Sales Purchase Branch Manager (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, Dallas, Austin, Bryan and Houston TX – June 24, 2017
27 years employed prior to retiring. Excellent place to work and for the most part I enjoyed my time with GMAC. Affords advancement opportunities for those with initiative and achieving operational ojbectives
Good salary and excellent benefits
Generally requires relocation for advancement opportunities
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Warren, OH – June 23, 2017
Learned plenty of jobs, got to play a part in a group setting. Had fun meeting new people, working with different people, and getting to know them. Getting more work experience, and getting to work on something much bigger then myself.
the team that i worked with everyday made work worth it
Production worker (Current Employee) – Brownstown, MI – June 22, 2017
If it wasn't for the team I worked with at General Motors I don't know if I would be able to continue to work at that good. The pay was really good but the way they treat their workers are horrible and know one should have to work like that.
Not a bad company at all, Just a lot of office politics and red tape that make getting through a project tough. Management is all about getting the business whatever they want when it comes to requirements and that usually hinders the deadline of the project everytime.
The hours are very reasonable and are usually quite flexible. I was able to touch a little bit of everything and allowed my skills to improve. However, because it is such a large corporation, the bureaucracy can really impede work effort.
Woodbridge Sequencing Center (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – June 21, 2017
I Love My Work Environment, I Just Wish They Never Would Have Closed Down.I like my coworkers,also my boss.I also loved coming to work an everybody had a positive attitude even when things were going bad it was a very comfortable place to work.
Leader (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – June 20, 2017
good salary and bonus program Plenty of work, but little to no advancements. Health insurance is not upto par with same size companies. Hardest part of the job is that most of decision are made in Detroit The mot enjoyable part is that there is much opportunity to grow the program.
good salary and bonus
very little to no advancements and health insurance is not upto par with large companies
Assistant Team Leader (Former Employee) – Flint, MI – June 20, 2017
Other than job security, working for General motors has been a great experience. I have experienced little to no drama, and everyone was focused on the job. Supervisors and upper management often praised and made sure good work was recognized and appreciated.
fixed schedule with rotations for over time.
no job security. I have worked for GM twice now with false promises.
Assembly Line Worker (Current Employee) – Fairway, KS – June 19, 2017
You can learn a lot of different jobs while employed at GM. The management teams are helpful, the team leaders are helpful also. The only thing I don't like about working at GM are the constant layoffs.
Great facility to expand your knowledge within engineering
Maintenance Supervisor (Current Employee) – Bedford, IN – June 19, 2017
GMPT is a great facility to learn all the processes involved within Die Casting. Each day is always different from the next. My time spent within the facility has taught me a lot in regards to both mechanical and process engineering. I have worked alongside the launch team to provide assistance for our new development. I have learned how to use various types of equipment and how to accurately read a shot curve. In regards to the shot curve, I can diagnose potential issues within the machine, which could cause poor quality in our castings. I have learned a lot about the properties of aluminum and what could cause common defects and how to correct it. My current department has me primarily involved with CNC machines. The facility as a whole as a lot to offer and the management will go out of their way to ensure you have a good understanding of any issue you may face. The most enjoyable part of my job is working alongside the various skilled tradesman to diagnose and resolve an issue we may encounter. Granted, my position is a hands off position, but most workers will allow the extra help, which in turn helps me understand a majority of the repairs. The most difficult part of my job is the heat within the facility. It is a foundry environment, which is not climate controlled, so the summer time is a bit of a bear. However, I have found it will keep you involved enough to where the heat will not be a factor.
Great Staff, Good work personnel, great pay, great benefits
Loss Recovery Clerk (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – June 19, 2017
My time with GM was a great opportunity ,I had to close my chapter with GM due to family members that were ill. I am now looking to continue my life with a great co to where I can exceed my expectations to the fullest!