Show up every single day on time. Work very hard. Pay attention to details. You have to move quick and be in descent shape. I left in 2001 and was making $20.00 an hour. I still regret leaving till this day. The benefits we're excellent. Great paid-vacation. Profit sharing was very nice. I would be making around $30.00 an hour in today's pay.
I would say these days that it is standards . I worked as a company apprentice I think that as become more usal
I Was called to schedule a pre-employment test for a warehouse position. I want to know what is the test like??? What should I expect?
It really all depends. I know one woman that was considered a partial employee for over 6 years. Though it only to me 4 months to be considered a permanent employee.
Answered - Assembler on I-4 assembly line (Former Employee) - Brook Park, OH
In my opinion this will depend on the works that you provide and the quality of the work you provide.
Answered - Ford Sevice Technician (Former Employee) - Carrollton, TX
Idk, i dont know what a at will employment offer is
Answered - Lube Tech/Line Tech (Former Employee) - Fulton, MO
In majority of cases Ford would definitely hire you on possibly after a three month period depending on your actions. They definitely pay attention to who shows up on time and who is considered problematic for the company. Give a great impression.
Answered - Assembler III (Former Employee) - Louisville, KY
It depends when I started I was under a contract that didn't hire us on until a year later. Now I think the contract has changed and they hire on after 90 days
Answered - Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
I would say these days that it is standard . I worked as a TPT( temporary part time) I think that has become more usual
Answered - Paint repair (Former Employee) - Louisville, KY