Engineering Change Coordinator (Former Employee) – Bowling Green, KY – July 19, 2017
The factory is hot, but their is always a lot of work to be done. Turn over is high, which puts the work load on to others. Had a management change and thought it would be better, but got worse. Too much over time for operators.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Muskegon, MI – June 18, 2017
Magna is a great workplace... You have to have great communication and lots of teamwork. Working at a fast but steady past. Your working with glass and other sharp things, so safety is very important in the workplace. It's important to get the quality needed.
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Liberty, MO – June 15, 2017
What I do at magna is building parts for other company's such as GM or FORD product. I'm on a line for over 10 hours a day, making sure all robots are working currently and properly. I go into 3 different door, putting parts on a special station, and loading the door with those parts. If there is a problem with the robots I call maintenance right away. Then after calling maintenance I call my boss or team lead over to address the issue.
Production (Current Employee) – Toledo, OH – May 21, 2017
So much is taught at Magna and the people on the floor are the best. The culture is good and the people are very hard working. The most enjoyable part of the job is coming to work in such a good environment every day.
Analyst (Current Employee) – Troy, MI – May 15, 2017
Great company. Recommend others apply for open positions. Each group or division may differ in terms of culture. Management really makes a concerted effort to supports its employees and the employee charter.
Production "Floater" (Former Employee) – Piedmont, SC – April 25, 2017
Setup, adjust, and verify programming for CNC machining equipment Recognize and report errors in programming and operations and collaborate with supervisory personnel to correct errors and recommend tooling applications. Diagnose operating difficulties and make appropriate adjustments to realign the machine, change tooling, adjust offsets, recalibrate limits and repair minor tooling malfunctions.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Howell, MI – April 18, 2017
They made sure that you know everything that is needed to know how to do your job and doing it efficiently. Made sure that their employees were taken care of so that productivity can be meet for customers expectations