Great place to work. Good advancement opportunities.
Area Service Manager (Former Employee), Rockville, MD – February 28, 2014
Pros: great environment to work in. good team participation and support.
Cons: pay was limited at the time.
Was responsible for overseeing the operations of 14 different Chevrolet Dealerships in this area. Worked with customers and dealership personnel to increase customer satisfaction and sales. Was laid off in May of 1980 when the industry took a dive. When asked to return less than 5 months later, I choose to stay with the new job I had taken. At that – more... time the money was the determination. – less
Product Assistance Claims Specialist (Current Employee), Warren, MI – June 4, 2014
Pros: recognition for great work
Cons: benefits such as paid sick days and the point system
A typical day at work included interactions with GM dealership employees to assist in investigations for product failure claims. I started out as a tier II agent and was promoted to Product assistance claims. I have learned a great deal about the how vehicles work in regards to air bags, seatbelts and how the vehicle is inspected when calims are made – more... that the vehicle caused an accident due to mechanical failure. The hardest part of the job is dealing with the repercussions behind the recalls GM has issued on numerous vehicles. The most enjoyable part about the job is the great friends I have made in some of my co workers and the things I have leaerned that can help me and others when it comes to vehicle safety. – less
Maintance Supervisor (Former Employee), Ramos Arizpe, COA – June 4, 2014
My typical day at GM would be to get there by 5:30 in the AM, review last shift failures and what machines were causing trouble on the line, then go to my module grab my Nextel and my radio so I could keep the communication between me and the technicians, if a machine needed them. The hardest part of the job was to keep in track of the module when various – more... machines had failure, but it was all right, I am good at thinking and working under stress. The most enjoyable part of the job was that I was never seated, I was working around my module and my section, and kept communication with people, I am so good at communicating and developing new creative ideas for the company. – less
QA / PRR-PSM Coordinator (Former Employee), Pontiac, MI (joslyn) – June 2, 2014
Pros: the administrative challenges
Cons: my contract did not last long enough.
In a typical day I would help with any data issues from the data engineer, such as working on graphs and entering data into the computer for the testing equipment. Facilitating and coordinating the Problem Report and Resolution meetings. Organizing employees for involvement and confirming resolution reports. Ordering supplies. Verifying previous data – more... and gathering data for reports. Stream ling one area of reporting from a two person 40 hour job, to a one person two hour job. Using data entered by each department and then utilizing our system to print and collate the data. This report was used to update staff at the plant for morning meetings. It was my duty to report at these staff meetings.Learning the proces in the valuable meetings for trouble shooting the problems. Management in our department was encouraging and promoting a team environment. The hardest oart of the job was also the most enjoyable which was conducting the trouble shooting issues and finding the solutions to the problems. – less
Assembler (Current Employee), Arlington, TX – May 30, 2014
Pros: looks good on your resume.
Cons: no health care coverage
I've learned that I am much stronger than i anticipated. The hardest thing about the job would have to be entering as a temporary employee. I have been a temporary employee for nearly a year now. You cant have any days off to take your child to the doctors office. Nor any personal time for yourself. The most enjoying part would have to be the adversity – more... of the people. You never know what to expect at General Motors. – less