Elite (Former Employee) – Cusseta, AL – August 17, 2017
At this job I was taught the value of good product as well as following instructions on how to assemble correctly without the short cuts. A typical day would consist of stocking the line before beginning to run the robots. After the line is completely stocked you would begin to load the jigs and send them back to get welded by the robots. Also minor maintenance was required on the robots like changing the tips and cleaning the weld splat off of the jigs to allow the robots to weld at its maximum potential. There were also quality alerts that had to be followed to ensure that the parts are correct and within specification limits. I love fast paced settings as I get bored very quickly so the speed was very enjoyable.
General Assembler (Former Employee) – LaGrange, GA – August 4, 2017
Shifts are horrible if you have children. Kia underpays employees and makes you wait over two years to be hired on or to get a raise. The hardest part of the job is general assembly. Very hard work for very little pay.
Sales Admin (Former Employee) – Lanao Del Nort – July 19, 2017
• Handle large amounts of paperwork and data. • Work within a busy office environment, and support office teams in order to ensure the smooth running of day-to-day activities. • Communicate clearly with work colleagues using emails etc. • Handle petty cash, floats and expenses. • Continually meet and exceed the operational and administrative expectations of employers.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – July 11, 2017
KIA seems to be ahead of their times in terms of employee relations. Offering many perks in return for their hard work and loyalty. They offer benefits and vacation. They pay decent wages. It was a nice place to work.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Midlothian, VA – June 27, 2017
Wonderful management who really take care of their workers and are very easygoing. Tend to stay busy all day, depending on what you're doing. There were a lot of miscommunication problems that were never solved which caused a pretty hostile work environment at times.
General Assembly (Current Employee) – West Point, GA – June 26, 2017
I serve expert abilities to develop new procedures in Automation Scripting to improve operating efficiency and reduce system downtime with a proven record of accomplishment troubleshooting hardware problems in a complex invironment
Car Detailer (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – May 28, 2017
I would only wash cars when a person buys a car which wouldn't always be often but I was able to see how people would interact with consumers trying to pitch them a deal to make a sell or just having good knowledge on cars to help influence the consumer even more.
Salesman (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – December 28, 2016
The people that came to buy cars was never the problem with this place. The problem was the management and the employees that was working there at the time. Most of them other then one person always tried to rip off the costumer and the employees did drugs. I would not want to work at this place again.
Production Team Member (Current Employee) – West Point, GA – December 28, 2016
Kia Motors is a great company & provides great benefits for its employees. Its a very open field kind of job. You will definitely interact with several people & coworkers. Its a multi-cultured company; so expect to meet different people from all ends of the spectrum. You will definitely learn about the assembly of vehicles & the process works.
Special Finance Assistant (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA – December 12, 2016
People are great, very nice genuine, very helpful and caring. If you do need help, they will set aside what they are doing and help you. Its like anything else, you work hard, you get recognized for it.
Make great money if you invest your time in it
be ready to work very long hours pretty much every single day.
Vehicle Porter (Former Employee) – Orland Park, IL – December 8, 2016
Washed 5-20 cars per day. Transported 1-5 people per day back and forth home or to a store while waiting for car repairs. Made coffee every morning and set up the porter bay for the day. Took out all trash and cleaned dealership inside and out. Moved multiple cars hourly around the dealership. Picked up parts from other dealers, possible far drives, +1-2 drive each way.
free lunch on saturday, got to enjoy the beautiful summer weather
Assembly Line Worker (Current Employee) – West Point, GA – December 1, 2016
Typical work day is the same thing everyday, you learn a lot of new skill sets when you get there. Management is OKAY not the best or the worst. Most of the Co-workers are cool as long as you don't get caught up in the drama. The hardest part of the Job is rotating shifts. This is really the best job if you don't have a family or single, but if you do have a family, they will suffer the most. The most enjoyable part of the job is when you finished your 8 hours or more and your walking out the door. The job really would get 5 star if they ever went straight shift.
Good pay - 24-25/hr, Really good benefits, Bonuses
(Rotating shifts) -is one of the worst things you can do for your health, too many managers, Team relations is NOT in the best interest of team members, team relations sides with management 100% of the time