XLC Services Employee Reviews
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Don't work for XLC because it takes you forever to get a raise. The work is simply but it's very strenuous they don't pay you enough for the kind of work that they expect you to do. They have given their employees a 90-day raise yes they have given their employees a raise and will take it back, I have never heard this ever happening but XLC made it happen and they already very short of employees. People are leaving everyday and they just don't care about the people that work for them.
Worst company I’ve ever worked for. No organization or communication whatsoever. Something that is standard procedure one day will suddenly be against company policy the next. Managers are terrible and lack leadership.
It’s a paycheck
Put you work on days you off without asking you can work on your day off,poor management,feel safe,typical work day,easy job to do,some people can do every thing and no one tell them noting because they are leads favorites
Short breaks and poor managment
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These people do not care about what you have going on in life. They’ll have you working 7 days out of the week if they could and they have. 8 points for the whole year, and with a rollback every year from when you got the point. There was a small raise, but you aren’t properly compensated for what you do there. Also they won’t tell you if someone you were near had COVID and they won’t stop production and sanitize either.
Work-life balanceWork-life balance at XLC Services is great.Pay & benefitsMy pay and benefits at XLC Services are average.Job security and advancementIn terms of job security at XLC Services, I think excellent. I don't worry.ManagementIn general, managers at XLC Services are knowledgable and understanding.CultureCollaboration with my colleagues at XLC Services is awesome. We work great together.OverallMy experience working at XLC Services has been enjoyable. I am constantly learning and my job is progressive.
Productive, lively and and clean workplace. We work as a team for the success of the company. We have break three times, 20 minutes twice and 35minutes. Mi
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I no longer work for XLC but would go back in a minute I had to leave due to family issues but working for XLC in proctors and gamble costomazations was awsome from the easiest to the hardest I totally loved working there and was heartbroken when I had to leave thank you.
Very easy laid back job. A lot of drama between office and warehouse. No room to advance unfortunately. Management is extremely nice and helpful. But some just come in a collect and check and not care about what they do. Only advice is Doesn’t matter if you put 5 things away Or 100 things away. Just go at your own pace
Work environment was to much for me. Had to walk a long path to the back of the plant, cross a railroad track and walk another long path just to enter the factory. It is the same with walking from each of the breakrooms in the plant either just to go to break for 15 min which was only about a 7 min break and lunch break for 30min which is only about 20min. Working with some of the people in the plant was ok but you have a lot of regular employees that try to act like managers or supervisors and dictate you only because they feel they've been there longer than you. Employees who get mad because the work paste is not of there paste either yell or try to do you're job are a pain and annoying. The pay wasn't that bad, but if you're trying to look for a job that pays well for family and are benefit and family friendly, this job isn't for you. This job is more like for people who are in high school or who are just starting out in the work force. They tell you that this job is really a career but that's a lie, the chances of you getting a job advancement or promotion in this place is slim to none. They also tell you that the security is top notch and you have to get checked as if you your at a military base or airport, but that's another lie to, all I did was take my badge and scan it at the gate and get in and the same coming out after walking though a medal detector with a security guard sitting there in the room. I came a across a lady who said she's been there for 4 years and another for 15 or 17 years (don't remember which) who never even got a raise or promotion. If you would - more...
Hired as a fork lift driver. The most time spent on a fork lift was taking the test. Which was less than 5 mins. After I was put on the most non stop arduous physical tasks. I put up with that for months until I quit. After leaving a receive a call from HR asking why. So I told them how I wasn't hired on as labor. As well I informed them that I broke their code of how they hired most of the entire staff as fork drivers. To which he called me a liar. Fact is. ..that is the only way they can keep people. You are treated as a second rate worker. Forced to use a separate parking lot that's as far as possible away from the building as possible.In in a dirt lot passed the 100s of empty P&G spots. On top of that you do not receive the benefits of the real P&G workers.. And are give a percentage of their pay while working in more volitile conditions under whip and scrutiny. I would also like to add I was less than 5 mins late on one occasion. Which lead to a meeting with xlcs hr people. Who was belittling and in lesser words said he would have to walk me out and fight with me. That place and job is a joke. P&G uses cheap labor without benefits and pay to cut corners. American greed at its finest.
They will provide very little training before throwing you on a line and expecting you to know what to do. Yelling is constant by management, security and other workers. Very stressful environment, fast paced and you will be expected to know what to do from day 1, whether its navigating the plant or keeping up with work with little to no training. Expect to work 6-7 days a week with long stretches of 13-19 days in a row with no days off. Points accumulate depending how much they like or dont like the employee. Favortism and very low work ethic here. The only plus to this job is they do offer 1st, 2nd or 3rd shift and 12 hour shifts