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Typical day at work is to meet with team lead first thing in the mornings to find out what is priority. Was product able to get shipped & if not why, then to make sure my shift continue in getting products out for our customers. Assign work for operators, making sure productions are complete & shipped on time. Hopefully there would not be problems like tool issues, shortage of workers, etc.. If all go'es well, contracts are met and production is done & sent to customers.
Great place to work with good pay and really great bonuses quarterly great management team great workplace culture with a lot af benefits .Everything in that building was in tune ,a great company overall
Free lunches bonuses
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While IBM was once a company to aspire to, now it is just a dinosaur trying to stay relevant . The stock is at an all time high but it is all smoke and mirrors. 19 quarters of revenue loss really tells the story. The only thing it has going for it was the work life balance but they are eliminating any work from home or summer hours. The management is not smart and there is no career development. They are trying to hire younger workers but I would say beware!
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I like my job very much. I was a sparktestet operator. I also learned Braider among other machines. It was a fun place all nice people to work with and for.
Big beautiful dinners, nice christmas parties for children and grandchildren.
You known what your job is so i just come in get straight to work.I learned many operation dealing with manufacturing.As for my co-worker i have no complaints everyone was friendly and helpful to each other.I really enjoy working with my co-worker and my manager was very nice ,he try to do things for the employee once in a while for team moral like cook outs,lunches pay for by the company so we all could mingle and get to known each other better.
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