unethical management with no regards to anyones life outside of work
A person who cares (Current Employee) – Norcross, GA – 1 February 2017
Although this company is a great place to work and the co-workers are exceptional, the management tends to forget the importance of YOUR life, the fact that you are sometimes forced to work these mandatory days even on your day off says a lot about the general care of your well being and health, the fact that management seems to be fine with the factory workers working on a 7 day coverage while office personnel enjoy's their weekends resting assured that all will be taken care of tells me that there is no integrity or loyalty. life can really be great with a company like this, the pay is comfortable and very competitive over time, but the upper management needs to reconsider their approach on quantity versus quality, they need to go back to a 5 day coverage and give people their lives back so that they can reboot and come back rested and prepared to give 120% safely without incidents or they ALL need to be in there working a 7 day coverage like everyone else.
Wiring machine operator (Former Employee) – Carrollton, GA – 20 April 2017
Not so good a place to work for has bad breath and poor S6 and cleaning it bathrooms are to clean workplace area doesn't seem to be too safe the equipment is old you do not have to wear safety boots it is not a good form of organizacion to be organized
Production (Current Employee) – Carrollton GA – 29 March 2015
This company will work you 7 days a week, 8 and 12 hour days, no rest in between. My family has not seen my husband in the last 12 days. He has only gotten 2 off days in the last month, one of which he had to use a vacation day just to get a day off. Ridiculous! HR and management obviously do not care about their employees mental, physical, or emotional well-being in the least!! Beware!!
Hours, scheduling, lack of empathy and support from management
Field Service Engineer (Current Employee) – Norcross, GA – 9 May 2012
OFS had a history of having leading innovations in the fiber and cable industry. They are currently still striving for that goal. Although the product portfloio is not as deep as some competitors they seem to be comfortable to leave it this way. Unfortunately I fear the culture has not adapted to todays business model and still feel more chiefs are needed than indians.
pay is ok for the work, mgmt. are unhuman dictators, don't use sick says or vaction day if u wan job sec. hectic schedule u will have no life.
production specialist (Former Employee) – norcross – 12 April 2012
everyday same routine 5min meeting then off to your work assignment. honestly there isnt much to learn here.mgmt is insensitive regardless of death in family, sick children or whatever. your co-workers are what make it worth going each day they are like family. hardest part of the job is dealing with the mgmt. team or having a problem and finding someone outside of their circle which stems off into the HR dept. to help you. most enjoyable part of the day is 30 min a day you spend with co-workers at lunch. breaks are so short and the walk is so long that most don't even take them.
easy work, co-workers are fun
13min brks, 30min lunch, bathroom and nurse visits on your time, long walk to break area