Laborer/Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Ohio – March 18, 2018
Ran high speed presses and built wiring harnesses. Was a great place to work. I learned how to do a lot of things there, too many to list. There was lots of different levels of Management, they were fair with employees. Hardest part of the job was making rate when you went into a new area. Once I learened my jobs, it was all enjoyable.
Great pay, hard work, but worth it. Feeling like you accomplied something.
getting bumped to another shift at anytime, by someone with more seniority.
The hardest part of the job was the ergonomics. It was very hard on your body. Only a few employees made life difficult for the rest of the people. The bosses tend to befriend certain employees and show favoritism.
Factory Worker (Former Employee) – Clinton, MS – November 2, 2017
I enjoyed working for Delphi Packard Electric System. Worked many years for automotive factory. Worked in many different department for a very long time. I got alone with the management and my coworkers. I worked on machine, did crib attendant check inventory work, Input inventory into the computer, stock parts in cabinets, maintained a functional and efficient recording and filing system of records. I loved my job at Delphi Packard. The job went out of business in 2010.
Engineer (Former Employee) – Warren, OH – August 20, 2017
Great people, unfortunately, the company is losing press lines, which are mostly moving to Mexico. Lots of overtime available for those who wish it. Would love for more press lines to come in to the pant.
Packard, over all was a great place to work, benefits were great and the salary fair as well.
Production Control (Former Employee) – Warren, OH – July 21, 2017
Started at 7:00 am and made all labels needed for plant's distribution. Attended staff meeting at 8:00 and reviewed needs for the day to keep plant up and running. Ordered parts to keep final assembly running. Ensured all final assembly products were on trucks to customers.The best part of the job was to meet customers demand for the day and that the parts were indeed on our trucks for shipment to customers. The hardest part at times was that the plant could not meet the customers demand and that the plant missed deadlines due to not getting parts made fast enough to ensure delivery.
Lunch was optional on when to take it and some hours were flexible
I had to rely on other components to get my job done, including other people.
METHOD AND PRE-PLANNING ENGINEER (Current Employee) – Novi Sad – July 9, 2017
Since I am working there and I am biased I will tell only the best things about this company. People in engineering are nice to work with, always willing to help. Working there I learned how to adapt to changes, to work in fast paced environment and that communication is the key factor of any success.
Material handler (Current Employee) – Warren, OH 44486 – December 4, 2016
its a family ran company two days training and I was off and running on my own with a little help for a gps went around doing maintenance calls for vending machine on ocation had to fill in for a driver to fill them but over all it was an awesome job
Manufacturing / Process Supervisor (Former Employee) – Warren, Ohio – November 13, 2016
World Class Automotive wiring and components supplier to GM and other various automotive assembly plants. Manufacturing and Engineering positions are dynamic and all focus is placed on exceeding customer expectations and reliability. A willingness , and/ or ability to relocate is a definite plus, and will hasten advancement opportunities within the corporation.
Excellent Engineering, compensation, benefits.
Salaried Employees may need to relocate, often internationally.
Technician (Former Employee) – Warren – July 9, 2016
Pay is a little below average, but work load is light. Benefits are good once you have been in for 5 years plus. There is a huge amount of favoritism with union and management relatives. Call it nepotism or the buddy system.
Ex employee (Former Employee) – Warren, OH – May 12, 2016
I was employed at Delphi from 1999-2006. Sadly had to leave due to taking the buyout. Easiest job employer to work for. There was not ONE day in my SEVEN years of employment did I ever feel like I went to work. What got on my last nerve were the spoiled brats who worked there for decades and never had any other job. They felt that Delphi was actual "work". My average work hour days were 4 hours. I would make rate in 4 hours every day. Secondly, when I finally landed an office job, it was even EASIER yet. I literally had to FIND things to do. I would spend HOURS on the computer surfing the web and doing my college homework. The pay sucked for me though. Only people that earned decent salaries were hired prior to 1995.