Technician (Current Employee) – Homer, MI – October 23, 2017
Extremely reactive company. Everything gets a bandaid but never really gets fixed. Not much care for you as an employee at Brembo you are just another number. Management from the floor on up has no clue what's going on unless it's in the air conditioned office. Unquestionably the worst human resources department anywhere around.
HR department is a joke. Management is absolutely clueless.
Systems Division (Current Employee) – Plymouth, MI – August 25, 2017
If you plan to grow in your career, look elsewhere. It is a very lean organization with not a lot of opportunity for growth. Leadership is very poor, so do not plan on having managers or upper level management take an interest in your career or having clear communication on what company objectives are.
Depending on manager, there is good work/life balance.
Poor leadership, No upper management engagement, no clear communication on company objectives.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Homer, MI – July 31, 2017
The people in the office sit on their butts in an air conditioned office not doing squat and get paid way too much. They don't work weekends when they force the floor to work every weekend. The supervision doesn't know how to properly do things or how to treat the workers. The turnover rate is ridiculously high because of this.
Assembly Technician (Former Employee) – Costa Mesa, CA – July 25, 2017
My duties was to assemble GT kits which was the bread and butter of Brembo. Since brembo is a Sport brake manufacture i would see many and i mean many exotic cars. i was able to preview some of the cars before it was shown to the public. my job was stressful at times since it was a requirement to meet stick quality.
Assembler (Current Employee) – Homer, MI – May 8, 2017
Most of their lines from caliper are all moved to mexico. Only 3 lines left and they will be going also to mexico. No one knows when their last day will be. They keep blowing smoke up everyones butt. Operators mean nothing to them but money makers. To move up u better have ur knee pads on. Its sad but true. Management will never take your side, u will always be the blame no matter whos fault it is. U can try your luck with the foundry or disc but its all ran by the same company and management.
Continuous Improvement Assistant (Former Employee) – Homer, MI – April 27, 2017
LOVE the work environment, the culture, the pay, the benefits, everything, except the location. Nothing to do in the area. I loved working there, but to go anywhere else as good as there, I had to get a degree.
Technician (Former Employee) – Homer, MI – April 26, 2017
Brembo has great pay and good benefits. They have an ok attendance policy. Be prepared to work hard. I advanced quickly but found I was no more than a number there. in the 3 years I worked there I noticed a revolving door of associates.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Homer Location, MI – April 20, 2017
Management is fair and provides us good reasoning for their decisions - keeps us informed. Despite changes in business for the Caliper plant, any affected and qualified employees in good standing were eligible for transfer to Disc or Foundry. Typical day is fast paced which allows us to feel job security and appreciated. Would recommend Brembo to friends and family - very generous in benefits & perks to working here!
Fun place to work, keeps employees engaged, benefits and compensation, lots of advancement opportunities
Machine Setup and Operator (Former Employee) – Homer, MI – March 6, 2017
Machining rotors with such tight tolerances improves your measuring and machining abilities daily. All in all though Brembo has a variety of employees that are all more than willing to assist in bettering the company as a whole.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Homer, MI – February 7, 2017
When caliper basically shut down they cared nothing about their employees. They kept lying to us saying there were no open positions, but getting on indeed everyday they sure were hiring for foundry and disc. They care nothing about their employees and will lie straight to your face. I have worked in some pretty bad places, but this one for sure took the cake. Worst company to work for.
Benifits and money
The management are liars and have no clue about anything.
CNC Machinist (Former Employee) – Homer, MI – January 4, 2017
Very fast paced work environment, very organized, and professional. They provide great training, great wages, great benefits, and great co-workers. There is sometimes allot of overtime, but the days fly by under the work conditions.