Corporate Recruiter (Former Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 14 October 2017
Deco is not a great company to work. They treat people like slaves. They have very high turn over with managers. They are very disorganized. They are always hiring quality engineers because they hire them and then fire them. HR is very unprofessional and can not be trusted.
They work with every recruitment company under the sun because they try out people instead of training them. If you are offered a role turn it down. Trust me
TTM (Current Employee) – Milton, ON – 11 September 2017
Poor management that are currently fleeing like rats on a sinking ship which doesn't provide positive assurance for employees, unorganized and very reactive to any situation. Young , inexperienced leadership which leads to poor judgment calls, bad attitude from leaders who think that they own the company. Money is great but it isn't always worth the hoops you need to jump through and people that don't know what they are doing are rewarded with promotions . Constantly threatened with being mandated for overtime cause they can't get their stuff together.
Money overtime if you want it.
Dirty, disgusting air quality tgat managemnet says is ok but they sit in a clean office all day.
Deco Automotive (Former Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 6 May 2017
midnight shift easy job good pay great people to work with profit sharing/pension benefits got depressed didnt see sunshine much most super visors and lead hands were really decent with the rest of us boring repetitive learned new skills great job at the time made many friends company picnic was super fun
no sunshine a couple lame authority figures running things sometimes
Support Staff (Former Employee) – Milton, ON – 16 January 2017
Absolute worst working environment. It's not your typical office workplace. Management is very old school and they definitely think they have some sort of power and control over their employees. Senior staff are stuck because they got too comfortable yet can't help new employees with anything. Do not be fooled by the bigger company Magna and think it's a great place to work. Save yourself please, run away, stay away!
old schoo culture for skilled trades not paying that well dirty enviorment to work in. to many business unit management improvement to working conditi
skilled trade (Current Employee) – toronto – 18 April 2015
Do not start people of the same skill at the same pay level. Depends on the interviewers preferences is an equal opportunity hirer, but not payer within the first year. After that there is a standard pay level that must be observed according to company policy. Very dirty enviorment and constant management changes (firing/hiring) pressure to reach targets high. Employee moral is very low. Although the company itself is good and has many perks and opprtunities they are overshadow by the bad working condions and lack of proper leadership. There is an apparent old shool mentality.
lots of overtime
lack of leadership, old school work mentality, don't practice what they preech, pay level biases in begining, based on racial profiling, and is known practice