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Alsip, IL
501 to 1000 employees
Company - Private
Construction, Repair & Maintenance
Unknown / Non-Applicable per year

Trainor Glass Company Reviews

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Robert J Trainor Jr
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    Former Employee - Project Manager in Orlando, FL
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    I worked at Trainor Glass Company (More than 3 years)


    Was fun to work at, surrounded by good people.


    company crashed overnight in February 2012

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    QC and Safety Coordinator Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Riviera Beach, FL
    Accepted Offer
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    I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Trainor Glass Company (Riviera Beach, FL).


    I was called in through my temp agency to help them to create reports about the production of a specific job that was in progress. I worked 12 hour days through the weekend including Sunday to help them meet the deadline the following Monday. After working with the QC and Safety Manager for about a week I was offered full time permanent employment.

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    • Within a month my manager was fired. I was asked if I could help them keep up on his responsibilities until they found a replacement. One and a half years later I have achieved all certifications and completed company training to perform my managers job as the QC and Safety Manager. I was given a 1.00 raise which brought my total hourly income to 14.00 an hour. I was disappointed and frightened as I was under a lot of stress due to the management practices and the secrets being kept from corporate. My most difficult and unexpected question was weather or not to quit. I really loved working with Trainor Glass however I was very unhappy with the location I had to perform my responsibilities. I was being threatened, and I was severely underpaid. My answer was yes. I gave notice and within two weeks the company closed the Riviera Beach FL plant with no warning to it's employees. I realized at that moment, I had answered my most difficult and unexpected question correctly.   Answer Question


    There was no negotiation. I was in the right place at the right time and accepted a career opportunity. I was taken advantage of later during my employ by branch management.

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