Machine Operator (Former Employee), Winston-Salem, NC – November 15, 2013
Proficient commercial driver, team leader, HVAC technician, machine operator, stand up/ sitdown forklift operator , and business leader. Excel at inventory controls, basic computers, and marketing business services
Machine Operator (Former Employee), Greensboro, NC – October 29, 2013
Cons: healthcare, short breaks
a typical day was hard because I ran a laminating machine I never knew what I was going to have to do example set up machine with new copper or replacing copper as the ran out. machines used anywhere for 30 to 50 different rolls of thin copper wire. , last job I had was running and training temp workers to run connector machines. we had 3 different – more... machines for 1 connector, sometimes it became a hassle especially if Temp worker did not show up for. work. Co workers was wonderful enjoyed working with all of them. the best part of the day was when my shift was over and I knew I gave the company 100% or more. I took pride in all I did. – less
Cons: needed better training and updates on constant changes for their employees and needed to be cleaner.
Management fairly nice but not always informed of new changes. Could be stressful as heavy phone/monitoring expectations and very micromanaged. Had nice food and beverage/lunch areas. Good incentives for bonus pay. And great company benefits.
FORKLIFT OPERATOR (Former Employee), El Paso, TX – September 27, 2013
Pros: thirty minut break
Cons: two fifteen minut breaks
getting my cherry picker ready and check list. I learned how to be a picker and pic all types of different part numbers and how to ship out material and print documents. Managers were very understanding. Coworkers were very nice. Making sure not to print out the wrong documents. best part was brake every takes brake at the same time.
Tyco was a good company to be employed by but due to many corprate changes devested from it construction arm
Manager Electrical and Instrument division (Former Employee), Bangkok Thialand Darwin NT – September 19, 2013
Pros: great bonus scheme
Cons: constant change in corporate core values
As manager for the E/I side of the Thailand business was involved with day to day running of a successful electrical contracting business New opportunities especially in modular construction and requirements of many different governing bodies was a constant learning curve The team established over many years was experienced and very successes full Difficulties – more... found were the large staff changes required due to fluctuating work loads and global economic changes Most enjoyable part of the job was the People and the many large and varied projects completed. – less
Machine Operator (Former Employee), Norfolk, NE – August 24, 2013
Pros: great enviroment to work in, great pay and benefits
typical day: Machine operator working within specifications, making adjustments to the machine as needed what I learned: diversity running several different types of assembly machines management: helpful an interested in my advancement most enjoyable part of my job: working with kind and friendly associates who were team players
Maintenance Trainee (Former Employee), Bangalore, KA – August 21, 2013
Great place to work, they leave you alone and let you do your job. * Typical day, read schematics, wire panels * What I learned: Learned about different control systems, troubleshot projects, built machines * Management: never saw management above a certain level * Co-workers: great!! * Hardest part of job: getting up in the morning * Most enjoyable * – more... Learned programming PLC's and its maintenance – less
Pricing Manager (Former Employee), Round Rock, TX – August 10, 2013
Pros: great management
Cons: sold out to tyco
This was a start up by AMP INC, I enjoyed helping this company grow from 0$ per to a 12M dollar a year company. It had a solid Management staff, and I grew with it, started a quote department and be the Pricing Manager and this had me working the customers, suppliers, engineering. I enjoyed my time there.