Why so many Sun Products topics

Why so many Sun Products topics

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Derp

Louisville, KY

#1 Feb 9, 2013
What's with you people always posting about this place? I assume its probably just a few employees, but still. So weird.
Just an idea

Bowling Green, KY

#2 Feb 9, 2013
Largest employer in BG almost 2000 employees so you have 2000 x's the drama.
For real

United States

#3 Feb 10, 2013
Just an idea wrote:
Largest employer in BG almost 2000 employees so you have 2000 x's the drama.
WKU is the largest employer in BG then the Med Center then GM, hell sun ain't even in the tip five.
Frodo

Bowling Green, KY

#4 Feb 10, 2013
I doubt GM has over 2100 employees cause that is what Sun has working for them. Sorry kinda of didn't think about schools and hospitals.
Not Lonewolf

Memphis, TN

#5 Feb 10, 2013
Largest Employers
According to the U.S. Department of Labor and Bureau of Labor Statistics (2008), the South Central Kentucky Regionís industries employ more than 109,000 people. The largest industries include Services (29.8 percent) and Manufacturing (23.1 percent). The region includes such major employers as Houchens Industries, Inc.; Bowling Green Metalforming, LLC, and Dollar General Corp.

The top 10 leading employers in the region are as follows:

1.Houchens Industries (2,900 employees - Warren County)
2.Com monwealth Health Corporation/The Medical Center (2,500 employees - Warren County)
3.Western Kentucky University (1,920 employees - South Central Kentucky)
4.Warren County Public Schools (1,812 employees - Warren County)
5.Fruit of the Loom (1,400 employees - Warren County)
6.R R Donnelley (1,111 employees - Barren County)
7.Dart Container Corp (1,090 employees - Hart County)
8.Logan Aluminum, Inc.(1,050 employees - Logan County)
9.Sun Products (881 employees - Warren County)
10.Dollar General Corporation (700 employees - Allen County)
Excited to Work Here

Bowling Green, KY

#6 Feb 10, 2013
I start this week and I'm soo excited! The benefits are out of this world. Every worker they took me to talk to during the interview was excited and happy about working there. Is it true that the turnover rate is nearly zero? That the only way new people get a job is if someone retires? And all the mechanics are Sunday school teaching volunteer firemen, all of whom give marriage counseling advice to struggling couples? That's amazing! I heard the plant manager knows every employee by first name. I bet he already knows my name then. I can't wait to meet him!
Derp

Louisville, KY

#7 Feb 10, 2013
Excited to Work Here wrote:
I start this week and I'm soo excited! The benefits are out of this world. Every worker they took me to talk to during the interview was excited and happy about working there. Is it true that the turnover rate is nearly zero? That the only way new people get a job is if someone retires? And all the mechanics are Sunday school teaching volunteer firemen, all of whom give marriage counseling advice to struggling couples? That's amazing! I heard the plant manager knows every employee by first name. I bet he already knows my name then. I can't wait to meet him!
Are you serious? I detect some sarcasm here...
Frodo

Bowling Green, KY

#8 Feb 10, 2013
Not Lonewolf wrote:
Largest Employers
According to the U.S. Department of Labor and Bureau of Labor Statistics (2008), the South Central Kentucky Regionís industries employ more than 109,000 people. The largest industries include Services (29.8 percent) and Manufacturing (23.1 percent). The region includes such major employers as Houchens Industries, Inc.; Bowling Green Metalforming, LLC, and Dollar General Corp.
The top 10 leading employers in the region are as follows:
1.Houchens Industries (2,900 employees - Warren County)
2.Com monwealth Health Corporation/The Medical Center (2,500 employees - Warren County)
3.Western Kentucky University (1,920 employees - South Central Kentucky)
4.Warren County Public Schools (1,812 employees - Warren County)
5.Fruit of the Loom (1,400 employees - Warren County)
6.R R Donnelley (1,111 employees - Barren County)
7.Dart Container Corp (1,090 employees - Hart County)
8.Logan Aluminum, Inc.(1,050 employees - Logan County)
9.Sun Products (881 employees - Warren County)
10.Dollar General Corporation (700 employees - Allen County)
Are you kidding me that was 5 yrs ago we have added on at SUN since then and have hired over 1200 people. Trust me I know we are now over 2100 people I ought to know I work in the office.
Frodo

Bowling Green, KY

#9 Feb 10, 2013
Half these people on your list laid off in 2008-2009 and never recovered.
truth

Canton, OH

#10 Feb 10, 2013
Excited to Work Here wrote:
I start this week and I'm soo excited! The benefits are out of this world. Every worker they took me to talk to during the interview was excited and happy about working there. Is it true that the turnover rate is nearly zero? That the only way new people get a job is if someone retires? And all the mechanics are Sunday school teaching volunteer firemen, all of whom give marriage counseling advice to struggling couples? That's amazing! I heard the plant manager knows every employee by first name. I bet he already knows my name then. I can't wait to meet him!
Please get off drugs.
Many topics about sun cause the place sucks, hell they have to put frickinbillboards up to try to sucker people in. Always hiring cause people quit or fired constantly, they should win turnover award of decade.
2000 employees, that is total BS.probably that may been fired from there though due to BS and favortism and not kissing ass. Worst place I have ever worked. New employees will never make good money, will take 20+ years to top out and top out pay is lower than everywhere but Denny's.
joe

Franklin, KY

#11 Feb 11, 2013
Excited to Work Here wrote:
I start this week and I'm soo excited! The benefits are out of this world. Every worker they took me to talk to during the interview was excited and happy about working there. Is it true that the turnover rate is nearly zero? That the only way new people get a job is if someone retires? And all the mechanics are Sunday school teaching volunteer firemen, all of whom give marriage counseling advice to struggling couples? That's amazing! I heard the plant manager knows every employee by first name. I bet he already knows my name then. I can't wait to meet him!
Now that's hilarious!!
joe

Franklin, KY

#12 Feb 11, 2013
Frodo wrote:
<quoted text>Are you kidding me that was 5 yrs ago we have added on at SUN since then and have hired over 1200 people. Trust me I know we are now over 2100 people I ought to know I work in the office.
Excellent! They let hobbits work in the offices there. It's always so nice to see corporations that do not discriminate.
DUH-----

Bowling Green, KY

#13 Feb 11, 2013
joe wrote:
<quoted text>
Excellent! They let hobbits work in the offices there. It's always so nice to see corporations that do not discriminate.
My precious.
TisI

United States

#14 Feb 11, 2013
Can we pet the hobbits?
DUH-----

Bowling Green, KY

#15 Feb 11, 2013
I will rub them and pet them and rub them again and again. Me likes hobbitses.
TisI

United States

#16 Feb 11, 2013
Me too!
joe

Franklin, KY

#17 Feb 12, 2013
TisI wrote:
Can we pet the hobbits?
Just bring them a nice pair of Florsheim shoes.
truth

Canton, OH

#18 Feb 27, 2013
Frodo wrote:
<quoted text>Are you kidding me that was 5 yrs ago we have added on at SUN since then and have hired over 1200 people. Trust me I know we are now over 2100 people I ought to know I work in the office.
u are crazy, no way, probably not even 1000. Now sun may go thru that many temps in a year. If u work in the office u need a better education.
Seriously

White Plains, KY

#19 Feb 28, 2013
truth wrote:
<quoted text> u are crazy, no way, probably not even 1000. Now sun may go thru that many temps in a year. If u work in the office u need a better education.
Just cause you call yourself truth don't make it so...
Omelet

United States

#20 Apr 25, 2013
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