Assembly Line Worker (Current Employee) – Mission, TX – April 17, 2018
Management is very helpfully with any problems when run into. Always able to learn something new and move forward in the company. They have many jobs available for people to try and get comfortable with.
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Greenfield, IN – April 16, 2018
I would go in at 8pm go to my line am we would do a little exercisers before we start then our team leader would tell us where we would be. We would switch spots three different times through out the shift so we wont get tired quick
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Rancho Cucamonga, CA – April 6, 2018
A manual laid back work environment. Felt like a mom & pop operation. Overall it was a nice job to have, a nice place to work. The warehouse manager was a workaholic and sometimes the expectations were unfairly balanced.
Work hours accomodating
Warehouse manage was a workaholic and sometime the expectations were unfairly balanced
enjoy the great benefits for the short time you are there
MECHANICAL ENGINEER (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – April 6, 2018
Many middle managers are excellent, including mine while employed there, but the company constantly cuts cost by letting anyone who makes a good salary for their experience go in favor of newer, less experienced people who will work for less. This happened just as I was going to work there, and happened again within a month of my leaving. I saw the handwriting on the wall and left before I got caught up in the next wave of layoffs and firings. Managers there constantly undermine and backstab each other. The ones who don't, such as mine, are easy victims for the rest. It's a company culture that is toxic in the long term, but you get great benefits for the short time you are there.
,Machine Operator/ Assembler (Current Employee) – Fort Mill, SC – April 4, 2018
you cannot excel at this company. and the pay is not compatible to cost of living. I will not refer anyone to work here, because you will have to work as a temporary employee for a year before being considered employed and there are no benefits.
Supply Chain Leader (Former Employee) – Gorham, ME – March 28, 2018
Work life balance is terrible at the Gorham, ME facility. Forced overtime situations for hourly employees has created low morale and the middle management team is driven to make "the numbers" at the expense of the employee's and their family's time.
New management at the facility lacks the understanding that the biggest asset within the four walls are the associates.
Great people with a long history with the organization willing to help and teach new comers.
Long hours, forced OT more often than not, lack of positive reinforcement from senior management.
Machinist Helper (Former Employee) – Oak Grove, OR – March 25, 2018
I do not have anything to contribute to this section. It is not my place to evaluate this company because I no longer work there and have no knowledge of their current practices or if they are even in business anymore. Plus I do not want to expose myself to any liability.
After doing this job for seventeen years it put a lot of wear on me physically. I want a new job opportunity! I am currently in school and I have a lot of late nights. I have to be to work at five a.m. and stand for ten hours. It’s not a bad job, but standing in one place all day has taken a toll on my knee. I want to be moving and active as much as possible.
On-Site Supervisor (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 14, 2018
I diligently worked to facilitate an appropriate and productive communication tunnel between the CEO and the laborers on the floor. The CEO at the facility that I was stationed was very active and wanted to see the floor everyday. I attended every meeting and coordinated the meetings to address the problems viewed earlier and initiate the resolution process.