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Outdated equipment, constant system failures, poor working conditions, and moldy.

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I don't include it on my resume. I'd rather say I wasn't working than explain why I was desperate enough to work there

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I don’t think so. I will say however this negative review isn’t as much towards Superior as it is towards Global Foundries. Superior I have neither positive or negative things to mention, they just don’t really get involved with anything past the hiring process. Global however is a different story. As a contractor in logistics the first thing you should be aware of is holidays. You will absolutely, 100% be not only expected to work holidays but required to do so. I’m sure you’re thinking great, I’ll make a little extra money. Sadly that’s not the case. You make 15$/an hour, on holidays you still only make 15$ an hour while all the Global Foundries employees make time and a half AND an additional 8 hours of straight time. If you have an emergency and can’t make it to work or it’ll set you back a couple hours, your job could surely and most likely be on the line. Now when it actually come down to your actual job it varies. Working in the clean room everyone typically pulls their fair share of the weight. There’s a heavy emphasis on team work. Now the iffy situation really comes from the warehouse. Now at the warehouse being a contractor means you’re going to be doing all the work the Global employees don’t want to do. So when you go out to do deliveries expect whole heartedly to be moving a delivering very heavy items. And while you’re delivering these very heavy items, the Global employee will very likely be there watching you. You won’t be trusted enough to have access to anything you need to actually accomplish your job. If you’re picking orders you really get the short end of the stick. You’ll be caught in a never ending grind answering calls trying to fill a never ending amount of orders all while being under staffed and over worked. The tools they provide are never inspected and frequently don’t work as intended and hazardous, dangerous materials are stored in what many feel are unsafe locations. Management at Global is really a coin toss. There are a few good seeds and a few bad seeds. There a couple of individuals that come to mind who are very understanding and they would give you the shirt off their back. They will help you develop and grow with the hope you will eventually convert over to Global Foundries. On the other hand there are a few people in management that are sincerely the lowest people on Earth. They look at contractors as if the were ants, just go ahead and stomp them out, more are sure to come out of the hill. You request a holiday off, BAM you’re gone a replacement is on the way, you get pulled over and you’re 10 minutes late for work, BAM you’re gone, a replacement is on the way. As a contractor you will always be 100% expendable. Organization and communication at Global is almost non existent. A huge issue i personally had was starting over at Global. You go threw a week of “training” which boils down to watching hour of videos about things that literally have nothing to do with your job. When you get past your week of “training” you’re tossed right into where ever you’re assigned with little to no idea of what hat you need to do. Don’t plan on being able to successfully do your job for at least a solid month.

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2 weeks, fairly quick and painless

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Never. Lucky if your paycheck comes within 30 days of due date

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Pretty good, you get about 2 weeks plus a couple personal days.

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