They mandate overtime....they run out of parts and there's no work and you are farmed out, then they get parts in and mandate you to death and run out again. It's a viscous cycle with bad upper management at the root.
Overtime is great but you can only do it fro so long, and even OT now has a cap on it if you're serious about getting OT Jan to Dec.
Work eight to twelve hours a day three days or more a week plus Saturday depending on the orders for the month.
Most weeks are mandatory 10 hour shifts.... good pay but most days you are just standing around ... poor training program and parts are scattered across entire plant .... if you are deadline oriented you will walk a couple of miles a night trying to find parts
Answered - Project Manager (Former Employee) - Waukesha, WI
The working areas are long 7 days per week
Answered - Assembler (Former Employee) - Shawnee, OK
Long hard and hot but you can manage, it's a job to get done to get on time deliveries
Answered - Forklift Operator/Material Handler (Former Employee) - Duncan, SC
Great, enough to keep life/work balance
Answered - Advanced Manufacturing Engineer (Current Employee) - Reynosa, Mexico
They were ok , you work in all types of elements with no breaks except lunch
Answered - Level I I manufacturing tech (Former Employee) - Williamsburg, VA