Onsite Liaison (Current Employee), Ford Canada, Oakville, ON – March 10, 2014
Pros: business relationships, made some changes for the company
Cons: long hours, low pay, no benefits, no job security
busy job, but the pay is too low and always alot of layoffs. people were good to work with, lots of demand to fix issues of shipping errors. hardest part of my job is when the company made huge mistakes and I had to deal with Ford Canada Management to fix them.
Quality Liaison (Current Employee), Lordstown, OH – December 5, 2014
The type of customers there tended to be over 50 years of age and as a result the atmosphere was fairly easy-going and casual. The small staff and budget cuts made for a challenging job when putting on events.
Operate machinery (Former Employee), Austintown, OH – November 19, 2014
I worked third shift which was from 11pm to 7am and I absolutely loved my hours, it gave me more time throughout the day plus I was going to college so it was really helpful. I learned how to communicate better with my co-workers, perform well in a fast paced environment and adapt to policy changes.
Team Leader (Former Employee), Austintown, OH – November 19, 2014
Pros: close to my home
Cons: short breaks, little pay raise
A typical day arriving at Comprehensive Logistics was jumping up on a tow motor, getting it in and getting it out. I've learned how to train new hires, print labels, drive tow motor, use machines, and run a assembly line. Supervisors were at there best ability. The hardest part of that job was trying to hit quota when you have that one person that wasn't – more... a team player. Being able to meet good people was an enjoyable part of the job. – less
IT Support Supervisor (Current Employee), Kansas City, KS – October 28, 2014
Pros: little to no supervision
Cons: only technician on site
A typical day at work consist of managing scanners, thermal printers, laser printer, desk tops and laptop computers, network monitoring and bandwidth monitoring. As an IT support supervisor I manage a one million square feet plant that consist of 50 - 60 employees and more than 30 desk top computers and scanners. This company is a third party logistics – more... company that sequence car parts for General Motors, Ford, and our most recent client John Deere. We use a inventory program(Streme) that automatically build loads, take inventory and monitor the activities of our employees. We have off site plants that I also monitor and in some cases I have to remote into a desk top to fix computer issues, such as password changes, internet connection failures, etc. – less
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee), Austintown, OH – March 2, 2014
Cons: mandatory overtime and no breaks
Very fast paced work and very long hours. Management there was young and treated many workers unfairly. Overtime was mandatory. Overall, the only thing decent was some of the health benefits. Not an enjoyable place to work. Very stressful and workers were not appcreiated
stressful workplace and lack of respect between management and hourly employees
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee), Austintown, OH – November 17, 2013
Pros: no pros here
Cons: no breaks and extreme stress
Overall, the place was an extremely stressful place to work as a supervisor. I disagreed with the way the upper management talked down to their hourly employees. I do not feel foul language is needed to express yourself with those working for you. I refused to talk to my teams that way. You can be firm and fair without abusive language. That just created – more... tension between the workers and management. I would work 14hrs a day straight without breaks, literally almost running from one side of the building to the other to put out the next hot issue. Not a place I would recommend to work – less
Local Semi-truck driver (Former Employee), Lansing, MI – June 30, 2013
Pros: easy job
Cons: bad equipment, no guaranteed lunch break.
Comp Log provides the worst equipment in the business for their employees to drive. It is literally held together with zip ties. The cabs are beyond filthy with food, beverage, and ashes everywhere. The seats are disintegrating beneath you with nasty, dirty foam right against your clothes. The job isn't bad, they deliver automotive parts to GM in the – more... Lansing, MI area. It's really easy work. Takes no thought, if that's what you're in to. The driver is the scape goat for any and every problem that arises. You can't trust management even if you're looking them in the eye. – less