I worked at Precision Valve full-time
The benefits are decent. You get paid vacation and holiday pay. They also offer a tuition reimbursement and decent insurance. They have great hours as well.
Management is sub-par.
Materials constantly out of stock which causes a lot bigger workload on multiple employees.
There is no sense of team work. People in this plant do the bare minimum.
Advice to Management
I would hold each employee accountable and start restaffing to people who don't have a sense of entitlement to the job when they shouldn't have any.
I applied in-person. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Precision Valve (Travelers Rest, SC) in March 2016.
The interview was pretty standard. I was asked about previous work history, how my skills would apply to this job, why I should be the hired candidate and why I was leaving my previous job. After a quick 15 minute interview, I received and offer call within a few days. By two weeks, I was hired on and began my training.
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