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I truly wish to not comment on this job at all.i have worked here with this company before however I myself wasn't so happy and neither was my husband. They messed up on our paychecks and don't have your backs about nothing .
At first, working there was fine, there was the amazing hours and guaranteed 40 hour weeks. $10/hour wasn't bad pay if you lived near enough, but unfortunately I lived about a 40 minute drive distance. Now, when I first started, there wasn't any restrictions against false nails and polish because we all wore gloves when we worked, so it wasn't a big deal. But then a little over a year passed and suddenly it wasn't allowed. That's fine, things change, so it wasn't a big deal and everyone signed the new papers about what was okay and not okay. In the packet had no mention of make-up, no restrictions on that anywhere in it. On the 3rd, of July I decided to wear make-up in celebration of Independence day since we weren't going to be working. That day I got sent home for wearing make-up along with another colleague. That following tuesday our assignments ended. So, basically, we got fired for wearing make-up even though, we didn't know that it was something to not do.
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If you are not extremely close to team leaders and managers you will stay at the bottom. I loved my job the management is why I left. Most of my days I ran my two lines and I also completed the team leads paperwork while she sat in the office under the air conditioner. I also had to wake her up in the bathroom sitting on the toilet.
I stayed busy
Management/Team Leaders, no room for advancement, no sitting down is allowed however p&g employees across the room are sitting, double standard
Manpower management are very good and social to all the employees and they also offer extral hours which is not by force,have a good chain of administration ,room for improvement or upgrade in the company.
A typical day at work involved eight hours standing in front of a machine with minor movements every few seconds. I learned maintenance on several machines, worked with fun people. The hardest part of the job was the beginning week, getting used to standing for such long periods. The learning experience and impressing supervisors was the part I enjoyed most.
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