Aerotek was the contract house. I interviewed with them first and then with GM.
Answered - Production Supervisor (Former Employee) - Flint, MI
Dont bother, all they do now is bring people in and tell them they will be hired, instead your kept a temp and will be played dramatically less than the person next to you soing half the work. Just not worth it.
By email and phone call.
Answered - Professional Consultant (Former Employee) - Mexico
Agencys of POEA here in manila.
Was called in after applying
Answered - Assembler/Production (Former Employee) - Lansing, MI
I signed up through the agency and I got a call to come to an interview
Answered - Team Leader (Former Employee) - Arlington, TX
I did a short app online in April, tested in May, & wasn’t called until November of last year to start work. I declined the assignment because it was only for 2 weeks. Then I was called again in January for a flex temp position which only works Monday, Friday, and Saturday. Pay was good but you are required to pay union dues every week which is a chunk out of a 24hr a week check. The thing that really bothered me about GM is how temps are treated. You definitely come a dime a dozen and the permanent GM employees remind you all the time that you are easily replaceable. They look down on temps and have very little respect for them. I enjoyed the experience but it wasn’t what I was looking for in a career.
I got a Referral from an exiting worker. Received call to schedule phone interview, drug screen, then scheduled testing. Interview is a long process, weeks/months.
Answered - Production Worker (Former Employee) - Kansas City, KS
I put in a application for part time temp on the gm web site. They are hiring for part time production workers. How long does it take to find out the status of that application?
Sister worked there and put my name in