Non destructive testing (Current Employee) – Montague, MI – April 1, 2014
You work 12 hour days, 7 days a week; in a VERY hostile work environment. If you are a woman, DO NOT WORK THERE. The sexual harassment is never ending, and the company refuses to do anything about it! And if you say something, you are retaliated against. Plus, they never pay you for the correct hours!
Molder (Current Employee) – Montague, MI – October 4, 2017
Great job, I really enjoy working there. I've just always loved overtime. Originally went to Chassix because it was 7 days, but now they've slowed to mostly 40 hours. Im a very hard worker, I just want more out of a place.
Molder (Current Employee) – Montague, MI – September 30, 2017
I chose to work at chassix for it's location. I have had experience in this field of work this is another reason that chose chassix to work for. I am looking for advancement even if it means I relocate.
Quality Control Inspector (Current Employee) – Shelbyville, TN – September 15, 2017
I do not work directly for Chassix. I am a Quality Control Inspector, through a temp tp hire company, ResourceMFG.. It is a good company with friendly employees who immediately make you feel welcome.. Management is great. I live 32 miles from Chassix (64 miles round trip daily). I live in Fayetteville, TN My commute is definitely the hardest and worst part of the job.. Working with others and staying engaged while learning new skills is definitely the most enjoyable part of the job.
Resource MFG, no benefits or holiday pay.Good cooworkers
Machine Operator / Turntable Operator (Former Employee) – Bristol, IN – August 28, 2017
Chassix was an experience. You worked around many ovens that melted lead and steal to be poured into models that would be handled until it was a working piece of metal. There were armed guards all the time, fights and stabbings were normal. Drug bust all the time. The joke was you needed a felony in order to work at Chassix, most everyone their was from probation, jail or prison. I could not get out of the position they first gave me because I was so good at it. Chassix wanted me to become management and I was not interested in Management. I was interested in IT work.
everything...no time off, hot everyday; not safe; burnt arms all the time.
Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Columbus, GA – August 7, 2017
Typical day at work would be gauging the parts making sure all meets the required specs and standard regulation. Maintain a safe and clean area and surroundings. Make ball joints to assemble other parts as required etc.
Good place just the point system sucks and their is a high turn over ratio.
Material Handler (Current Employee) – Montague, MI – July 7, 2017
Could be ran better and with higher Educated people on board if you Ask me. Better training and not just grab the next available guy in the office that has no clue on what is going on the floor or in the Shipping Department.
A quarterly bonus is nice
Short breaks for the hours we work and pay us what we are acrually worth.
Quailty technician (Former Employee) – Port Huron, MI – June 30, 2017
people are easy to get along with, liked the my boss, easy to train on the machines, quality is a must know, job leaders are nice, Human resources is up to date, will help you with anything you need, Company keeps you up dated on what is going on with the company
It's all around a great place to work between the environment to the peopl
Molder (Former Employee) – Montague, MI – June 22, 2017
I like the people and work environment, everyone's laid back when they are able to and pretty much wasn't to bad besides the heat but other than that its a great place to work the pay and great as well and the overtime