we have soccer fill and soccer team , golf event every year
Assembly Line Worker , inspection (Current Employee), St. Thomas, ON – September 29, 2014
Pros: we have great food in cafeteria for good prize !
Cons: 8 hours with one 15 min. break and 25 min lunch some area have overtime
Every day working with hourly rotation , make easy and enjoyment , new day always bringing something new always learning something new , never born , from team leader to G. M we have a great time we are one team one family , one big family try work best like one harmony , nothing is to hard when team work together , we working hard and smart , line – more... is open , station is follow workers is close and a lot fan , happy family ! – less
Die Setter (Former Employee), Salisbury, NC – June 4, 2014
Cons: short breaks
this place is very hard to work for. our hours is earthier a 12 or 16 hour shift. not at home a lot to spend time with the family. take molds off pre heat, put molds on die sled, put molds into press, bolt molds to top of press, take out die sled, set the mold on the ground, unbold straps that's holding the molds together, left up press, bolt molds – more... to the floor, put in stumps so that the imc ( paint ) can left up to shoot the imc in, the stumps range in weight from 20lbs to 200lbs, hook up the steem and the hydraulics. then got to the next press. witch we had to do 8 to 10 mold changes a shift. all coworkers know what we were all supposed to do and were all coordinated with each other. – less
Challenging, interesting but stressful with a negative rooted culture
Mould Shop Quality Manager (Current Employee), Banbury, ENG – May 16, 2014
A strong negative culture exists that is counter productive to achieving high quality standards and lowering scrap production. New tooling is below the companies own standards and is conducive to producing scrap. Each working day is interesting and challenging, if sometimes a little stressful. As with any company, co-workers are a mixed bag, most however – more... being very decent hard working and knowledgeable. – less
it was a very productive place and it was non stop.
Machine Operator/Assembler (Former Employee), Piedmont, SC – May 6, 2014
My typical day was running a machine, stoning, and operating a crane so I was busy. I learned what hard work was there and leadership. the hardest part was doing our line change which was very heavy at times.
press operater (Former Employee), Saint Clair, MI – November 26, 2013
Pros: payed ever week
Cons: takes to long to get benafits
Typical day was long and fasted paced and if ever thing ran smooth it was a good day. Learned could work three weeks with out a day off. Management was hit and miss. The hardest part was not really seeing my family cause we worked so much. The most enjoyable part was getting paid ever week.