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
The boss was very supportive, always guided his staffs, and helped them achieve their goals. He always said hello to everyone at start of the workday, and at the end of the work day, he also said goodbye and have a good evening. He was young but understand how to effectively manage his department and his people, that created a healthy working environment and contributed to his success.