Assembly, Quality Control and Utility Trainer (Former Employee), Saint Paul, MN – June 3, 2014
Pros: great people
A great place to learn many different skill sets. With a myriad of opportunities, Ford offered a structured organization in which to thrive and grow. Management was constantly growing and learning from the past, and strived for excellence. Co-workers were mostly good hearted, hard working people who loved their families and their job. Hardest part for – more... me was working conditions at night, I had to bring a can of OFF to fight the mosquitoes. Best part was the opportunities for advancement and the benefits!!! – less
This company could change the culture for the better.
Inspector (Former Employee), Chicago, IL – May 16, 2014
Pros: close to where i live
Cons: long days, some jobs make the body overworked
I come in for work and the culture is typical. There should be some improvements but the feedback employees give to the company are ignored. Management is not consistent with quality and safety for employees. I wish for changes and tried to make a difference but the culture and the attitude of managers are content. Work station analysis should be addressed – more... to allow assembly workers to be more productive. – less
Summer Intern (Current Employee), Dearborn, MI – May 14, 2014
Huge company and they treat their employees very well. Some employees work in cubes while others work mainly in conference rooms (depending on team/individual assignment). Communication is key here since the company is so large and has a huge base of employees.