My work scheduled stayed the same while I was employed at this company. I was very happy about doing my job. Assembling parts is very fun to me and its fast paced. I would love to go back there one day
Senior Buyer (Former Employee) – Novi, MI – February 2, 2017
Cooper standard has a strong family culture that focuses on work life balance and is very rewarding. This is a great company to work for and certainly is one to keep your eye on in the future. They are a top 100 tier 1 that is rising through the ranks quickly.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Oscoda, MI – January 13, 2017
This was a great place to work while I was there as a maintenance tech. We had good pay and benefits. Coworkers were great and the work was challenging and fun. The only complaint I could come up with is a lack of job security. They did their hiring through a local staffing agency called Trillium, so there were massive amounts of people being hired and laid off for every position.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Tennessee – December 30, 2016
Worked through temp service to get there but, a good place to work. Your never in the same station over and over. I really enjoyed working at Cooper Standards just my hands wouldn't allow me to continue.
They have dinners for employees when they receive new business andt holidays
Molder (Former Employee) – Dudley, NC – December 29, 2016
I really enjoyed working there it's a very good place to work at and very beneficial It has good job stability its a drama free environment employees have the mindset of being one big family working together to get the job done
If you work hard and get the job done you can get off on weekends
If therebis nok team work everybody have to work weekends
One fundamental skill I learned from cooper standard automotive is the importance of safety and team work. My coworkers at cooper standards were great. Everyone on my team did their part to make sure we met our required goals everyday. Supervisors were always hands on at the job site for any questions or comments anyone could have. The hardest part of working at cooper standards automotive was going from week to week unsure of hours. One week you may have excessive overtime, the next week you could be off for days at the time.
The hours were long but the money was worth it. I learned how to operate and maintain different kinds of machine presses. The management was overall excellent and my most of my coworkers were like second family. The hardest part ofmy job was working long hours and coming to work in the middle of the night but the most enjoyable part was meeting new people and learning how to operate different machines.