Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Guelph, ON – 15 May 2018
The salary was not so what I had expected managers and supervisors used to get angry with employees if things were not done properly. A lot of hassle and work that needed to be completed in time with customers expectations. To much lifting and gauging and inspection of parts a lot of work and quantity of products that needed to be delivered.
When there is work its a good place to work with good co-workers
Final Inspector (Current Employee) – Guelph, ON – 13 April 2018
It can be a productive day when machines are not down. I have been crossed trained which is beneficial when there is no work in my area. I have good supervisors and get along really well with them. There is a lot of different cultures in the workplace and it is very interesting to learn about them. Most are very friendly and I work well with them. The hardest part of this job is not being able to get my production done because of machine breakdowns which is too often. There are to many unscheduled shutdowns and 4 day work weeks which is very hard financially. The most enjoyable part of my job is when I can get more than required production out and working with my co-workers.
.to many problems with machines not being fixed properly
Desktop support Technician Co-op (Former Employee) – Guelph, ON – 1 April 2018
Linamar is one of the best Automotive industry anyone would love to work for, friendly and happy employees and there is a lot of great opportunities to grow. Management are always there to help make sure you are trained to the fullest extent.
Company promotes workhaulic culture with less focus on quality family time.
Sr Quality Engineer (Former Employee) – Guelph, ON – 17 March 2018
Job security is the best in Linamar. Work is available. Great company to sta rt and learn and move on. Worse part is employ direspect and abuse. Most Managers are abusers and openly disrespectful. Company has poor human relations departments where HR is affraid of General Manager. Quality Managers havr same situation and they have to do what ever asked by Gerneral Managers. Salary is OK but bebifits are worse. Company is old fashioned with minimum support for healthy cafetaria food and flexible work.
Engineer Technologist (Co-op) (Former Employee) – Guelph, ON – 27 February 2018
Long days, typically 10 hours minimum applying the latest engineering principals to create products for leading worldwide automotive assemblers. Products included ferromagnetic controlled shocks and struts that were being researched for the deployment in mass production in volumes never produced before.
oil room technician (Current Employee) – Guelph, ON – 31 January 2018
Not the greatest benefits, gaining lots of valuable experience, very multicultural environment. Communicative staff.My current position in oil room is repetitive.Love/hate relationship with working rotating continental shifts
INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE MECHANIC (Former Employee) – Guelph, ON – 14 December 2017
Because of their fast pace working environment, most of what I have learnt in the trades is due to Linamar Gear. They provided every opportunity for anyone who was driven to succeed.The entire work force were very quick to help anybody out.
give you the right training and room for advancement
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Guelph, ON – 27 September 2017
I lasted one night shift. Job tasks not designed for left-handed people. Conveniently start you on the midnight shift when the plant is quiet and the atmosphere is relaxed. Inhaling coolant fumes can not be good. If you like the pressure of doing piece-work and working 6 days a week this job is for you. Technically you do not get benefits till 9 months. If you are on a shift that ends when buses do not run - expect to walk.
Nice bathrooms, paid training
Piece-work, 6-day work week, inhaling coolant chemicals