it is an okay experience, but once you have done your three months of working and want to become permanent with the company. They won't make you permanent, they fire you because you are just a temporary employee!
life skill trainer (Current Employee) – ann arbor – May 29, 2015
My take on this job is it is ok, to pass the time by, it could be ran in a different way as far as management but it is privately own so that makes a difference, they don't have a over head so things can be ran as they want under certain guidelines.
This company lost my personal info and my application packet
Assembly Worker (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – December 17, 2016
I applied with this company and filled out the packet and later on I got a call by them asking me if I had my application. I left the application with the recruiter and it had my account numbers, SSN and other personal information and then the recruiter told me that maybe the cleaning crew found it. WHAT? I had to change my bank account, cancel all my automatic bank drafts for utilities, fuel, credit cards etc.. Total incompetence.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Elizabeth City, NC/ Kitty Hawk, NC – November 11, 2016
Great place to work at i workd there under randy mills and i mean the guy knew his job and i performed well and was gradually learning, but not to his liking i believe i wasnt at the speed he was looking for but it would be great to get rehired.
Test Stand Supervisor (Current Employee) – Vilonia Ar – April 3, 2015
Cudd is a great company to work for, I have been with them for many years. I have learned a lot of great information and met a lot of wonderful people that will continue to grow from their experiences as well.