Loader/Unloader (Former Employee) – Coating – August 19, 2019
Rfi has it pros and cons once you learn how to do several jobs that's what you do every day. I worked in quality control then went to coating and worked on aline which from there I got injured when I was working with someone that was not paying attention and was always high on drugs smashed my hand between a heavy rack and a metal bar. Which caused me my job after surgery
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Columbus, IN – May 28, 2019
I loved the work environment there.it was stressful at times but overall a good place to work.the wages weren't fair for an entry level position.i worked as much overtime as I wanted and the management were very good at training
Office Assistant / Quality Technician (Former Employee) – Columbus, IN – April 24, 2019
Set up your work station, check paperwork, make sure it is correct and matches the part. Then take parts and sort and check them. this part of my job was in the Quality area. My previous jobs within the company was office assistant jobs with variety of duties in the QS office, PC office-production control, and the Maintenance office. I have learned more general basic office skills and the inspection parts. On management there just needs to be more communication. The job was not hard.
There needs to be more communication between all shifts.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Columbus, IN – March 11, 2019
If you want to experience how NOT to learn skills with integrity, then this place is for you. Most departments are in shambles and have absolutely zero leadership from the managers...especially the quality departments. You work 50+ hours a week only to watch product turn out bad and dangerous, yet the Japanese and their brainless managers ship it out anyways!
Inventory Control Specialist (Current Employee) – Columbus, IN – August 17, 2018
Poor decisions made by the existing company presedent, lack of appreciation for employees, poor wages. Very high turnover rate which hurts production, which then hurts inventory levels, and causes issues with shipments to customers.
Talent Specialist, Recruiting Manager (Current Employee) – Columbus, IN – July 18, 2018
I love working with all the managers and employees. Benefits are great and cost is low for employees. Management is okay around here, easy to get a long with. The hardest thing about my job is keeping them staffed for the pay we are paying.
Its a job if you dont mind going in and doing the same thing every day
Forklift driver / matirial handler (Current Employee) – Columbus, IN – September 12, 2017
I go in to work the first hour or so I'd boring and then the 7 8 9 hour of my supposed to be an 8 hour shift I am running a going never fast enough but yet I am the best forklift driver on all three shifts
Quality assurance (Former Employee) – Whalesboro, IN – July 3, 2017
I hated this job, I didn't get trained, I worked long hours, very hot, and the pay wasn't that great. Compared to jobs I have had in the past, this was my least favorite. I'm shocked to see positive reviews because that wasn't my experience.
Hard work, long hours, lack of training, average pay.
I am sorry you had such a bad experience here at RFI. QA is usually one of the easiest jobs here and yes we are not climate control so it does get hot in here.
Thank you for your feed back,
Kim Burton Hiring Specialist
Job Work/Life Balance
Work not bad, management really needs work
General Laborer (Former Employee) – Walesboro, IN – June 20, 2017
I had no problem with the work, in fact I enjoyed it. I liked most of my co-workers and liked going to work. There was too much overtime in my opinion. A little is fine, but when it's almost every weekend, it get's to be much. The management was not organized or very good at there job's.
Shipping (Current Employee) – Columbus, IN – February 19, 2017
Management has put this company in turmoil for the past 4 1/2 years. There doesn't seem to be any end in sight. One pro for the company is the benefits, however the company has recently made some changes to that as well and it is not as much of a pro as it use to be.
Quality Inspection (Former Employee) – Columbus, IN – February 15, 2017
Started out doing quality inspection witch was inspecting bolts and nuts for vehicles then they stepped me up to a machine operator with was having forklift driver fill a hoper and then setting up my machine for the specific part and labeling totes and letting the machine run and inspect the part and then stacking on skid
Quality Specialist (Current Employee) – Columbus, IN – February 2, 2017
This company has a lot of work to do to create a culture that enables the employees and company grow. The company does not value education in management in positions. This in itself hurts the company top down.