Engineer (Former Employee), Raymond, OH – March 29, 2014
Pros: stable job
Cons: difficult to advance in the company, projects not exciting anymore, cafeteria is very unhealthy
Good place for a job. Not so much for a career. Management often has weak direction for projects and seldom listen to engineers innovative ideas. If you are a follower this is the place for you. If you want to innovate and work in a place with cutting edge technology look elsewhere.
Sr.Net Developer (Current Employee), Marysville, OH – March 14, 2014
Pros: good work culture
Cons: short breaks
• Involved in Design, Development, and Testing and Deployment phases of Software Development Life Cycle. Actively participated in System Study and analyzing user requirements. • Created admin screens and transactional screens such as operations and compliance disposition screens which have heavy traffic.
Quality Control (Current Employee), Raymond, OH – February 18, 2014
Pros: flex time
PQT / RI •Perform incoming inspection of build to print purchased parts. •Processes and analyzes defects from production, service and supply chain. •Perform all analytical and physical testing of in process and finished products. •Perform Lab equipment verification and oversees calibration activities. •Assist in continuous manufacturing efficiency improvements – more... by analyzing work flow, equipment, layout, ergonomics, and product assembly. •Keep equipment operational by coordinating preventative maintenance schedule; following manufacturer's instructions and established procedures; requesting special service. •Provide shop floor support to resolve daily product and process related issues. •Ensure critical to quality characteristics are identified on drawings; and develops inspection plans for supplied materials. •Verifie that effective corrective action is taken to eliminate the root causes of systemic problems in design and production. •Assist with R&D testing as needed. •Perform data analysis related to inspection and defects. – less
loading car parts into loading cages to be shipped to dealerships
Loader (Former Employee), Windsor, CT – January 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.
Service manager (Current Employee), Gorakhpur, HR – January 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.
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee), Mount Laurel, NJ – January 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
Lot Attendant (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PA – January 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.
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