extremely loud as it is in most packaging companies however the management and other employees were always willing to go the extra mile to get the job done efficiently and productively.
Extruder/ Process Technician (Current Employee) – Medina, OH – July 9, 2018
Run the operation of the Extruding and Blending (mixing) of Material for the clients of A. Schulman Administer the links between various work orders of materials. Monitor material quantities and material inventories, and material issue documents.
Production Supervisor (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – July 8, 2018
Decent company to work for, benefits are nice. Just long hours and sometimes you will be required to work 6-7 days in a week. Management on the supervisory level lack communication, pay increases don't be that much, corporate is tight with their money. Training could be a bit better, seen a lot of new hires quit soon after.
Beverage Process Technician (Former Employee) – Medina, OH – July 5, 2018
The job would be better if the accepted medical documents. I got fired because they wouldn't take any medical excuses, even though your not allowed to report to work if you are sick and contagious. other than that if was a good job and decent pay.
Nice company to work for, good people, clean environment
Process Technician (Former Employee) – Medina, OH 44256 – June 25, 2018
Decent pay, a lot of hours. if you like money and not having a life, this is a job to be at. People are really nice and its clean. Benefits are good as well. Management and HR staff are good people, very understanding and nice. They have a cafeteria and company who cooks food and plenty of vending machines. They do have strict rules on having food and beverages out on the floor, but they do provide water coolers in most of the departments though out the facility.
cooked meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. decent pay and lots of OT
Constant work and fast pace to keep everything running properly
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 12, 2018
Have to be able to keep up with the lines and be able to manage the line by yourself. If your line goes down look for something to do, and keep your area clean. Help others if you have nothing else to do and respect time.