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Management is not good in taking care of the workers there are people who is too lazy to work And they are the one who is chosen to stay while some are hardworking like me that got lay off this December management feeds the lazy workers to stay thats why they got bank crop no aircraft is getting done because of lazy workers union does not care of who lazy or not as long they are getting paid they are happy union is not good in the company better take them out!!!

Answered 10 February 2020

Very professional and standard. Not too long of a process and they asked questions I expected to hear.

Answered 13 May 2018

Hours set, but Bombardier is willing to accommodate in some particular cases, IF... the union gives their permission.

Answered 8 October 2019

Bombardier is a good work place , it gives interns the hands on experience from knowledgeable employees.

Answered 9 October 2019

Most of the time no.
Unless you are part of the privileged clan.

Answered 2 June 2019

Bombardier is poorly managed company. With end of corporate welfare by Federal government it's very difficult for Bombardier to survive.
Due to poor planning and incapable management the production costs are too high.

In my estimate the labour costs to assemble a Global 7500 aircraft is same as A380.

Bombardier employees cannot do it right first time. Parts / assemblies are installed , removed, reinstalled on air crafts because workers lack the required skills.

Answered 21 November 2019
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