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Afternoon Maintenance Supervisor (Former Employee), Marlette, MIJanuary 24, 2015
There is not much to say. When I did work there everything was good.
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Great Place to Work
Assembler/Builder (Former Employee), Rochester Hills, MIJanuary 22, 2015
Nice Environment, Nice Benefits and Pay. Enjoyable place to work very helpful staff and coworker. There are no real hard parts of the jobs but the industry is not stable so I was laid off within the year. The most enjoyable part of the job was the ability to work a lot of overtime.
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Growing company not focused on employees.
Director Americas Purchasing (Former Employee), Mexico, Central and South AmericaJanuary 22, 2015
Lear is a driven company that is trying to grow from small company mentality to large global company behavior. Lear does not promote from within. Most significant positions are being filled from outside. This is due to an executive leadership decision to try and change Lear into something bigger and better.
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Awesome employer
Production Supervisor (Former Employee), Carlisle, PAJanuary 18, 2015
Unfortunately, the plant I worked in closed. Manufacturer of automobile interior components.
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A great company to work for.
Material handler, Quality assurance, production (Current Employee), tuscaloosa AlabamaJanuary 13, 2015
Pros: great benefits
Cons: dont really have a con
Lear corporation is a wonderful company to work for. The management team members are great , with an open door policy and very honest group. co- workers are like family. the company has much room for advancement and growth
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NIce place to work
Data Center Operator (Former Employee), Southfield, MIJanuary 5, 2015
Nice company that provides employees with perks and longevity. Works well with contractors.
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Production Associate (Current Employee), Rochester Hills, MIDecember 15, 2014
Lear is a company with no room for advancement. Hard to talk to anymore in management if you have any questions or concerns. Happy to be employed but cant see myself as a Lear employee for years to come.
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Lear was the most memorable job. Fast pace and dynamic.
Design Manager (Former Employee), Southfield, MINovember 15, 2014
i have not worked at Lear since 2008. I am sure that the culture have changed. I started during the growth period and it was most exciting and provided me with room to grow and learn.
Lear was a company that was made of individuals not systems. A culture that promoted competitiveness and individual contributions.
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Fast-paced physically demanding place to work
Assembly Line Operator (Current Employee), Roscommon, MINovember 12, 2014
Pros: union, benefits, pay
Cons: mandatory overtime, body wear and tear
A typical day at this facility consists of fast-paced assembly work, followed by paperwork and quality check to insure the parts made meet inspection to be used for the sister company.
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Was a very fun Workplace
Assembly Line Operator (Former Employee), Atlanta, GANovember 10, 2014
Pros: free lunches and dinners great healthcare
Everyone got along. Management was awesome. Supervisor great. Just an overall great place
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great job
line leader/ assembler (Former Employee), MINovember 7, 2014
Pros: geat pay
Cons: lay offs
made car seats for ford f-150 it was a lot of fun wising they didn't lay us off due to 9/11
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fun work place
Machine Operator/Assembler (Former Employee), Hammond, INOctober 19, 2014
Pros: hour lunch
Cons: union dues
Just love the work environment and the people I work with no one is really strict the managers just want the job done. My co-workers are really down to earth and make the work place enjoyable & safe I've learn that this job keeps the employees involve with earning awards and being more aware of the hard work we are doing for the company.
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laid off
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee), St. Louis, MOOctober 13, 2014
Great place to work for got laid off do to man power assemble seats for Generai Motors
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Challenging
Director, Global Indirect Purchasing (Former Employee), Southfield, MIOctober 2, 2014
If you want a challenge - Lear is the place to work. If you have a strong work ethic and passion for excellence - you will do well at Lear.
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Productive
Relief Operator (Former Employee), Marshall, MISeptember 20, 2014
Pros: overtime
Cons: low wages
It was nice working there but the pay was too low. Too much drama
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Productive and fun place to work for .
Logisitcis Analyst (Former Employee), El Paso, TXSeptember 9, 2014
Cordinating and schedule the logistics of Domestic and Internatinal shipments..
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Great pay and benefits, wide gap between execs and non-managements
Analyst (Current Employee), Southfield, MIAugust 24, 2014
Pros: pay, benefits
Cons: fear of layoff at quarter end to make numbers
Major industry player, great opportunity to work globally in automotive industry. Despite record earnings every quarter since the 2009 downturn, future bonus formulas for non-executives have been cut. Lots of talk about being Employer of Choice, and The Leadership Model, but it feels like propaganda. Great for execs and college grads, not so much for the mid-lifers. Also, to be global can require evening conference calls from home in addition to your regular work day.
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Long days
Financial Analyst (Former Employee), Southfield, MIAugust 18, 2014
Pros: great place to work
Cons: the time spend driving
I would leave at 6:30 am to start my day at 8:00 am and arrive home after 8 pm. My drive was over 100 miles a day.
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Great job with great co-workers
Assembly Line Worker (Current Employee), Roscommon, MIAugust 12, 2014
Pros: great people to work with and a strong staff
Cons: break downs, downtime, extreme heat
Strong Union support for fellow brothers and sisters. Fast paced work environment with a complicated layout. Great management and support from other team members. Hardest part is the hours are hard and shifts can become quite exhausting in the late summer months. Love the people and the staff I work with.
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Good Company tough industry
Sr. Material Planner (Former Employee), Duncan, SCAugust 12, 2014
Pros: good learning environment.
Cons: expend-ability of employees. poor life work balance.
Good Company Learned a good deal in my tenure. Managers at the plant level are expendable and tend to be let go for issues that may or may not be in their direct control. This is the nature of tier One Automotive supply.

Not much job security.

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