What is it like to work at Linamar?

3.0Work/Life Balance
3.2Job Security/Advancement
Electric utopia covered in dystopic grime.
Written by Electrical Apprentice (Former Employee) from Guelph, ON on 22 August 2018
A typical day at work involved running conduit to various locations to run power to various panels, transformers, and machines. Also included PLC panel work and construction of cages for their robots. As well as construction of conveyor systems and terminating signals for various sensors.

I learned quite a bit in the month I got to work at the plant. - more... I have a keen interest in PLC's and luckily there were some very knowledgeable journeyman/contractors as well as third party techs that walked the floors which allowed me to pick at their brains.

I had a pleasant experience with my direct ma ... - less
ProsDecent amount of advanced electrical projects going on at once, lots of computing power on hand, lots of electricity to work with including solar.
ConsHorrible air quality, typical big corporate hierarchical politics, fragmented communication, time is heavily micromanaged, irregular indoor climate conditions cause for excessive perspiration.
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