Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee), Mississauga, ON – September 30, 2014
its an extremely fast paced work enviroment and everyone who starts of new will have a hard time keeping up with the pace. the co-workers there are the best thing about this place and they help the new comers however they can so he can adjust himself in fast pace work enviroment.
Production Operator (Former Employee), Luton, ENG – June 14, 2014
Pros: free coffe machine
Cons: hard work
working on a busy production line. making sure all seats are put together right and meet safety requirements. management are fair. every body works together as a team. make sure you don't fall behind on the flow of the moving production line. holidays are the best along with doing shift work
Prototype seating (Current Employee), novi mi – May 13, 2014
Cons: not the career i want to be in
-Operated the end of the line tester for any malfunctions with the seat and then put the seat into shipping position -Checking parts into the inventory system and also scanning them out of the system -Took efforts on seats (how much effort it takes to push buttons to move headrest to push seat from full fold to first lock to full recline) -Shipping, – more... boxing and labeling seats -Licensed forklift truck operator -Generated labels for the parts paper work -Paper work such has putting the all the proper paper work together that goes with the seats that will be built Kit seats using the paper work that I have put together (picking seat parts putting them on a cart to be built) – less
Materials Supervisor (Former Employee), Highland Park, MI – December 9, 2013
Pros: 401k, healthcare, wages
Cons: inexperienced managers and leadership
Starting a half an hour before the shift for preparation and pass down of what will more than likely be a 12hr day. I learned that you are only as good as you were the previous day. Management is not very supportive of an individuals success as it is with the importance of its daily agenda. The necessary tools for day to day success are not provided – more... nor planned for to accommodate the daily activities. Co-workers are constantly frustrated with the condition that the prior shift leaves for them, the situation is noted and never reconciled. The hardest part of the day would be restoring the warehouse, while also continuing with your own daily activities. Generally after lunch when things are all caught up. – less
It was an ok place to work at. It was conviently located in my area.
Production Associate / Assembler (Former Employee), Highland Park, MI – May 31, 2012
Pros: great location and great pay!
Cons: poor communication from management.
My co-workers were like family. We all got along well. They hardest part of the job was the work instructions changed a lot. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to rotate jobs every two hours.