What is it like to work at Zotos International?

3.0Work/Life Balance
2.8Job Security/Advancement
If you're looking for a solid job that pays well
Written by Line Operator/Material Handler/Supervisor (Former Employee) from Geneva, NY on June 12, 2018
Not a bad place to work, the environment is usually pretty fun. The work day lengths tend to change, from 8 hours, 10 hours, and 12 hours. Once hired full time, employees get a fair amount of vacation time and other benefits that you might not get at other jobs, although sometimes it takes a while to get hired on full time. One problem is that there - more ... isn't always great communication between departments, or between managers/supervisors/workers. One of the nice things is it's really hard to actually get to a point where you would get let go if you're a good worker; they tend to want to hang on ... - less
ProsGood benefits, decent break time, nice break room/cafeteria.
ConsEmployees often don't get enough training.
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