Martinrea International
Happiness score is 58 out of 100
3.4 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • CEO
    Pat D’Eramo
    68%
    approve of Pat D’Eramo's performance
  • Founded
    2001
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Auto
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23 jobs

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 841 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Production Associate in Tillsonburg, ON
on 4 September 2021
decent place to work but it's repetitive factory woro
working 6 days a week currently you only get the weekend off if you make enough parts during the week. pay is alright, benefits are decent, RRSP match is small but it's at least something. most employers in the area don't even do that. management has so many members you get a told how to work by so many people you don't know what to do.
Sr. Team Leader in Tillsonburg, ON
on 9 November 2021
Extremely poor management team
If you are not part of the "group of favourites" at Martinrea then your time there will be stressful, filled with back stabbing and continual scrutiny. The job I was hired for did not fit what I was told it was to be.
Welder in Tillsonburg, ON
on 27 October 2021
Horrible hours
Lucky to get a 40 hour work week..... in the interview they talk about how it's an amazing company and how there's so much room for advancement but they barely have any work and are constantly asking for people to go home an always canceling shifts terrible place to work
Material Handler/Forklift Operator in Tillsonburg, ON
on 18 October 2021
A good example for slavery in 21 century
If you want to know how long you can be survie without fresh air while pushing and pulling 1.5 tons stupid carts, that's a good place to test yourself!If you want to know how pyramids made in Egypt just by man power without any equipment, that's a perfect place to figure out!
Tugger/Decanter in Tillsonburg, ON
on 17 August 2021
Very depressing
Very toxic enviroment. Upper management is terrible. Zero perks to stay there. Wage blows. Supervisors say they will be on the floor, but you never see them. Only when they are leaving at the end of the day. 6 days a week cause they can't figure out how to fix anything or properly run a manufacturing plant. They have been trying to get a second line running but can't get enough people to stay there. Very high turnover, the worst plant i've ever seen for that. Stay away

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