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Keep word by deed it is important to make sure what you see is what you get.

Answered 17 August 2020

Upper level management need to be present on the shop floor and gain an understanding of what actually is taking place in production.

Practices like supervisors standing behind line associates with their arm folded in front of their chests trying to intimidate associates to go faster. Or practices like supervisors purposely putting people in jobs that are ergonomically awkward for them.

Answered 15 February 2020

Knowing that your supervisor. And or any management. Even the engineers. Know little to nothing about what they speak of.
And then they get upset Becuase you know better then they do.

Makes it hard to respect anyone in upper management


Not how a company should work

Answered 16 December 2019

As long as you can tie your own shoes on your feet (even velcro) your probably gonna get hired

Answered 16 December 2019

SMI is not a great place to work or grow. It takes up to a year to become a full time associate. Once you have achieved full time status your pay as a shop floor associate is little better than minimum wage and even if you grow within the company the wages are not industry standard. If you want to live in poverty SMI should be your employer of choice.

Answered 7 August 2018

Increase pay, change job responsibilities

Answered 13 September 2020

The benefits were good, however now that it's a larger business the company should pay a portion of the premiums. $80 per pay is steep. With businesses like Honda and parts suppliers benefits were not out of the employees pocket.

Answered 6 February 2020

Fire the only people that seems to have job security. Upper management. And hire people with a head on there shoulders. They’re trying to build a sky scraper on a dirt foundation

Answered 26 November 2019

They just took away everyones paid lunch. Told everyone theyre getting a dollar raise so they can be competitive. And then anyone who's not brand new to the company only got about a 10 cent raise.
Anyone who doesnt like it knows where the door is. Is the attitude apparently

Therefore upsetting most of the workers who knows what theyre doing in the factory.

Unless you are brand new. Then you might have enjoyed them lying to everyone else around you.


Now 8.5 hours a day. And still spiralling downwards

Answered 16 December 2019

8:30 - 4:30 Monday thru Friday

Answered 26 May 2019
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