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Drama drama and more drama. You are treated as what you are, replaceable. I understand the need for money, and do it to get your bills paid, but continue actively searching for gainful employment. You cannot and will not be able to afford health insurance. Your check wont cover it.
there is alot of negativity and favortism there some of the people are easy to get along with the supervisor is to laid back watches what goes on and does not help the employees if the is a disagreement lets others do somethings and gets on to other people foe doing the same
I worked at Cape P&G. The management is unprofessional. There are no pay raises and no room for growth. Someone working 90 days will get the same pay as someone working 10 years. There are very few incentives given and they're usually given to management. Safety is highly stressed which is good.
Low pay, no benefits, unprofessional managers
You work 12 hour rotating shifts, usually on your feet, heavy lifting, working around dangerous equipment. There are no benefits. It is either too hot or too cold and you get very few breaks.
4 hours every 2 weeks are automatically time and a half
Hard labor for low pay and no benefits
I worked in the Mini Lab and checked diapers for defects that could harm babies. I worked in the Wet Lab that checked the water product that went into making paper towels and toilet paper. I worked in data entry as a data entry technician and a data entry supervisor
I worked for Manpower at the Proctor & Gamble Diaper, Paper towel plant in Jackson, MO.Working at this plant under Manpower contract is a little different than other contracts Manpower might sent you to. There is little advancement. No hire promises after 90 days.Work place culture at P&G was always Safety First.The hardest part of the job was 12 hr swing shifts. Swing from days to nights in the same week.Most enjoyable was learning new tests in the lab, and co-workers were great.
Clean, Safety Conscious
No retirement, no benefits, no vacation pay
Get a call to go work for this or that company, most of the time the companys treated ya like second rate workers unless you actually get to work for them long enough to show them different.
good pay, Staff always tryed to find work for you
job assignments never last long
As long as you knew you were not probably going to get hired or stay at the same place and could be flexible it was good. But if you did a good job and stayed busy they would keep you working.
Discounted food and steady work.
The unsteadiness and stability sometimes.