Pros: stable work environment, good healthcare, profit sharing bonuses 4x a year.
Cons: upper-management seems to care only about raising productivity and lowering costs, with little regard to its effects on the workers personal lives.
It is a fine place to work with good benefits and pays quite well for the education and training required for most of the jobs. However, advancing from one station to a better one can be difficult as I myself have been trying to get out of the foundry department and into machining for about 2 years now. I have actually gotten out twice, once into manual – more... machining and the other was CNC. But both times I have been sent back to the Foundry due to a lack of machining work. That was very frustrating for me, especially to have it happen two times. – less