I loved working at Faurecia at times because i only had one kid. The hours were from 7p.m. to 7a.m.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Fountain sc – August 6, 2016
The area that I was working in unfortunately ended. So I was out of a job for a while. But I did receive unemployment benefits. I would go back only on 1st shift. However I think that they are now under another company.
Line Tech/GL (Former Employee) – Gluckstadt, MS – May 20, 2016
I started off as a line tech and temporary worker. In less than a year I was hired on full time. Three months later I became a team leader and was considered for the supervisor in training position.With that being said, I learned that in life if you apply yourself and really work you can achieve more than you know.
Master Stylist (Former Employee) – Banbury – November 19, 2015
No ping pong table, every thing broken, No screwdrivers, No spare parts. No respect No music, No smiling, Boss has shaky head. He no talk to me. Toilets velly smelly, work to hard, peopl leave all time, money no good, i go Decoma with my frends. better job mor money
Metal Stamping (Former Employee) – Sterling Heights, MI – November 11, 2015
Experienced in the field of assembly and fabrication. Works extremely well in cooperative groups and/or setting unaccompanied. Willing to accommodate the needs of the facility as a whole. Able to satisfy any type of scheduling. Effective in maximizing the use of time and resources.
Manager (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – November 2, 2015
While I was an employee, there were 6 plant managers at the facility. There was no clear plan or direction. There were three groups of consultants who assessed the plant the direction it should take. None of the suggestions were executed.
FES (Former Employee) – Cleveland, MS – October 15, 2015
Massive disconnect between managers, supporting engineers, and floor workers. Everyone points fingers at everyone else as to why nothing works right. Even though corporate tells the factory the wrong thing to do, it is still the factory's fault for the mess.
Gap Leader (Current Employee) – cottondale, al – July 10, 2015
On a typical day at work, the day go smoothly and more productive. I learn to authorize machines and build seats to the best of my ability. The management is a great management. The co-worker are very hard working and motivated. The hardest part about the job is when a machine goes down it might take time to reboot. The most enjoyable part of the day is worker well with my co-workers and get the job done. Therefore management can be please with outstanding performance.
Painter/Assembly Line/Gap Leader (Current Employee) – saline, Mi – January 24, 2015
I have learned the process on how to build doors and the management is ok it could be better, my co-workers at not that bad. hardest part of the job is gettting people to listen to you. most enjoyable part of the job is leaving.