Pros: benefits are good if you can afford them
Cons: while everyone hopes this new project will take off, . you can seriously tell everyone doubts it. so i have my doubts this plant will take off again.
This has to be one of the worst companies I ever worked for.
This plant is on their last leg.
The management actually insults the people on the floor, and talks about how they use to do drugs on the job.
The management has no real hopes that this company will be around in the area in 6 months to a year. (They lost ONE contract, and went from 750+ people to 36 a few months ago.)
The company virtually has no systems in place to actually move forward with their current project, other than try and see what happens.
The company uses a remote connection for all their systems. This means you get – more... log out of their systems all the time, the info is only goes down a line, there is a lot of lag, and it takes 4 hours (not joking) to do a 20 minute job.
The company has a horrible problem with just leaving things out, and having metal shavings all over the place on FOD free zones.
You only get a 15 min break
You will be counted late if you are 4 min late, and you will get a point against you if you come in 10 min before your shift.
(You can get 1 point per hour, and you will lose your job after 25 points)
The worst part about this is the clock in/out things don't work half the time.
The pay vs work is not there (so you may not be able to afford the benefits)
Both the people on the floor and the management will lie to your face. Even more so when there is no way to fact check what they are talking about.
You will get be punish for using your vacation days.
There is a complete segregation between the blue-collar and white-collar workers. To the point where many of these rules ONLY apply to the blue-collar workers.
White-collar workers can leave the building when they eat, come and go, keep their mobile devices with them, and dress however they want. – less