Maintenance Team Member (Former Employee) – West Point, GA – September 8, 2017
Very good place to work with very good benefits. The 12 hour shifts are rotating. The plant is large and there is lots of walking. Nice locker room provided with a shower. There is alot of concern for the eployees and the community. There is opportunity to win a weekend drive of one of the cars made at the plant. The company also hosts a huge family day with lots of good food and fun and games for the children. There is also opportunity to do charitable work within the community.
General Assembler (Former Employee) – West Point, GA – June 1, 2017
I worked there for 6 years and never got to move around the plant. There's no sympathy for family time or loved ones passing. It's all about who you're buddy buddy with there wether you move up or not. They've made too many cars and continue to make too many therefore people will probably be losing hours or jobs completely very soon.
General Assembly Specialist (Current Employee) – West Point, GA – May 14, 2017
I believe that this is a good place to work. They pay well among the salary ranks, offer overtime, and great benefits. The Korean culture can be hard for some but they are great people who work very hard.
Maintenance (Current Employee) – West Point, GA – December 9, 2016
The pay and benefits is good. Management and Team Relations never consistent. Different rules for different people. Team relations always picks the easy way out in dealing with problems. Most of the managers are very unprofessional. Work environment isn't a Team environment It's usually an individual based one.
Weld Engineering Co-op (Former Employee) – West Point, GA – December 4, 2016
I worked as an engineering co-op in the paint, weld, and assembly shops at Kia. I got to do some valuable projects, but the co-op program is not structured and you will encounter mentors and managers who do not have meaningful work for you. Overall it was a beneficial experience, but I have no particular desire to work there again.
General Assembly (Current Employee) – West Point, GA – October 30, 2016
Working on a line can be very challenging. Trying to keep up with the speed of line and repetive work sometimes can be difficult. The people I work with can make the job easier . Management is very laid back as long as you are doing your job.