I worked at Ryobi Die Casting full-time (Less than a year)
Well-rounded training. Workers are trained in troubleshooting, forklift operation, die setup and changes, and more.
First, overtime is abundant. Second, I worked here and went on orders for the military (~2 weeks). Upon return, all paperwork was sent to HR. A few weeks later, I was walked out because they never filed the paperwork. Was told I would be called back to work once it was filed, but was never called. Took my badge, making it impossible to speak with supervisors about coming back.
Advice to Management
Make sure you're doing your own job, not just watching us do ours. Don't promise something and go behind your word because your cowardice is stronger than your professionalism.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Ryobi Die Casting (Shelbyville, IN) in December 2016.
The interview was scheduled for Friday dec 2, 2016. I was to meet with 6 people in 3 different waves. But only 2 people, Blake Yentes and Scott Shepherd showed up. they were very polite and I think they had already had picked someone to fill the position. I drove 41 miles to Ryobi in shelbyville for this interview and I think that is was very unprofessional and disrespectful for 4 people to sit out of the interview process
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