Press Operator/Finisher (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – September 20, 2017
I came in through a temp. service and was hired right away. i started as a Finisher, doing quality control of prints/labels on industrial machines and delivering the finished product to shipping. Eventually i moved up to a flexo pressman position working on medical devices. The company relocated our sector to buffalo and I moved with them (and got paid well to do so). working with medical devices means lots of paper work and procedures to ensure quality. my favorite part was helping the QC and management make a new procedure, they really listened to their work force and allowed us to be creative when working on a new product. the hardest part of the job was getting uniforms and having to wear hair nets. I've met some of the greatest people while working there and i went from a teenager to a mother in my 8 years at Tapecon. I quit because i decided to go back to school and i had gone as far as i could in my career there.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – September 6, 2016
Iove tapecon it was a family environment.They give me the opportunity to work on every machine,fast pace.It was not work for me but a second home to me..I love working hard and being challenge.tapecon give me that!
Customer service representative (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – December 16, 2015
I have been a member of the Tapecon family for 10 years. This company has Value! Work life balance is great. Being a family run business, Tapecon knows what is most important! Our staff is engaged and works very well together to get the job done!
Benefits, Vacation time, room for advancement, Share the profit program.
Finishing Inpector (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – June 4, 2013
Inspecting products for various companies and preparing them for shipment. Co-workers were fine, a little bit on the stressful side for everyone but we overcame it. Deadlines were the hardest to beat. The most enjoyable part of the job. Getting what we set out to do, accomplishing it, so we can move on.