Logistics Specialist (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – June 23, 2015
Cons: No Advancement and pay
Highly accomplished accuracy cycle counter ,strongly skilled in logistics.Has a strong track record in logistics.
Delivering top performance in cycle counting. Possess a broad spectrum of experience in military logistics as well as
Training ,responsibility ,accountability and attendance. Ability to competence,physical fitness,military bearing leadership.
Worked with clients to ensure that all goals and objectives are met to ensure the highest levels of
accuracy and timeliness. Highly motivated professional that excels working in a fast-paced environment. Possess over 20 years in logistics, providing excellence in understanding the in and out of logistics.Providing the right products to problem solving.Skilled communicator and cycle counter ,focused ,reliable and has built a reputation of providing exceptional logistics planning.Consenus builder with strong integrity. Respected professional with a reputation of integrity and epic work ethic. Handling outgoing calls ,coordinate and performed on regular basis ensuring that 100% of available storage locations are counted in each calendar year. Inventory control supervisor,with the logistics controller,while developing, count schedule that supports goal of counting storage locations.Established guidelines and procedure for verifying the accuracy of physical inventory and records and balances.Additionally,define approval requirements for processing inventory adjustments. Lead role in training new hires,while supervising them until permanent job placement. Observed discrepancies following situations that will or not qualify.Audit worksheets ,trigger an unplanned count if the value of the discrepancy is greater than 500.Receiving and packing unloaded trucks ,Is an strong substantial logistics expert.
Associate Engineer (Current Employee), Plymouth, MI – June 15, 2015
Pros: Brand name
Very stretched working hours. Nothing was organised properly. It is very difficult to maintain work-life balance for a working mom. Their expectation is a software engineer should work super fast to compensate delayed caused by Admin, IT or HR.
Good place to work but would like to work closer to home.
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee), Albion, IN – June 12, 2015
Pros: Company supply's all tools
Cons: Sometimes no break or lunch.
I work 2nd shift, this is the shift I like to work the most. I'm fortunate to work with many great co-workers. We make a great team and learn new skills every day from each other. Every day is a new learning experience. We are a just in time automotive suppler. Lots of setups and mold changes.
Hardest part is it a very hot environment to work in.
Enjoyable part is getting to learn new things every day and feeling like you have accomplished something ant the end of the day.
This was a great place to work everyday presented a new challenge and the work enviroment was always positive
Legal Assistant (Former Employee), Havre, MT – May 29, 2015
I worked 8-5 M-F I learned how to create countless legal documents. Management was great to work with, they always provide a positive environment and encouraged employees to use their open door policy to discuss any concerns. I had wonderful co-workers always willing to help each other finish project deadlines if needed. The most challenging part of my position was Montana Water Rights Court as the case load was massive. The most enjoyable part of my position was working with clients one on one to help them resolve conflicts.
Machine Operator/Assembler (Current Employee), Anderson, SC – May 28, 2015
Pros: good work environment
Cons: short breaks
A typical day at work would be hard working people getting the job done while enjoying and sharing laughs with co-workers. Learning that there will be mistakes made controlling as a team is how you accomplish production in the day.
Bosch is a great place to work, it just has long hours, As an operator you never know if you will have a weekend off until Friday. This makes it hard to have a home life. Bosch does offer great benefits, and job security.
Point System Production Leader (Former Employee), Anderson, SC – May 11, 2015
This was a very organized place to work. Bosch had great benefits and compensation was good. Co-workers were friendly and was very helpful. The hardest part of the job was working third shift. The most enjoyable part of the job was the people I worked with. The management team motivated us to be our best.
Production Technician (Former Employee), Anderson, SC – April 20, 2015
Pros: Some very good people to work with on the production floor..
Cons: Work and Family balance was not good.
Good job. First expereince in manufacturing facility. A lot was learned. Co-workers worked well together when needed. Friendly. Job was good was not very hard. Enjoyable part was working with production operators and getting to know them.
Intern (Former Employee), Germany – March 15, 2015
Pros: cheap lunch, interesting project topic
Cons: many managers with poor leadership skills, very small compensation
Manager did not have leadership or organizational skills required by their position. Very difficult to move forward with project due to constant changing of goals and lack of explanation for changes. The colleagues were great and offered help and support when it was needed.