MANAGER/BARTENDER/CART ATTENDANT (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – June 22, 2018
They turned around the management and has improved the mens club was at times unbearable but overall was a fun atmosphere because of the people I worked with. I started and hauled their program for management cause it was chaos.
Depending on your work ethic and which supervisor you have, you may not have a horrible experience. The overall issues with the fletcher plant is upper level management. The plant really doesn't cater to the demographic of employees that they want or need. They also are unfair of their treatment between office workers and the people that work our on the floor.
If you don't have kids the schedule is ok
Short breaks, really hot in the summer and air quality
PCM (Production Crew Member) (Former Employee) – Mount Vernon, IL – June 19, 2018
Me personally i was a temp worker so I didnt get the original pay others would i didnt get the benefits either but besides that it was a good place to work i put in right at a year before i had to move on because i wasnt able to make it on $11 a hour as my family's sole income the main thing i hate about the place is the management i was told that i would be getting hired on well before my year mark but excuses always came up and my attendance was almost perfect only missing the 1 day the entire time i worked there but id still give it a good rating.
Material Handler, Warehouse Operations (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – June 12, 2018
At this job I encountered a great deal of racism. Management catered to the people who had been there 30 years or better allowing them to do what they wanted. The pay wasn't even enough for a single man or woman, needless to say, if I had children they would have starved. The workplace culture was that of clan rally. The most enjoyable part of the job was going home for the day and the hardest part of the job was coming into work.
Electrical Engineering Intern–Powertrain Division (Former Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – June 4, 2018
This internship gave me the best experience of all my internships. I had the opportunity to conduct research and validation with guidance from my coworkers. Then I was able to reach out to customers all over the world and review results. I was taught, not spoon fed, but I was also carefully monitored in case any major mistakes were made.
Continental is a great place to work for young people that are right out of college. The company offers numerous intern opportunities and as a result, a lot of the interns are later hired as full-time employees.
Technical Maintenance Trainer (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – May 30, 2018
Worked as Journeyman electrician then maintenance technical trainer. Good place to work. Repaired electronic manufacturing equipment. It was climate controlled and paid well. Hated to see the business move out of the country.
Set-Up Technician - curing (Current Employee) – Mount Vernon, IL – May 18, 2018
really enjoyed my position. typical work day usually involved the set-up of 4-6 molds plus minor repairs of presses and cimcorp delivery system. management does their best with what we have. hardest part was the excessive number of breakdowns of conveyor system. loved seeing the end product that all the hard work produced. learned to work a rotating schedule with few people. lots of overtime. the workplace is fast paced and keeps you busy which passes time. for a global company they seem to care about their employees with bonuses and giveaway as incentives
Project Manager Engineering (Current Employee) – Deer Park, IL – May 10, 2018
Continental is a nice place to work at, as the work life balance is at the highest standard, working from home or called "tele commute" is a nice feature, also you are allowed to purchase additional PTO days.