Long and stressful hours with little upper management support
Sanitation Manager (Former Employee) – LOUISVILLE KY – 16 January 2018
My personal experience; I had to prove myself over and over again to be one of the top managers. After 17 years without losing a client and troubleshooting other plants that were in jeopardy, there is no opportunity for promotion. When asked why I was not getting promoted, there never was a direct answer.
If you do a good job, You can be financially rewarded at bonus time
To be promoted, You have to be family or long time friend to someone in upper management
Floor Lead and Laborer (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – 6 January 2018
I left because the pay is very low and the work is very hard. Depending where you work is the time you work. They used me to work more than 14 hours in one shift. Management doesnt care for their work but on finishing and leaving. Most of the time you work 6-7 days a week.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Manitowoc, WI – 30 July 2017
PSSI, is a great opportunity for someone starting out with their 1st full time job. What PSSI lacks of is having time to spend with the family. We we're always at work 7 days a week. Great people to work with.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Stillmore, GA – 24 July 2017
It's okay depending on the the plant that you will be working at. Very fast pace and you could be working anywhere from 6 to 7 days a week. You will be working with chemicals ,high pressure hoses and a lot of climbing and bending. Sometimes you can be moved from one location to another one. You work in hot and cold conditions.
Sanitation Worker (Former Employee) – Kieler, WI – 5 July 2017
They are not organized at all and they are somewhat racist. They will have you working one day and then the next day your fired. I have been fired more than three times and they keep calling me back saying that they don't know why my supervisor keeps trying to fire me.
OPERATIONS MANAGER (Former Employee) – Hicksville, NY – 22 February 2017
Extremely busy work environment. The job is usually third shift. As an Operations/ Site Manager, my job was never done. Very demanding position which effected my personal life. Definitely an unforgettable experience.
Managed night shift sanitation crew at large meat plant
Manager (Former Employee) – Kentucky – 22 December 2014
Recruited, hired, trained and developed employees for night shift position with Sanitation Company. In charge of ordering all supplies and calculating chemical inventories and doing weekly payroll and distributing weekly salaries to employees.
Janitorial (Current Employee) – Henderson, KY – 4 April 2014
A typical day at work is fast paced, and constant. The management is boring. My co workers are hard to understand at times, since they don't speak English very well. The hardest part of the job is moving heavy machinery. There is not an enjoyable pat of my current job.
We would clean the factory and machines the whole shift
Sanitation Line Worker (Former Employee) – Hatfield, PA – 11 March 2014
Would get there at five PM, get dressed and start cleaning our sections. Sometimes there would be all types of layouts and machines, and we'd have to make sure everything was washed out until we would be motioned to move to the next designated area. Overall, I learned everything in the first few days, and than just kept on the doing the same thing. The co-workers were plenty in number, and a lot of them were very humble and great to talk to during lunch and breaks. The most enjoyable part of the job was finishing our shift, since we got to change from our wet uniforms to our dry clothes and than drive home, conversing with our co-workers.
Co-workers from diverse areas and of diverse backgrounds, long lunch
Physically very hard job, and we would always get wet while at work
Site Manager (Former Employee) – Ohio – 8 December 2013
I worked for PSSI two & a half years. Good stable job. My primary responsibility is to ensure that the facility is clean and sanitary, in all areas of the building. This included the production, office, break rooms and bathrooms. I oversaw eight employees in their area of responsibility as well as- •Supervised daily workloads, training staff, and handled performance reviews and - goal settings. •Overseen all sanitation functions for plant/shift. • Managed weekly payroll and plant billing sent to corporate office. •Ordered and managed usage of chemicals and supplies. Responsible for inventory tracking & safe chemical storage. •Daily documented sanitation progress and issues in need of attention. •Decided sanitary procedures and food safety adequacy. •Adhered to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs), Hazard analysis and critical control points, or HACCP, as well as Safe Quality Food (SQF). • Continuous problem solving with employee needs, and equipment/plant issues. •Monitored staff to reduce costs and increase efficiencies whenever possible. •Responsible for training all new sanitation workers in proper cleaning SSOPs, chemical use, and safety procedures. •Managed detailed cleaning tasks through sanitation work orders, and master sanitation schedules. •Daily correspondence withmore... plant Management, Quality Assurance, U.S.D.A, about progress or issues.less
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