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A typical day was to clock in at 10 am and clock out at 6;30 pm an average full time job, the most i liked about this job what that the more I got used to the environment and working there I felt comfortable with the work.
Paid sick days
for 6 years I had been hired by Volt four separate times for relatively the same job/company. Three of the times laid off with many other people due to the lack of production. Overall the company would usually keep me in one position while moving some people up and mobilize many different parts of the company. Management's attendance point system is archaic and shows heavy favortism. You cannot preach that there are many advancement opportunities when only select cliches of people move forward. They are not flexible nor accomodating with schedules especially when life throws you a curveball. At the end of it all the positive is weekly checks and quick hire/re-hire. But I will not return for a 5 go round/rodeo.
weekly checks, quick hire
Management, job/life balance, pay, lack of advancement, lack of stability
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Factory line,tech. Could ibcrease wages. My experience was a good one .Leadn alot fro dufferent depts worked in
Overall goodpkace to work. Can lead into full-timeemloyment in time. Open door policy. Receptive on site Manager. Good communication in goings on within the company.
Short term assignments
Love the environment at Volt people are great, training class is on point with everything and once you get to start working on your own is a whole new thing...is great for someone who just getting their first job...
Great leads and managers
I was part of an assembly line in a clean room working on ablation and diagnostic heart catheters. I was part of a small department ( I was one of three) called Bond Around where I learned how to put on microscopic amounts of urethane to the catheter and do the appropriate paperwork for each order. It seems a small job, but the importance of it is great and it requires a lot of focus and attention to detail, not to mention great time management in order meet our production number. No one including management, who are required to know how each department works, can do Bond Around because it just is too complicated if you haven't been specifically trained for it. So if there are any question by QC or Management, they have to refer to us one on one as specialists. Management was always fair and handled everything with a smile. I got to know them better than my coworkers because my job did not allow me much time away from my microscope and most of them did not speak very proper English (they were mostly Vietnamese). The hardest part of the job was keeping on time because there are variables during the day you cannot account for like meetings which obviously would have an impact on production number but also because I worked with adhesive, it affects the dry time. The best part about my job though was that I had a steady and stable schedule that I could walk out of each day knowing I was helping some really sick people in need in the world. It;s hard to conceptualize it from the clean room but everything counts and makes a difference.
Steady schedule, weekends off, weekly paycheck, good management
late nights, no overtime opportunities, repetitive
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