Happiness rating is 64 out of 100
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Continental Careers and Employment

Work happiness
Scores based on about 192 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
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    Vehicle Manufacturing
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Salary estimated from 280 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

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Employees at Continental have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

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Retirement plan
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Paid time off
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401k matching
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Employee discount
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Health insurance
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Dental insurance
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Vision insurance
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Referral program
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On-site gym
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Tuition reimbursement
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Visa sponsorship
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Relocation assistance
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Flexible schedule
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 185 reviews and is evolving.


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Work & Life Balance


Quality Grader in Sumter, SC
on April 29, 2021
Okay plant
1st off let me start off by saying, if you work here be ready. The swings shifts will suck the life out of you. the only people who get days and enjoy every weekend off is everybody in the offices. Management preaches that safety and quality are there number one priority but then they get upset when a line is shut down for quality issues. There are a very slim amount of great employees whom actually take there job serious day in and day out, most of the people there treat the plant like a high school, with constant he said she said drama around the plant. Around 25%-30% of the work force is temporary employees who don't even care to work there, they just needed a job and the temp agency sent them here. Management never stays the same, they are constantly moving people around and half the time the person who gets moved into the position has no idea of what's going on in there department. With all that being said you can still make a career out of it, you have to work hard 90% because you're covering the incompetent employee but the pay is decent and so are the benefits. I learned allot about the tire process and appreciate the opportunities, but in order for the plant to become the flagship structure that they preach about they really need to pay attention to what's going on outside the office.
Twister Operator in Hogansville, GA
on May 1, 2021
I worked there for five years and despite my production being at the top every year and my passion for the job I was never able to move up because I was told that I was to good at what I was doing!
Draper Cell Technician in Lincoln, NE
on April 27, 2021
I do not recommend working here unless you like working for a union that doesnt help you at all ignores all of your issues and management is even worse you get blamed for everything even if you're new
Application Specialist in Garden City, NY
on April 7, 2021
Overall a very comfortable work environment and pleasant atmosphere. Everyone is very kind and helpful. It is a smaller company but does very high end deals and the clients have a great relationship with the company.
Mixing Operator in Sumter, SC
on April 6, 2021
Supervision is terrible They think they are above you and you are nothing.worst job I ever had. No good job environment I worked In mixing, it was like being in prison.would not recommend this place to nobody
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Interview insights

Insights from 125 Indeed users who have interviewed with Continental within the last 5 years.

Favorable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about two weeks

Interview Questions

What did I learn the best from my last job.

Shared on July 27, 2017

Why did you leave Navistar Corporation ?

Shared on February 21, 2017

What materials will I be processing on the Assembly Line? What happens if a part gets ship of in the wrong tote? What happens if the Machine doesn't test the part? How will I know that the part is good and ready to go to the next station? What data entries do you have to put in the computer once you work day is over?

Shared on December 13, 2016
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Continental locations

Sumter, SC
Auburn Hills, MI
Pontiac, MI
Hollywood, FL
Chicago, IL
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