Vuteq
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Vuteq Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    福田太郎
    62%
    approve of 福田太郎's performance
  • Founded
    1965
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    more than $12B (CAD)
  • Industry
    Transportation Equipment Manufacturing
  • Link
    Vuteq website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 201 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Assembler in Woodstock, ON
on 17 January 2019
Good bonuses
Vuteq gives out 2 bonuses yearly. The workplace is decent but the management is not well educated to run some of the departments. Pay rate is good for new starts but not for those who have been there for multiple years.
Production Associate in Woodstock, ON
on 29 January 2022
Factory job- Repetitive work with a company that sees high turnover rates.
Worked as a summer student in 2018/2019. Not fun, they don't care at all about you. Its to be expected however as it is just a factory job. Would recommend only to work here if you need some quick cash for a few months.
Labourer in Woodstock, ON
on 25 September 2020
Worst Job Ever
This is the worst job I’ve ever had! There are managers, like at large injection, who are absolutely despicable! Regardless of how hard you work for them, they still bully you. They’ll even conspire behind your back to have you disciplined, even for faults that are not your own. When it comes to disputes, they will gladly side with people who’ve worked there for the longest, even though they instigate and bully new recruits! They have absolutely no respect for worker’s dignities here! Their “code of conduct” is one big joke that they use to lure and fool you into joining their organization. There is a reason why this place has such a horrible reputation in Woodstock! They are practically begging people to come work for them at this point.
Line Worker in Woodstock, ON
on 23 May 2020
good first starter job
good job to get you started but I found this job very repetitive and fast paced hard to keep up and I found this job was not worth the money long term
Millwright Apprentice in Woodstock, ON
on 28 February 2020
Hard to fit in
I worked in maintenance. Fellow employees and management will make you feel like garbage if they dont like you. They employ workplace bullying tactics to make you feel worthless and make you quit. You have to be like everyone else in order to be accepted and respected. No team building exercises

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Interview insights

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Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

How was your attendance at other work places? Have you had any moments at the work place that you're proud of? There was a few more questions but they mainly focused on dexterity tests and whimis.

Shared on 5 October 2017

What can you bring to the company? Why would you like to work with a manufacturing company? What are your strengths? How do you deal under pressure?

Shared on 12 September 2017

They ask info about Vuteq because everyone who comes in starts as a temp

Shared on 30 July 2017

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