C.R. Plastic Products Employee Reviews
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Management likes to work people till they break, and then flaunt the law with untrained HR's and the inexperienced management they seem to like to hire in what feels like a sincere effort to screw employees over as much as possible. If you want to work for these people, it is imperative you know your rights, because they don't seem to. Additionally, they do not like reward employee loyalty and seniority means nothing, and advancement is usually a case of blatant favoritism. Most often more like a popularity contest.The work is hard and the management unappreciative of any extra effort. They do have profit share but on occasion have been known to last minute change the qualifying requirements to disqualify people from receiving it. Sometimes they do raffles for furniture.
Good cause, sometimes profit share or discount furniture, raffles
Zero sense of job security, feels dead end
This company is a burning dumpster fire.Even after their version of cleaning house, it's now worse than it ever was before. The Plant Manager is obviously inexperienced, and flying by the seat of his pants.The overall management has their heads so far up their own rears they can't see what's going on beyond their own narrow vision.Standards? Don't worry, you don't need those here. They literally make up new standards on the fly. So you will NEVER know what you're doing, because it changes from hour to hour and no one will tell you.Promotions? I can't actually speak to this without breaking the guidelines of this site.One last thing to note here is the temperatures. Most factories are hot, especially during the summer. This factory is hot most of the year. Winter it's about 22C inside, and the summer it can go up around 45C with humidity around 80-90%. So in the hot parts of the year, it is a literal sweatshop. You will produce more sweat than plastic.The sad part is, it's actually not a bad job. They just expect too much, and constantly want you to do even more. My workload has tripled since I started, and their output requirements haven't changed. Pay hasn't increased, but roles and responsibilities has. Their way of dealing with this is to just let everyone go. That way the new hires don't know the difference, and they can continue the cycle.
Easily the worst management team out there....no experience,no knowledge of the buisiness and long term employees are dropping like flies...was a great place to work but new management takes a tyrants approach to everything.having major issues keeping anyone...they bully everyone there and look down on non management, unsafe workplace ..covid prevention laughable
Never get fired because they are desperate
I could write a book
I was just to old to put up with the management team there. Poor management, they want more and more. Unreasonable! Bad planning, They pick at some people to the point of making them sick.
Everyone is out to get each others jobs, as well as throw any co-employee under the bus. It was a good company around 2012, later they started firing people who were great workers, leaving a lot of us scared for job security. Management didn't communicate, they didn't know what order in future date needed to be made ahead of time for the assembly to process, it was a joke.
Good place in a pinch but not a long term suggestion for young ppl. Can learn cnc controls and basics and gain a few specialize manufacturing skills but will not be well compensated for it. All people start as general labour so theres no skill decision or pay difference unless you have worked 5+ years or are a team lead.
Prior to the original owners retiring and selling the company, CRP was a family type of environment. Once the owners began to back off and began to sell, things went downhill quickly. The new management team is all about profits and conformity. If you want to work over 40 hrs a week for only 40 hrs pay, have to maintain multiple jobs with no advancement or enticement, this is the place for you. Not to mention the incredible negativity from supervisors and higher.
Profit share, when they actually feel like sharing
Low pay, no recognition
yes they are doing a great thing by recycling but the pay is low, the machinery is old and broken and constantly breaking. they expect you to make many parts per hour with busted injectors. management is another terrible story. dont work there.
This is a young company whose communication skills are undesirable. One never knows if he has the same job from one day to another. They demand overtime when it is available. All and all this is the worse place to work in and would never recommend it
Plenty but not enough time to write down
Pretty good, but the air quality is heavy on the lungs. I was mandated a lot over a period of time and I started to look for other places to work. However they seem to be getting more machines so they have less mandating. I'm still looking for a new place to work however.
Lots of standing
A friendly place to work. 250 employees seem to be part of a very big family. Everyday is an opportunity to learn a new thing and challenge yourself. A very fast growing company that requires learning and adopting yourself to work in a fast-paced environment and finish the projects before the deadlines and with minimum errors. At CRPlastics, we extrude reground recycled plastics into molds to produce different parts of outdoor furniture. The technology to do this process is unique. Therefore this company requires unique engineers who are able to be innovative and design new methods and machines to catch up with its fast growing business. I believe this makes my job fun, challenging and the same time hard.
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