Line Leader (Former Employee) – Findlay, OH – June 15, 2018
This is a sweat shop and no more. People work six to seven days a week for months and months and have no family time. Management is clueless and is not supported by many of the hard working people there.
very interesting to no how airbags work and all the different ones
Production Worker/Assembler (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – May 15, 2018
very repetitive management was lacking did not care about their employees. not to much advancement. safety was not number one numbers were. I come to find out it was all about how cheap they could make an airbag. they sent some of the work to mexico for cheap labor
supervisor (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – May 11, 2018
Autoliv treated me very fairly, was promoted to supervisor after 3 months of production work and was given time off paid to care for a sick wife, the management was very fair to me and treated me nicely, always had catered lunches and good benefits
Test Design Architect (Former Employee) – Lowell, MA – April 16, 2018
In the test group, you have no insight to new designs. Nothing is well documented in the company and you spend most of your time being a private investigator between engineering and production. Documents are written just to "color in the the box" company wide and most detailed info is passed and defined by email and yellow stickies. Very piecemeal, and "cowboy" engineering. Management is aware of the culture but no real attempt is made to correct it - "its our culture and that's the way it is" attitude. Managers are "namby pamby" to some engineers to the point where the staff is allowed to be so lax in documentation, that they will not be forced to improve (and risk the engineer leaving), so management is afraid of culture change and some engineers hold the company in check because they don't share the knowledge - leading to undeserved job security and even worse documentation and collaboration. A downward spiral which may have been the cause of the active safety division being split off reticently from the corporation
Inefficient, no personal space for focused work, no parity among disciplines
AMT (Former Employee) – Brigham City, UT – April 11, 2018
Autoliv was a fine place to work if you didnt have to support or take care of a family. Emergencies were see as nuisances. injuries were mocked and those returning from surgeries were mocked and management made them miserable in hopes they would quit
Controls Engineer (Current Employee) – Ogden, UT – April 5, 2018
I love working at Autoliv. They have given me time grow at my own pace right out of college. Autoliv is on the leading edge of automation and every technology that is associated. They also maintain their old machines, so there will never be a dual moment when creating/maintaining machines.
Autoliv is the worlds leading automotive safety supplier, with sales to all major car manufacturers in the world.
Account Coordinator (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – April 5, 2018
Collaboration with 70,000 associates in 27 countries is challenging but exciting. Autoliv is passionate about it's vision of Saving More Lives. Autoliv strives to standardize it's practices at all of it's locations around the world.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Brigham City, UT – March 27, 2018
Manual labor repeating the same motions over and over. Short breaks. Competitive. Working hard is never good enough. Not enough days off for how draining the job is. Employees aren’t a priority. Atmosphere is stressful, and angry. Management doesn’t listen to employees concerns or ideas.
Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee) – Olive Branch, MS – March 12, 2018
My comments are only directed towards the GM at the Olive Branch facility, as well as the managers and HR at corporate.The other plants I visited in Utah, Indiana and Tijuana seemed more professional, I didn't see any unprofessionalism in those facilities.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT 84405 – March 11, 2018
Typical day: Clock in, work at your station which rotates every 30 minutes. Work with good people and lots of opportunity to either go home, or work overtime. Lots of places to work, throughout the company. Good benefits, decent wage and a good overall work attitude towards employees.
In-house prepared Lunch(costs money), Vending machines, Available Gym, and available health clinic
UT specialist (Former Employee) – Brigham City, UT – February 28, 2018
I would not recommend that anyone work here, the environment is very stressful and the hours they make you work feel very unethical, the only good thing i can say about this place is the management is not bad.