Marketing Intern (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – December 22, 2014
Working at Ford was a very great experience, I learned a lot about their culture and work environment. My co-workers were a very close knit group that helped me every step of the way. The most enjoyable part of my job was traveling. I really liked not having to be in the office all the time, a nice change of scenery every once in a while was very enjoyable – more... in my internship. – less
Network Engineer (Former Employee), Dearborn, MI – October 2, 2014
When I was at Ford Motor company. I had a very fun time there. I learned alot and it was my first time working in a Data Center. My managers were very, very helpful and to this day, I am still good friends with most of them as well as the VPs that report to the upper echelon of the company. The reason why I left the company was due to down sizing of – more... the network team that I was on. Ford will always have a place in my heart because Ive seen almost everything there is to see on how to run a fortune 500 company and stay competitive in today's market. – less
CLEANER (Former Employee), Dearborn, MI – September 25, 2014
Pros: new skills
Cons: not a chance to advance with the company
A typical day at work is all work no play however it is a friendly environment with friendly and hard working people the hardest part of the job is getting the job done without any mistakes in a timely matter there is no room for mistakes the most enjoyable part about the job is that I enjoy doing the job and learned new skills everyday.
Car Salesman (Former Employee), Montgomery,Alabama – September 24, 2014
Pros: provided educational tools for success
Cons: not enough pay for sales of a new car
Ensure compliance with regulatory and company policies and procedures.How to Aid customers in locating merchandise.Management very knowledgeable of product and co-workers were very helpfull.The hardest part of the job was keeping up with all the new products and how each worked. The most enjoyable part was working with a diverse clientele.
Its a good productive fun place if you like working around alot of people
Assembly Line Worker (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – September 14, 2014
Pros: having 3 days off work in a week.
Cons: no dental and vision benefits after 3-5 years.
My typical day I work 4 days out of 7 days in a week. I mostly learn my position for my job. Management is good working with you and also the co-workers. The hardest thing about my job is waiting 5 years to get my full benefits. The most enjoyable thing I love about my job is I get 3 days off.
manufactoring/final assembly (Former Employee), Sterling Heights, MI – September 9, 2014
Pros: money and benefits
Cons: differents shift changing, the heat and hours
I worked in many manufacturing depts. I learned how to drive hi-lo, run the welder and crane operations. When your in the union management was looked at as the enemy, but I always felt they were people just trying to do there best. With 8000 people in the plant you will find all kinds of different personalities. Getting up at 3am for years and the extreme – more... heat. I loved the wages and benefits for my family. I was bought out of my job, and every now and than I miss it. – less
Assistant, Title Clerk, Mail Clerk, W/S Clerk (Former Employee), Colorado Springs, CO – September 7, 2014
Pros: good benefits and pay, pleasant work environment
Cons: getting moved from one department to another
I worked in several departments. The one I enjoyed most was the mail room. A typical day involved teamwork, many various tasks, some walking when delivering and picking up mail, some standing while operating machinery, some sitting. I learned that there was a lot more to working in the mail room than what a lot of people think.
I enjoyed both my supervisors – more... and co-workers.
The most enjoyable part of the job was working as a team with people I liked. I can't think of the hardest part of this job because it was all enjoyable. – less