Ex employee (Former Employee) – Warren, OH – May 12, 2016
I was employed at Delphi from 1999-2006. Sadly had to leave due to taking the buyout. Easiest job employer to work for. There was not ONE day in my SEVEN years of employment did I ever feel like I went to work. What got on my last nerve were the spoiled brats who worked there for decades and never had any other job. They felt that Delphi was actual "work". My average work hour days were 4 hours. I would make rate in 4 hours every day. Secondly, when I finally landed an office job, it was even EASIER yet. I literally had to FIND things to do. I would spend HOURS on the computer surfing the web and doing my college homework. The pay sucked for me though. Only people that earned decent salaries were hired prior to 1995.
Material Handler (Current Employee) – Warren, OH – March 11, 2016
Upon the start of the shift, order Sheets are distributed. There are serial numbers provided to verify the material(s) requested by various Merchants. As an Order Checker, your responsibilities are but not limited to, providing a potential Merchant with the correct product. Picking from shelves and creating a balance skid of parts either shipped or air freighted to a wide range of Merchants. We must utilize safety first, because of the Heavy Equipment, which is required to complete the job tasks. There have been many updates implemented to the Shipping and Receiving Departments, resulting in a more efficient, safer environment. One of the more difficult aspects are the weighs of the material has so many variables. The most enjoyable part of the job is the fact that everyone is a team player and we assist each other if one needs a hand. And the benefits of a workout without actually going to a gym.
Work at your own pace.
Can get Hectic from time to time, with last minute orders. But doable.
Great place to work place to work! Management gave me an opportunity to lead and utilize my experience to make independent decisions. Valuable relationships were developed which created an atmosphere of trust and family.
Machine Operator/Technician (Former Employee) – Clinton, MS – July 17, 2015
At this job I learned a lot I learned how to drive a forklift I also learned how to do quality I became a operator then two months later I became a technician I learned how to fix on machines I was managing12 employers I loved this job and its pay
Need to repair and maintain the machine daily. Workers are mostly from Local shanghai area. the hardest part of the job is the working place is far away from the centre distract of Shanghai, like 2-hour driving.
Enjoyed working for this company. All afternoon shift. Great benefits. Did not like the unexpected lay offs. Great vacation time off. Always working hard. Working experience learned a lot from management.
Many changes each year, but it still has been productive
Administrative Assistant III (Current Employee) – Brookhaven, MS – May 5, 2014
I do miss in earlier years of working here the teamwork. Everyone helped everyone. No one threw anyone under the bus. That is what makes productivity so easy (teamwork). I am a firm believer in teamwork and getting the job done right.
Working at Delphi was the fullfilling job to me because I made the most money than I ever made, and it was fun working there!
Assembley line and Scrap Technician (Former Employee) – Brookhaven, MS – December 17, 2013
I was the Scrap Technician, and my day consisted of picking up scrap parts, plastic, fuses, connectors, trays, reels, trash and copper. I separated the scrap and shipped the scrap out to different company's and kept records of everything scraped and shipped out. This is where I first learned how to multitask. On this job I had my own area to work in and was on my own to do my work. So by doing my work and keeping my area clean, I gain much respect from management. When ever we had visitors in the building, management always brought them to my department because it was the cleanest out of all the Delphi companies.So management had bragging rights. The co-workers were like family to me! We helped each other, we worked together on one accord. It was a great group of people to work with. The hardest part of that job was learning the different companies to ship the scrap to because there were so many! The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that my work was a great help to the company!
Cable Assembly Operator (Former Employee) – Clinton, MS – December 2, 2013
Experienced Mechanical, Electrical assembler, Machine operator in clean room environment. Cable assembly. Assemble, disassemble, and re-build various types of electronic components. Clean, Vacuumed, Jumper setting,Plan jobs, estimates, meeting with clients, and procurement of material. Assemble, install, test and maintain electrical or electronic wiring, equipment, and fixtures, using hand tools and power tools. Supervise and lay-out several jobs simultaneously. Lead and coordinate with employees. Excellent organizational and team skills
Receiving Clerk (Former Employee) – Clinton, MS – August 27, 2013
A Good Company to work for we were more like a family than coWORKERS. The pay was very nice. The work was not hard our supervisor was very understanding.I hope the plant will reopen so our children can have a chance to work for this great company.But the old saying is:you never miss your water until your well runs dry.