Commercial Class A Route Driver (Former Employee) – South Windsor, CT – October 27, 2015
what can I say it was a great place to work. Manager was demanding but it brought out the best in everyone to get the job done. In 2008 we went accident and injury free. only left because a better opportunity had presented itself to me.
Driver (Current Employee) – Lancaster, NY – May 17, 2018
The office staff big wigs are running it into the ground. Taking everything from the workers and giving better bonuses to them selves. Taking needed equipment away and placing in other locations because they play favorites. Poor management decisions in the higher up jobs. Local manager is ok. Decent insurance and days off and 401k.
Good benefits, time off, uniform and boots
Poor woork morale, no equipment. No care from management. Poor work environment. Ask to much for so little
If you ever get the chance of starting with a small, but upcoming company, I highly recommend it. I went far in this company, leading all electronic activities. I led management meetings, trained all Electronic Technicians from all states that recycle, and so much more. I was in the right place at the right time, and thrived!
TOMRA of North America was yet another young and upcoming company that I had the honor to start with. It was an honor to walk into work and greet the President, Chief Executive Officer, and Chief Financial Officer daily. How many companies exist today that you not only see the President daily but he is actually generally interested in what you have to say as a Technician? That was the TOMRA that I remember. Work was always done on time and rarely was there a mistake made. It was no surprise when our stock split three times in one year. I landed the role of Repair Supervisor six month after I started. I trained all the Electronic Technicians from the US States as seen on top of an empty beverage container. Exciting only begins to describe my role at TOMRA.