Sr. Credit Specialist (Current Employee), Racine, WI – September 16, 2015
Pros: Paid shutdown/winter break
Cons: High pressure
Neighborhood is not great, but coworkers and morale are pretty good. Tries to be a trusting family environment but is really high pressure and somewhat micromanaging - little autonomy. Average benefits.
Production Worker (Former Employee), Columbia, SC – May 8, 2015
Plenty of work, clean, and safe environment. Supervisor and team leaders made it enjoyable to work. My experience their was excellent.I learned a lot from my peers and not to mention everyone worked as a team and not a one man show.
Quality Control Technician (Former Employee), Ringwood, IL – August 1, 2014
Pros: decent pay
Cons: training, advancement
I worked 12 hour days with 1 10 minute break and a 30 minute lunch break. Temperatures easily reached 110 on a daily basis with only fans to cool us. I learned a lot about troubleshooting machinary. My – more... co-workers were all very nice and willing to teach any temps that came in. The hardest part about the job was the heat. The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that I had a quota to meet and set myself new goals every day. – less
Laborer/QC (Former Employee), Joplin, MO – February 22, 2014
Pros: a clean and safe working environment
Cons: extremely long days
The work we do is build, test, and ship the emissions standard part for all of the major automobile manufacture's! We are highly productive and quality is very detailed. We know what is expected and fulfill those obligations!
QUALITY ENGINEER (Current Employee), Trenton, MO – August 14, 2013
Pros: excellent co-workers!
Cons: flex-time not allowed.
A typical day at work consists of bond checks, crimp height checks, dock audits, CMM checks, SPC charting, MCR cards, and general quality control of parts. Through this position I have learned a great – more... deal about the TS 16949 quality control specifications. My co-workers in the group are a great group of people that know how to buckle down and work through issues as they arise. The most enjoyable part of the job was the everyday challenges that I was faced with. And with that, being able to stretch the engineering degree and solve problems in real-time. – less