Rapid Growth from bottom pay scale to top pay scale
Heavy Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Carlisle, PA – November 18, 2017
Lear was a convenient company for me to work for as it was literally within walking distance from my home. It was the first and last Union job I had. You could easily earn between $45,000 to $55,000 a year working overtime and holidays.
Operator (Former Employee) – Madisonville, KY – November 8, 2017
I loved learning to operate the different machines. there was some wonderful supervisors. got to work on different machines. the people worked together to get the job done. there was always someone that would come help if needed.
paid double time on sundays, got to work as much as you wanted.
Inspector (Current Employee) – Greer, SC – September 5, 2017
A typical day would be me inspecting the seats to for see that it is at the customers satisfaction. if the seat is not the customer usually sends it back and that costs the company money, so to ensure i look good and help the company out i do my best to provide the best quality. i learned how to be a great quality inspector if i do say!
Lear is a productive company. Which allows room for growth. The environment was friendly. The management team was very approachable with idea's that will make the company better. We believe that quality is everyone's responsibility. Quality begins and ends with us.
Too many profane and rude and physical threats from employees
Assembler/ Production (Former Employee) – Duncan, SC – July 30, 2017
I spoke with Human Resources about the many different --- ual harassment and language problems( profanity every sentence) they did nto enforce it. Cell phone use was rampant. They need to follow and enforce rules instead of being their friends.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Portage, IN – June 22, 2017
its a good job for a younger person 10-12 hour shifts. Typical day would be go to your station do your job until break then rotate to the next station. Management is ok but the union has your back. Job isn't hard at all. Most enjoyable part is the people you meet.
Human resources make you handle everything yourself.
Lear was an ok company to work at but some things just didnt afd up
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Vance, AL – May 29, 2017
Lear, didn't have enough people to cover a shift but the ones there do work very hard. Over all i enjoyed working there. Management was ok the building was clean all the time. The work was hard but i did it and i learned a lot about making sits...
Material handler/Forklift operator (Current Employee) – Taylors, SC – May 19, 2017
Face paced work. Management concerned in hot months to make sure workers are kept hydrated. Opportunity to learn new skills. The medical insurance is great, company has bonus and other incentives throughout the year.
Production Specialist (Former Employee) – Portage, IN – February 12, 2017
Work with more dementia residents • Work with less help from others • I learned to listen to the residents better • Worked in weekly rotational shifts with an excellent attendance record • Completed production targets within deadlines • Manipulated time for the job per process and scheduled the incurring processes accordingly and thus achieved remarkable time efficiency
It is a very productive work place but the employees are not treated well. I do like the environment but there is little respect givin yo employees. Not enough time given to do important thing for your self.
utility worker (Former Employee) – Portage, IN – October 29, 2016
o i worked through a temp agency so my hours varied and checks were never consistant, but overall it was a cool work place. everyone worked together as a team to get the job done andtaught you diffrent things to get more experience.