everyone is so friendly and supportive of each other's work. the company succeeds consistently and has a great business model. I would recommend anyone for a job a Piedmont. They have handfuls of people who have been there 20+ years, and that is a sign of a good organization!
Certified Forklift driver (Former Employee) – San Leandro, CA – 5 January 2018
The staff is great and there is opportunity to work your way up. the benefits are good and the company is well established. You are able to learn a lot of different skills and work with the public quite a bit.
Order Selector (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – 24 December 2017
Orders usually are given out early to see what the work load looks like for the day. Site manager comes out and talks utter nonsene. Always trying to change the way to work for the day. Has no peoples skill. Co workers are great.
Internship (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – 5 November 2017
My Internship Expirence spent at Piedmont Plastics was short but has benefitted for long terms. I grew expirence on Media Design and a compliant Customer Service based apon the companies eligibilty from my work output.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – 17 August 2017
A typical day at work was very enjoyable as long as you're okay with being on your feet and moving most of the day. Orders would come in and products would be manufactured then shipped and processed and that process would repeat throughout the day. Other tasks such as maintaining a clean work environment, etc etc. Overall the job itself was good for financial stability and regular hours.
Free lunch somedays, great co-workers, wonderful management
A growing company that was very busy. I had the opportunity to advance in the company and learned management skills and well as improving time management skills. I was very successful at this company but found that my passion was in accounting rather than supervision. The people were great and we did have fun times around the holidays.
Free Lunches when we had a good month in profit.
67 hours/week was to long, did not have enough time with family.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – 5 January 2017
This is a great plastic manufacturing company with good benefits and business is good. The people are great. I loved my job but the hours I put in (60 hours/week) was to much for me. I did enjoy the monthly luncheons they provided.
Warehouse Manager (Former Employee) – Wheeling, IL – 15 November 2016
Was a great place to work,family type atmosphere.Everyone help each other out.I started as just 1 person in shipping and quickly grew us into a crew of 5 becoming the warehouse manager. Management always created new position for me so they could give me another promotion. Hardest part was keeping up with supplies, best part was, no matter how hard the day was going to be,
warehouse worker (Former Employee) – Greensboro,NC – 26 March 2015
There was nothing to hard at this job because the job and the environment was great and i enjoyed my days there. My co-worker helped me learn the job and were everything was. The only hard part of this job was just learning your on cover so that it was easier for you to do the job but I love everything about this job. Would go back if I was still living in Greensboro.
Overall was a good place to work. Good and fun employees around me and fun to work with daily.
Warehouse material puller (Former Employee) – Daytona Beach, FL – 16 January 2014
A typical day at work consisted of pulling customer orders, loading and unloading trucks. Stored materials. Moved material throughout warehouse using a forklift and pallet jack. Packaged and shipped items via UPS and Fed Ex. Performed inventory on an annual basis's. Maintain inventory levels throughout the year to insure proper inventory levels during annual inventory. Most enjoyable part of this job was the guys that I worked with everyday. The hardest part of this job was dealing with certain management daily.
1 hour lunch. Vacation/holiday's. Time off for appointments without using personal time.
Phones, accounting, inventory, stock, purchasing...all part of a days work. I became more organized and confident in the many facets of my position. Take charge was a duty and I did what I had to do to get the job done.
Most of my co-workers are excellent, the only ones that annoyed me are those who lazy and don't do enough to help the company and our branch excel.
Hardest would be keeping the customer satisfied with us still making a profit.
Enjoyable would be the work itself. Really enjoy the detailed job.
The company offered great benefits, great shifts, close from home, great managers and co-workers, the hardest part was to learn about the plastic industry. It was a relax inside sale office enviroment.