It's a small place with ~25 people employed so every one know everybody.
They hire almost anybody who are willing to work from qualified machinist to students.
There's great possibilities to learn and expand. I, myself started as labor, then moved to QC, then learned to use their waterjet, followed by my introduction to milling.
This was my first job in a factory position, and even though im a quick learner they started me off at just above minimum wage. If you're following my footsteps just be ready for it.
They're a small shop with limited equipment. After 3 years I found I had reached the extent of what I could learn. I wanted to move onto bigger and better. So I left there and went on to a CNC position at another company.
Advice to Management
I'd like to see them grow their company more. Get better, newer machines. If they did I bet they'd be able to keep more employees.
great hours, convenient location, good training
management wasn't helpful to help employees have better results
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