Hourly factory worker (Former Employee) – Van Wert, OH – August 7, 2018
Learned to show up on time, no excuses. Learned about production deadlines and how they can fluctuate when many managers are involved. Working with hundreds of employees, some were fair some unfair. I had to learn to be a cog in a wheel. Many people I worked with are lifetime friends.
Global Commodity Manager (Current Employee) – Southfield, MI – August 6, 2018
Federal Mogul is a busy tier 1 automotive supplier. They provde critical engine and drive train parts to automakers, the work is rewarding and cooperative. most manufacturing is done in 5he US and Europe so be prepared for busy early days and catch up afternoons.
great salary, excellent benefits
cooperating with multiple plants can be challenging
Chrome Plater (Former Employee) – Manitowoc, WI – August 1, 2018
Very good work environment with lots of training that helps you to be knowledgeable of the job you were hired for. Advancement if you want it. Good people to work for and with. Everyone was always very helpful and made the job a great place to work.
Machine Technician (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – August 1, 2018
I enjoyed working for the company I gained most of my experience in warehousing with them I became a certified machine technician. the hardest part of the job was maintaining 10 or more machines through out the 12 hr shift.
Packager/Assembler (Former Employee) – Skokie, IL – July 30, 2018
Keeping up with the assembly line was difficult at first but with the encouragement of my shift leader and co-workers on the line with me I quickly got into gear and was able to keep up with the rest of my team.
Materials buyer (Former Employee) – Glasgow, KY – July 30, 2018
Its been several yrs since I was employed with Federal Mogul, things could have an probably has changed by now so I'm not a good source of info on them now a days, probably would be smart to read someone elses reviews other than mine.
fiss utility (Former Employee) – Burlington, IA – July 29, 2018
Start at 7am. Manager would put up a sheet with your name and that would determine what you did for the day. Sometimes it would become stressful when management would tell you to hurry up cause the product needed to be sent out
got along with all co workers and had fun while working
Machining Process Technician Trainer (Former Employee) – Smyrna, TN – July 27, 2018
Fun and productive, team-oriented. There was room to advance. The hardest part of the job came due to the reduction in workforce due to the company being relocated and production line to different states.
Process Manager (Current Employee) – Van Wert, OH – July 26, 2018
There are to many meetings and upper management tries to micro manage everything, does not give the supervisors a chance to get better. Managers always do it there way and not the way the supervisor see's it on the floor. Who knows better how to produce a part the the employees on the floor and the supervisor that works with them.
employees are great and will do what needs to be done if given the opportunity.
need less time in meeting more time working with employees
Factory Worker (Former Employee) – Manitowoc, WI – July 24, 2018
At the time that I had worked there, they had many shift opportunities. This also included many opportunities to pick up overtime if you wanted. They offered paid schooling if to help or better your job. They had multiple family outings and sponsered various community functions.
Production Technician (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – July 23, 2018
Easy to learn. Good people. I would have liked to go by performance instead of seniority. Employees make the same pay rate no matter what job task i would like to see employees get paid for what they can do. Employees need to speak more English.
doesn't matter how fast you work everyone gets paid the same for doing the same job