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a learning experience
Assistant Manger/Telemarketing (Former Employee), Queens, NYFebruary 2, 2014
Pros: family orientated enviroment
Cons: the travel
working for honda was a task because it was my first real job that i obtained, but it gave me the tools to proceed forward in dealing with people, overall it was a good experience
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Fun working place
Stock (Former Employee), Edison, NJJanuary 26, 2014
Great place to work at great people around nice work area the management are great leaders.
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loading car parts into loading cages to be shipped to dealerships
Loader (Former Employee), Windsor, CTJanuary 26, 2014
Pros: it kept me on the move during the work hours
Cons: it was blazing hot in the summer and freezing cold during the winter
i worked from 5 pm to 1am loading car parts to be shipped to honda dealers. it was really hard moving the transmissions into the cages. i learned that i was really good at packing the cages efficently. i got along really well with my manager and coworkers.
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Familier invoirment
Service manager (Current Employee), Gorakhpur, HRJanuary 21, 2014
Pros: 1 to 1:30 pm
when i was join the workshop that day was my first job and I was so Hopeless and that is my typical day at work.
it was learn to management here.
my co-workers are so familiar.
costumer seticification is the hardest part of the job.and it also the most enjoyably part of the job.
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Ok job
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee), Mount Laurel, NJJanuary 19, 2014
Pros: good co-workers and benefits
Cons: pay, management, no advancement
Typical day was sorting and delivering mail. Shipping and receiving via UPS,FEDEX,DHL, USPS and other carriers. Assisting customers in preparation of shipments and running copy jobs.

Co-workers and the people in the company site we worked at were very nice and made the job enjoyable. Management dropped the ball when the site closed and the account – more... manager did not have a site to place me. Also, there was no upward movement.

The company did provide very good benefits, although the pay was minimal. – less
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intensive labor assembly work
Process associate (Former Employee), Lincoln, ALJanuary 17, 2014
use of hand tools and air tools, fast pace environment, friendly atmosphere!
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Fun people to be around
Lot Attendant (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PAJanuary 14, 2014
Excellent management and fairly flexible hours. Job includes arranging the dealership's cars on the lot, driving traded cars between dealerships, accompanying customers on test drives and occasionally explaining features to new buyers.
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Productive,Fun place to work, Small family
Administrative/Office/Finance Assistant (Current Employee), Pompton Plains, NJJanuary 9, 2014
Pros: birthday cakes, lunches, holiday parties, flexible schedule, overtime
Cons: not much room for me to grow with the company
My typical work day starts off with putting together contracts from the night before and going over documents to make sure we have all the necessary requirements to get the deal funded. I manage schedules and adjust deals to zero out balances. I purchase new inventory and input into our data base. I handle the accounting end of swaps which are deals – more... between dealerships and wholesales. At Honda I learned how to multitask, how important it is to be organized, and very throw. Management and co-workers are great and very helpful and understanding. The fact that employees spend a lot of time together develops a different bond then any normal job setting. The hardest part of the job would have to be not having corporation with banks, other dealers basically all outside parties. Most enjoyable part of this job problem solving. Meaning figuring out schedules and making sure the zero out. Overall it really is a great place to work. – less
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Fun workplace
Receptionist (CH2MHILL) (Current Employee), Torrance, CAJanuary 8, 2014
The hardest part of the job is dealing with irrate callers but the enjoyable part is talking to different friendly associates each day and different lobbies.
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Made production, had fun doing it
Line Worker (Former Employee), Mebane, NCDecember 9, 2013
made the best of everyday.. I worked at beginning of line and kept it going every day
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Great Place to work
Service Advisor/Assistant Service Manager (Former Employee), Monrovia CaliforniaDecember 4, 2013
I enjoyed my job working for this organization and enjoyed the customer base
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This is Learning job , I know about Custumer, How to Increase Sales Volume , Custumer Service etc.
Show Room In-charge (Former Employee), Lucknow, UPNovember 21, 2013
1st Day was my typical day
I learned About custumer , Service , How to Increase Sales ,
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Good work place to make call however managemnt was always chaging
Internet Sales Agent (Former Employee), White Plains, NYNovember 20, 2013
Pros: the 1hr lunch, relaxed enironment, some of the co-workers and the area.
Cons: there was no 41k. very far from my house also the favoritism
My typical day at work working for Honda I had to make over 125 phone calls a day. Making sure that I made over 10 appointments a day for customers. Also made sure that my customers was well taking care of at will times. When I got an incoming call followed my script to make sure I can bring the customers in so they can buy the car. While working there – more... I learned how to become more persuading when I'm talking to someone over the phone also in person. The management was had its ups and downs. I liked it because it was a stress free environment however there was a lot of favoritism to make very complicated because you would make as much call also your appointments however there would have someone who don't do any work and have higher numbers then you. That would make you look as in your not working at all. The best part of my day that I like the most is when I am able to help a customer out and give them great customer service so they can tell there friends about us. I always want to work somewhere that people would leave happy and have a great experience. Most of my co-working was great to work with however some of them just felt like that was better then the rest because they was favored my the manager. – less
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Janitorial/ Recycling (Former Employee), Troy, OHNovember 18, 2013
Working for Honda was challenging but worthwhile. They offered a fairly good pay to those willing to do the job, but their was not a lot of room for advancement. The hardest part of the job would be the fact that the work is endless, but the most enjoyable part would be working for a good cause: helping the company to go green.
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i like to work under pressur
delivery person (Former Employee), Swindon, ENGNovember 12, 2013
good management....I learned a lot about warehouse job in Honda especially production line.
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Is the money worth it?
Assembler (Former Employee), Greensburg IndianaNovember 7, 2013
Pros: pay
Cons: management, rotating shifts, no job bidding, mindless work, unsafe work environment sometimes, company greed, no union, no voice
I worked here for 5 years. This job will kill your soul. If 20 an hour is worth being treated like garbage this job is for you. It starts at 15 and then progresses to 20 after 2 years. Honda seems like a decent job at first. Some of the things that sound great are the money, seniority not coming first for job growth, overtime if your into it, extensive – more... safety programs, health insurance and etc. But then you realize is it worth having this crazy rotating shift schedule. You think wow I'm going to be rewarded for hard work and if some worthless employee that applies for a promotion but has been there longer won't be treated any better. Then you realize this no seniority is really just in place to circumvent hard work and seniority and pick favorites. If you question management decisions you put an x on yourself. It's best to just keep your mouth shut and get walked on. You might get some pot luck if you are mindless. Then the safety programs sound great but then you realize it's just in place to blame you when your expected to work in sweatshop conditions. Your going to need that insurance when you realize they're running your body in the ground and the company is quick to be careless about it. There is a positive outcome for this job in some situations. Use it so that your significant other can become educated and make decent money or if you take this job there's some pot luck for new hires. I seen some new hires walk in the door and get a job doing absolutely nothing for the most part. Why this happens I don't know. Be the best blank kisser ever. There's even a little pot luck in that. Hopefully if you take that route your team coordinator is also a blank kisser or this probably won't go anywhere. In conclusion most of the people that are satisfied with this job are people that are in a point in there life where they have no hope in ever finding anything better, pot luck, or be the biggest blank kisser ever. This job would be a lot better if there was some kind of real science for promotions and if the management including team coordinators sincerely earned there positions. 90% of the management never deserved there promotions sadly. They care nothing about you or the community it's Hondas way of promoting there company. Everything thing is pretty much a lie. – less
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Sales/Service Cashier (Former Employee), Riviera Beach, FLNovember 7, 2013
A typical day for me at Honda consisted of opening the service department and getting all the required things needed for the day. I would cash out a customers bill, file paper and electronically, keep inventory. My coworkers were very friendly and personable. My manager didn't do very well at managing my coworkers and I, this caused the majority of – more... my coworkers and myself to step up and take responsibility. The best part of my job would be communicating with the customers and making there days brighter. – less
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very stricked work place
Associate (Former Employee), Marysville, OHNovember 6, 2013
you are there to work not play but it was very interesting.There is no time for playing around....work,work,work...
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a good place to get experience
Customer Service (Former Employee), Southampton, ENGOctober 31, 2013
Pros: free cups of teas
Cons: full working days
in the morning i would asist the salesman in their duties such as telephone calls paper work, and customer care.in the afternoon i was in the garage helping service car and assisted them with what ever they needed done in the afternoon.
I Learnt:
.Good communication skills
.working under pressure
.Time managment
.customer care

My co-workers were very – more... helpful in teaching me the ropes in the jobs and very approachable.

The hardest part of the job was trying to understand how the whole car manufacturer worked.

The most enjoyble part was:
.Getting to know my fellow co-workers
.working with customers on a face to face bases – less
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Management is very good to employees
Sales Representative, Route (Former Employee), Pompton Plains, NJOctober 22, 2013
Management is very good to employees. Left for personal reasons and to look for better opportunities.

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Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (Honda) develops manufactures and distributes motorcycles, automobiles, power products, and also provides – Read more