Production Worker/Welder (Former Employee) – Bradford, ON – 8 March 2016
hard work all the time minatory over time no life. leaned how to weld. management were fine fare and easy to talk too. fellow workers were great to work with. hardest part of the job was working Saturday. the most enjoyable part of the day was going home.
Train Driver (Former Employee) – Bradford, ON – 6 April 2015
I was a train driver and basically i would pull around 4 carts with components to make seat parts and i would go from station to station topping other workers with the materials they need to do there job. On my rounds i would take count of the parts i needed to keep my stock up and request for more of components so i can keep the workers going.
Welder/assembler/P.S.E. (Former Employee) – 100 Reagens ind.pkwy Bradford on – 10 January 2015
fast paced , quality checking, improve welds, how to decide on what good or not. management is friendly and instructive. co-workers are friendly, helpful . hard part is keeping up to welders. but I did enjoy working with everyone
Worst place to work thats it. Trust me. If you live in canada and anywhere in the peel region. Avoid i repeat Avoid this place at all cost. The one I worked for is in Brampton,On through a Dirty piece a doodoo agency called WE MOVE PEOPLE.. They basically recylce thier workers. They put you on for 3-5 months then cut you. And then find fresh new workers.. Believe me you will see fresh new faces EVERY SINGLE DAY.. They are a very bad word that I wish I could write in here but can't.. The only thing that is nice is your co-workers and your pay if you get to even enjoy it.. Trust me I caution you. Avoid this place pleeease.
Full Time Line Operator (Current Employee) – Bradford, ON – 12 October 2014
To make quality parts while hitting hourly targets per hour, I have learned many things how to work a mig and robotic welders, how to use different tools to perform quality checks to spec, how to perform lockout procedures, FIFO (first in, first out). how to handle problems that arise on and off line. WIMS training. My co-workers to me make my day, they play a big part of how a team will work good together. I found that the only thing that was hard about the job was the amount of overtime I had to put in over the years, I do like my over time. Once again I enjoyed working with the people they became a part of my extended family everyone gets along great there.
They handed out bonuses every 6 months and we had free lunches on hoildays, the benifits are great and the pension are good.
Long hours at times and lots of week-end over time which I found hard on the family life, I do understand how the industry works and what is requirered to surport customer demands.
assenbler (Former Employee) – Bradford, ON – 5 October 2014
there was many different jobs withhin Faurecia. What i did before i was laid off was. handling the unpainted chair frames from the welder, and hanged them onto a conveyor. The chairs, then went around into a washer, a dryer, then a powder coat. The coat would be heated up in a oven than adhered to the metal that would produce a coat of paint.My fellow employees and i would then take the final producct and organize then into the appropiate aisles I have learned how organization and team work is vital especially in a factory.I got along well with my coworkers, and is there was any inncidents i followed proper procedures, however i do prefer to deal with problems with other face on. I dont want to take about management. This was the only company that i know of that kept the doors locked to the HR office. to employees. After over ten years, I have to say that its the people that made it enjoyable