American Water Heater
Boomersquirrel

Kingsport, TN

#90 May 24, 2013
zak wrote:
<quoted text>
Using temp hires saves an employer a ton of money because they don't have to provide any company benefits such as health insurance. There are also tax advantages gained by using temps. State and federal wage laws (NOT the employer) dictate who is eligible for overtime pay. Like it or not, temp hires are not considered equal to permanent tenured employees.
Very well said. Sad but true. It sux, but that's the way it is. Amazing how such monkey business has become the new wave. With the new b.s.'ers telling us Unions are to blame, can't we all just realize we are being had? Back in the old days, we were "employees", now we are "associates",(ya know, kinda like somebody ya wouldn't call a friend or someone ya should respect) Used to be the "personnel manager" was just that, now they are the "human resources manager". Sounds like a term Hitler might like! Makes us sound like we are destined to be fertilizer!
Sillowine

Los Angeles, CA

#91 Oct 9, 2013
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jobsearch

Powell, TN

#92 Nov 3, 2013
Does anyone know which temp place to apply too? I read a couple of temp places in this post but not sure which place to apply, or if more than one temp service sends you here. Any idea of how much the temp service pays?
waste of time

Morristown, TN

#93 Nov 19, 2013
I worked there for 4 months through a temp agency. three guys that started with me got hired 2 missed days one was hurt working. I showed up everyday did everything they asked and got laid off. I guess you have to be an uneducated hillbilly to get hired full time good luck with it.
just wondering

Johnson City, TN

#94 Dec 9, 2013
what are the times for the shifts ,and do they put temps straight to 3rd.
thanks
Rod Roc

Reynosa, Mexico

#95 Dec 10, 2013
mojoworker wrote:
<quoted text>I don't think a credit check is part of the background, because at the time I was hired, my credit was horrible. As far as welding tests, yes and no. They have a very good system of entering a "job pool" for specific jobs, such as welding, whereby the employees in that pool will recieve training to qualify for a permanent opening.
I agree, I do not think that a credit check is necessary at this point.

Regards
Rod
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7yrEmployee

Jonesborough, TN

#96 Dec 19, 2013
just wondering wrote:
what are the times for the shifts ,and do they put temps straight to 3rd.
thanks
1st: 5:30am-2pm
2nd: 3:45-12:15

Temps can work 45 days on 1st shift and 45 days on 2nd before getting hired or they can work 90 days on 2nd. You can also ask to stay on 1st for 90days but your chances of getting hired are SLIM.
Wanting to apply

Spartanburg, SC

#100 Jan 13, 2014
Where can I put in an application? A friend of mine told me about this place and told me to google American Water Heater and a link would come up. So far I have had no luck finding it.
Here

Kingsport, TN

#101 Jan 13, 2014
Wanting to apply wrote:
Where can I put in an application? A friend of mine told me about this place and told me to google American Water Heater and a link would come up. So far I have had no luck finding it.
http://www.staffmark.com/locat ions/default.asp?city=johnson+ city+&state=TN&zipcode =&dist=25&x=25&y=9
Here

Kingsport, TN

#102 Jan 13, 2014
Please ignore failed the link I sent. OOOPS! Just go to Staffmark.com and select "locations" and take it from there. Good luck.
Jgar

Johnson City, TN

#103 Jan 26, 2014
How's the drug testing??
1dayatatime

Johnson City, TN

#104 Feb 9, 2014
Jgar wrote:
How's the drug testing??
. I'll put it like this, if that's an issue or even a question for that matter, don't bother going.
hot blonde

Johnson City, TN

#105 Feb 12, 2014
Heard they had a hot blonde working at the Princeton office
Employment

United States

#106 Feb 20, 2014
Good place to work?
Looking for job

United States

#107 Feb 21, 2014
Are they hiring now?
Tim

United States

#108 Feb 24, 2014
Are they hiring?
Hannah

United States

#110 Feb 25, 2014
Sounds like a good place to work
Interested

United States

#111 Feb 25, 2014
Where do you find applications for a job here
Janice

United States

#112 Feb 26, 2014
Worked there few years ago. Wish I wouldn't have left. Great place to work.
Dee

Hickory, NC

#113 Mar 10, 2014
whiskeybent wrote:
<quoted text> I dont have a problem im just stating the facts the place treats temps bad and gets rid of them for no reason!
damn right they do and its the temp service doing i went in everday never late let go after maybe 45 days cause tracy said ao smith didn't need me but i know my leader would never gget rid of me lol long story short the person they replaced me with quit in one. day and still haven't found. anyone. to replace me lol tracy crowes is costing ao smith money getting. rid of good workers

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