Engine Line Worker (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 14 March 2018
The company helps University students afford all their expenses and still be able to save up due to the high wages provided. The union is very supportive towards all employees and the supervisors understand any absences due to educational purposes.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Guelph, ON – 1 February 2018
Job description included much of what I sought in the growth of skills and increase in remuneration. The extra hours are not predictable and days that begin at 4:45 a.m. may not end until 7 or 8 p.m. The training needs some organizational elements. The workplace is not conducive to growth and expansion with regard to my abilities. The benefits are great, the pay is great- a more invigorating environment could add to the positive energy within the workplace.
pay and benefits
unpredictable hours and needs of organization in training
Stamping Department (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 16 January 2018
It was a good job as a student, it fit around my schedule and the salary really helped with student expenses. My fellow employees where very helpful and i learned every job in the stamping department fairly quickly.
close to home
repetitive work with only 15 minute breaks. always on your feet
Worked on line for 17 years and 3 years on forklift
Assembler (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 8 January 2018
First started at the Chrysler Canada Ajax On. Trim Plant in 1982 .Worked on different lines assembling door panels . In 1987 I went to warehouse to operate Counterbalance Forklift and certified in house . There I would load and load product from or to transport trailers . Would take parts to all areas on the 3 lines . !990 I went back to the plant to work on the line . In 1993 I transferred to the Chrysler Canada Brampton Assembly Plant . The Ajax Trim Plant was closing .I learned to use various air powered tools . Learned to operate and air powered glue spray gun , The people were good to work with and the environment was great . I didn't really have any dislikes about my job . After transfer to Brampton I worked in Trim ! area installing multiple parts . Learned to operate pneumatic arm to install HVAC unit into chassis . In 2003 I took an early retirement package due to health problems
administration dept. service (Current Employee) – Quebec City, QC – 28 September 2017
Je lis les commentaires sur FCA et l'image en usine semble tres differente que celle vecue en concession, je suis a l'emploi du meme concessionnaire depuis plus de 20 ans je peut dire que les relations entre manufacturier et concessionnaires sont des plus desagreables. ex: politique de garantie non respectees, favoritisme envers certains concessionnaire, et remuneration du travail accompli par les techniciens en garantie tres mediocre. malheureusement au Canada depuis la perte de Yves Landry personne n'osent se tenir debout face a l'administration Americaine de FCA. Qui rend le travail de tous les jours un defi de taille qui vaut la peine quand on a l'esprit "client" mais si on pense au manufacturier nous positionne au degre "0" en tant qu'etre humain. Desole Sergio mais ce n'est pas aussi etincelant que vous le dites
Line Worker (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 22 September 2017
Overall decent job for the money it pays but management and the work environment is completely horrible. People and team leaders do not care about safety, if you get injured they expect you to recover quick and act like it is nothing. Save yourself do not work here.