Pros: the pay was excellent, and the company made you feel like you were part of a team trying to achieve the same goal, there was plenty of room for advancement, and to futher your education.
Cons: i had to drive from columbus to dayton everyday.
Working for General Motors was very educational. I learned about the importance of safety in the workplace and Putting the customer first. The moto there was, "Quality creates Customer Enthusiam!" So, everyone took there job serious and had pride in there work. I had to learn all the jobs in my area just in case someone called off sick or if someone – more... didn't put a part on the truck correctly I had to chase the truck down and correct the problem before it got to GM's Quality Department. I cheked all the equipment at the start of the shift and made sure everyone had the supplies they needed. It wook me about five years to get this position. I liked the freedom of doing something different and learning new things. The hardest part of the job was learning a new skill but that only lasted about a day. The most enjoyable part was meeting interesting people and management always encouraged us to summit ideas to make the company better, and if they used your idea they would pay you. GM also provided the uniform t-shirts so it made it easy to decide what to wear to work. It was nice looking like everyone else too. Management kept us updated on safety issues, production, money bonuses, and our healthcare benfits. – less