Occupational Health Nurse (Current Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – July 24, 2016
Typical work day are always busy. We can see up to 70 employee a day with various injuries and complaints. Good team work and great experienced nurses have assisted me along the way of this profession.
Product Specialist/Sales (Former Employee) – Vannuys, Ca – July 14, 2016
Most of the time a typical day is to sell vehicles and make customers happy with their purchase. I have learned to grow tough skin. Management should really take some time and talk to their workers, give compliments when due, they should relax and get to know your employees strong and weak areas, I feel to improve their performances. The hardest part is when management is not happy everyone gets in trouble.. The most enjoyable part is see the customer BIG BIG smiles when they get their automobiles and leave.
Cost Accounting Specialist (Former Employee) – Sterling Heights, MI – July 7, 2016
I started very young at the bottom of the salary level and worked very hard to work my way up thru the management chain. I learned a lot about the professional environment and value the experience I had as an employee.
Opportunity to advance
Some employees didn't carry their responsibilities
Engineering Manager (Former Employee) – Belvidere, IL – July 3, 2016
I liked to work with co workers however the management style of confrontational approach and constantly abusing the power was not the type of environment one would call it a healthy place to work. Compensation was ok, however Plant Manager style was just terrible. This was leading to a lot of chaos and usually ending up with wrong decisions and mistakes. I do not wish this upon anyone.
Customer Support tier 2 (Former Employee) – West Valley City, UT – June 6, 2016
A typical day would be getting 2-5 new cases from my district and reaching out to them, identifying the problem and how we can fix it. We would also contact their car dealer to relay any info and check up on stats updates. We made are own callbacks and manage our cases independent. The supervisor and managers are all helpful and will help if a case needs extra help, Almost all your calls were tough cause we were dealing with people who bought a car and their was something wrong with it. They always have games and prizes for those who complete cases within a current time. everyone was friendly and would help each others cases if needed.
Project Manager/Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – May 27, 2016
This was the best job I have worked at. If you had an idea your management would support you. The technology was always changing to keep up with the new. So you have the opportunity to always learn something new.
assembler/welder, stock handler, machine operator (Former Employee) – Kenosha, WI 53140 – May 20, 2016
When I got hired as a 20 year old, I was a little tentative and naive. Over the next 34 years I worked many jobs within the factory. From the assembly line to the housekeeping duties to machine set-up and cleaning. Very exciting and a fast work pace. Learned to work as a team and found this to be the most beneficial.
Team Support (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – May 4, 2016
The Auto Industry has so many aspects as far as knowledge about the vehicles that were produced. Assembly workers put all the parts onto the vehicle then many people inspect before time to deliver across the United States or car dealerships.
My job is very easy and time consuming. The people i work with are awesome.. Management is ok could e better , that' at ay job. My coworkers i love them, we have a good time at work. The hardest part about my job is that things are changing every other day.