Inbound Receive Associate (Former Employee) – Lebanon, IN – July 22, 2014
I worked as a temp for well over a year at CNH and there was little opportunity for advancement. It is a very unclean environment with poor management. They did not recognize associates and did not allow them to prove their work ethic. The hours were reasonable but the health benefits were way too expensive and offered little coverage. They pay was not worth the amount of work that was required from the employees and if any health issues were to occur while working there they would let the associate go do to their no fault policy..
Good people at the bottom line, only reason I stayed as long as I did.
Assemby (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – May 26, 2014
Just a sh*tty place to work. The wage is alright, so long as you aren't trying to get anywhere with it. a year and a half should see you to the wage cap at which there is no reason to try to advance because they'll sooner hire outside the company for management positions with unrelated experience. WCM (Their 'world class manufacturing' initiative) causes more problems than they fix. removing stock on floor to "tidy up the area" and make it more inaccessible. Forced Suggestion program. Each employee was REQUIRED to submit over 12 suggestions a year. resulting in additional office jobs just to sort through the suggestions. with roughly 1200 employees; real suggestions took months if not years to be implemented. Managers would pull employees away from work to talk about their performance, but offer no advice when asked for help. When opinions on present action plans are presented, they are ignored. Such as keeping new hires all day training with experts so when they are moved to second shift they'll be better trained. Guess who was surprised quality fell the next month. Poor Job security, bonuses reliant on entire plants performance, insubstantial promises that are rarely kept. suppliers fed up with CNH for late payments, resulting in poorer quality parts that don't fit correctly. multiple engineers giving me five different ways to do the same task before re-describing the way I was doing it before. But the starting pay is decent and they let most people walk in the door, just don't try to make a career out of it.
good wage for kids fresh out of highschool
poor wage for people trying to raise a household, required suggestions, lousy part supply
Machine assembler (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – April 12, 2015
Assembling agricultural machinery. first you must check the power hoist crane ensure chain, hook, safety latch, remote control are no damage and working properly.secondly check all the parts that you use for assembling machine, third check the work order, ensure that correct sequence and optoin before you start.fourth check all the hand and power tools that you need and ensure all the tools are working properly.if there there some damage tool, you should report to your team lead or supervisor. lastly after you done buidling machine,makesure all the hardware are tight and mark it before you move.
Its a very Big Organization so you have to work under a lots of Pressure however at the end of the day its very satisfying as you have help so many cl
LOGISTICS COORDINATOR CANADA / USA (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – June 5, 2014
Developing and maintaining profitable long-term relationships with assigned Accounts Worked with outside sales teams to create marketing plans Developed and manage sales quotas and objectives Developed and execute strategic marketing and business plans, initiatives, and Objectives
very good company
you have to work under pressure all the time full 9 hours