Safety Coordinator (Former Employee), Crystal Lake, Iowa – May 17, 2013
Site was staffed with 30 direct hires and 63 subcontractor employees. Iron workers, millwrights, welders, pipe fitters, electricians and scaffold builders. Conducted safety meetings regarding workplace concerns and problems to solve. Supervised work areas to ensure that safety regulations were followed by all employees. Responsible for training new – more... employees on company policies and procedures. – less
line worker (Former Employee), Brockville, On – November 8, 2013
Going in early and starting line work right away. I have learned how to make cough syrup and other medication. We always had different managers due to shift work always rotating but all the ones i have worked with have been great to there staff. I enjoyed working with the co-workers they helped out a lot if i needed the help on something. the hardest – more... part of my job was standing for 8-12 hours straight on cement floors. The most enjoyable part of my job was getting to see how everything works and was made. – less
Labourer at Ferrero Chocolate Factory. (Former Employee), Brantford, ON – July 10, 2013
Pros: excellent work ethic
It was pretty good . Called into work an got there in time and the bosses were excellent and good work ethic. The employers had a good work ethic...and that is the way it should be. They put me where they knew i was able to work and i was fit to work. I would work for this company again.
Pharmacy Associate (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – August 19, 2012
Excellent team to guide and motivate and work. The pharmacy staff dispenses prescriptions accurately, delivers medication to all the units of the hospital in all the floors. Manages inventory and orders according to the pharmacy policy.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee), Flint, MI – December 10, 2013
A typical day work was spent loading and unloading rotors(20-50lbs) onto and off assembly lines. I enjoyed working with my co-workers, management was not so great we would get let out late for brakes and have to report back early.
Receptionist (Former Employee), Lansing, MI – November 19, 2013
This company was able to work at getting me a job based on hardly any work history, due to being mostly a stay at home mom. They also were very understanding due to health issues as to why I couldn't complete any work tasks after being diagnosed with Cancer in 2009.
driver (Former Employee), illinois – October 30, 2013
People need to stop working for places like this and companies who pay cr ap wages.people need to wake up and see that our wages are going down and profits are going up.and the more we give the more they will take.
enjoyed my training in a new career experience and change
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee), Tawas City, MI – October 3, 2013
Pros: when it was hot they supplied pop sickles and ice
started a 7am with usually no product for us to work with management was very unprofessional, co worker's no team effort to much drama the hardest part was waiting for our product to arrive on the trucks most enjoyable was learning a new experience .
Recruiting Assistant (Current Employee), Davenport – September 29, 2013
A good company and great people. Recruit applicants for open positions and fulfill the needs for the clients. This position is rewarding because you make a difference in people's lives by finding them employment.