Productive and Competative work place.
Line Assembler (Former Employee) – Twinsburg, OH – June 6, 2018
A typical day at Rockwell Automations, our supervisor would read the safety letter of the day. Depending on the department you are in you go to the different work stations, play your radio, and work until the first 20 minute break. Then when everyone is back from break we stretch as a group, as if other station need help so people can volunteer to help and work through lunch. Everybody will go back to work until lunch, depending on the line if your line is on track everyone in you line goes to lunch. If your line is behind the packer off the line takes a late lunch to help catch up the line. At the end of the day if your schedule is not completed, depend on the performance of the people on the line, the entire line will have to come in an hour early. Still get paid overtime for coming in the hour early, but if your line failed due to the machine and tester not running correctly. No one is required or held accountable for not completing the schedule.