Molding Supervisor (Current Employee) – Adrian, MI – July 28, 2015
Start day off by setting up run plan and getting operators in their correct positions. Followed up by staff meetings and then walking the floor to see what and where we are at from the following shift. During the day completing multiple layered audits to insure FTQ process, PM sheets, and production sheets are being done. Making sure all Husky presses are running inside tolerances on PM sheets to insure parts are within specifications. Completing 1 SOT per week along with team leader and union rep. ending the night with pass down communication with next shift supervisor.
Customer Support Engineer (Former Employee) – Cottondale, AL – March 10, 2016
When I was a member of the Inteva family, I gained valuable knowledge and skills that i use daily in my current position. Over the years I was awarded several promotions because of my attitude, work ethics, dedication, and how I present myself as a hard worker. In doing these numerous positions, I gave my all and nothing less of my best.This experience has helped me at my current job with Faurecia.
Assembly line worker (Former Employee) – Gadsden, AL – September 8, 2015
I will have to say that this was a great job. The team that I worked with was AWESOME. We helped each other and if it was a problem we will communicate and fixed the problem. I had a lot of help from management.
seal operator (Former Employee) – Gadsden, AL – June 10, 2015
Inteva Products is an unorganized work environment. They are a union plant for no reason b/c the union refuses to fight for you all the way to human resources. Inteva products care nothing about employees or the health. A typical work week thru Inteva products is a disaster. You work from day to day not knowing if you will be workin 8,10, or twelve hour shift for the day or mandatory overtime for the weekend. I worked third shift, which was suppose to be sun-Thursday nights. Supervisor will tell employees Friday morning before leaving that we are working mandatory 7 days. I was continuously threated and harassed by regular employees as well as quality inspectors. Union and Human resources where very aware of the problems along with documentations. No issue was resolved. The job started to effect my health outside of work including my blood pressure being almost stroke level at the end of each shift.
Shipping Coordinator/ Materials Dev (Current Employee) – Vandalia, OH – April 21, 2015
It started off as the highest paying job i ever had, but now its gotten to the point where i am being under paid for what i am being asked to do. The work environment is good for socialable people, but gets workers in a habit of laziness.
assembly (Current Employee) – Gadsden, AL – March 19, 2015
I enjoy my job at the plant but, they cut overtime and have been sending us home early. I cannot survive on less than $300.00 per week. So I am seeking a full time job with better pay. My co workers are lazy and don't do their job and with working on the line I have to cover their job so the line will continue to run, and Management doesnt care as long as it gets done.
good pay scale but alot of over time required. Union and office seems to function well together.
Team member (Current Employee) – Adrian, MI – January 24, 2015
A typical day may start at 4 am and end at 4:30 pm there were times when communication caused a delay in progress. No material no work getting done. Each department depends on another and when the material is ready the people really work hard and get production out. Better communication between departments and shifts is needed. Some areas in the plant had a family atmosphere within their teams and others a lot of drama. I did not have any problems working with anyone. I liked my job. The pace of it finally got to me and I need to scale back a bit. I want to use my degrees and there is no chance for advancement here for me.
good insurance, good breaks, supervisors and line leaders work with you to get the production out.
very stressful, unfair, unreasonable workplace environment
consoles, sunroof maker and tester (Former Employee) – Gadsden, AL – October 27, 2014
I care not to comment about the work conditions, management and the treatment at my last employer. Let's just say it was a bad experience from the start and continued until I had to leave the company to protect my sanity, dignity and integrity. You don't want me to describe the unbearable, intolerable work schedule and hours with No Time Off At ALL nor the discrimination and unfair treatment that exists daily. I have to stop there before I say too much and get on my soap box. I am looking for a position working with Medical Records, Office Administration, Case Management, etc. in a stable company or agency in social and family services. Thank you Indeed for your support and assistance. My resume is posted online for your convenience.
stable weekly paycheck
no off days at all, a lot of management problems, constant turnover of workers, and that's just a few examples
This is a great job where i was able to get a taste of my major put in a practical approach. I never knew how much work went into the design of our showcase project so it is very cool to see how that goes. However, this job involved a lot of travelling that might not be suitable for married couples.
Production Associate (Former Employee) – Adrian, MI – July 9, 2014
Inteva Products Production is unlike any other job you will be faced with. The inside of a factory in mid summer was the hardest part of my job, and Working with very friendly upbeat team members was the best. Working at Inteva made " when life gives you lemons, make lemonade" a reality for me. Everyday was a real challenge, not only physically but mentally as well.