Ford TPT contracts sucks worse than Trump. Never thought i see anything worse than him. But the sad part is they claim to be brothers. Yet they sold eachother and new hire plus TPT out.
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