Temporary worker (Former Employee), Brookville, OH – January 16, 2014
Pros: you get multiple breaks
Cons: long hours
You get a decent paying job, but the work wasn't great and it was only temporary work. The company rarely had temp-to-hire positions. Even if a person was hired, they still would make the same wage as when they were temporary workers.
Vassing/Picker (Former Employee), Greenville, OH – January 14, 2014
Kellys is a temp to hire staffing agency. A day at work as a temp was great. Enjoyed position with company that I was placed with very much. I learned from management that the local branch needs more training in order to keep employees coming back. They have issues with payroll. My paycheck was not correct week after week. Trying to resolve issue with – more... branch management was difficult was told many different results. Certain members of staff was rude – less
Sr. Manufacturing Process Technician (Current Employee), Puerto Rico, CN – January 12, 2014
Pros: minimun supervision
Cons: temporary job
Nice and easy going environment, supportive group. I learned about the BioTechnology processes, the asceptic technics and the science behind the creation of news cells for cures and treatment for serious deseases. The Management group is very respectful to all workers and associates and the coworkers are great. I don't have a hard or dificult job because – more... everything responds to technology. I really enjoy my job because it's new to me. – less
outboud packer (Former Employee), Champaign, IL – January 10, 2014
Pros: you can move up
Cons: short breaks, can take naps on lunch or breaks, bad management
To even work there you have to start of by being a temp which pretty muched sucked! But there was no grace period. I was let go because i had the stomach flu and even though i had a doctors note and let them know hours ahead of time the still let me go
Accounts Receivable/Cash Applications (Former Employee), Golden Valley, MN – January 3, 2014
Typical day consisted of identifying reasons why incoming payments were either over-paid, short-paid -- why credits were being taken, etc. Learned how to manage the application of these payments through a unique/dos-looking program. Hardest part was remembering all of the screens to maneuver between and all of the "short" keys. Most enjoyable part was – more... how most days were plenty busy and there was always something to learn. – less
Dryer Assembler (Former Employee), Marion, OH – January 2, 2014
Pros: fun environment
Cons: no job stability, no benefits
A typical day consisted of assembling dryers working as a team memebr. I learned many different skill sets and there is a lot of opportunity to grow within the company. Co-workers weren't always patient with new hires or temporary employees when it came to learning a new skill set. The hardest part of the job was the toll it takes on your body. Standing/stooping/bending/lifting/kneeling – more... repetitively for 8 hours can take it's toll out on your body. The most enjoyable part of the job was all the different facets of working on an assembly line and getting to know the people you worked with. – less
Machine Operator (Current Employee), Greensboro, NC – December 30, 2013
a fast pace, productive company. Learned how to operate many machines including EBC-460, PVA, Mid 6F, which are all injection molding machines.the people are easy to work with and very helpful. I enjoy going to work to learn more.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Kent, WA – December 26, 2013
Pros: great co workers and steady job. worked 6 hours. a day
Made service calls for Panasonic to respond to customers needing help on repairing their products purchases. Great management team. Great co workers. Was looking for a permanent job is why I left company.
SR. MECHANICAL ENGINEER - Contractor to Hospira (Current Employee), Lake Forest, IL – December 22, 2013
At Hospira I learned a lot about design of complex electro-mechanical medical devices (Infusion Pumps).The management and co-worker were very good to work with. Their are friendly and helpful and very good technical engineers.
Production Technician (Former Employee), Canton, MS – December 16, 2013
Pros: elible for great benefits
Cons: no union, no justice, no understanding, dont follow the rules in the handbook
A typical day at work was full of drama. It felt like I was in high school again. I learned if you don't make friends there no one will be honest or have your back. My manager wasn't concerned about people gossiping or work bullying each other because it was done to him as well. A few of the coworkers of mine were very pleasant others very disrespectful. – more... The job was very easy as long as I kept up with the production line. And I can say I enjoyed being able to pay my bills on time. – less