Good place to work if you don’t mind giving up your free time. In my role the phone rang all hours of the day and night and had to be answered. We were compensated for our time, but cost too much in my personal life.
Free lunch, good pay, good benefits
Expected to take calls all hours of the night, even on vacation.
• Inspection of quality of finalized products with appropriate documentation of detailed results
• Loading and unload trailers from ground level or platforms
• Assembled, sorted, placed and labeled product containers prior to shipping
• Ensure all loaded items are done so in accordance to company protocol
O-I is a global glass container manufacturing company with a plant in Auburn, NY that I am affiliated with. I have enjoyed my experience at O-I thus far and hope for a promising future. I would recommend employment at O-I to others.
This was a nice place to work for and always busy. I was a temp and knew I would not be hired on, I was sent to get a job done and that's what I did. The hardest part is to get everyone to work as a team, I learned to stay on top of thing or they would fall through the cracks fast.
Work constantly changes depending on a number of factors (which, as a matter of fact, is good!) Sorting, packaging/repackaging, QC and cleanup. Learned the many processes and checks needed in a manufacturing environment. A lot required to produce a successful and profitable product. Management was mediocre. Union/salary not always in the best interest of the worker. Conflict of interests/turns a blind eye. Sustaining true professional individuals on payroll below standards. Truthfully, job security a daily issue. Too many if's, when's, who's, outsourcing. Certainly, lot's of time off, the pay was terrific and the benefits are outstanding!
benefits, pay, time off
mediocre overhead both union/salary, unprofessional/amateurish individuals hired on