Faurecia Saline Plant - Great Pay / Great People / Management difficulties
Production and Quality Control (Former Employee) – Saline, MI – February 17, 2016
I enjoyed my time working at the Faurecia Saline Plant.
The work included was simple but challenging in that there were quotas of parts required that our teams had to produce.
Co workers, were for the most part a joy to work with, many work relationships turning into friendships or positive acquaintances.
Supervision and leadership were generally pleasant to deal with,
work teams were facilitated by Gap Leaders that were knowledgeable and generally approachable.
In my time there I helped to achieve a record number of PPM built and sent to our customers without defects, an achievement that was well noted through management.
The hardest part of being employed with Faurecia was the scheduling for our respective department, including uncompromising weekend shifts, mandatory overtime which if refused resulted in the accrual of attendance points, frequent changes in supervision, inconsistency in company policies, and the threat of losing your job through health related circumstances within or outside of the plant.
Best part of the job, was the relationships with the people there.
Management, Scheduling, Human Resourses, Point System, Wavering Incoherrent Policies, Compromised Union