I would focus on associate development, to allow associates with all the tools and knowledge about the company to be successful.
Answered - Logistics Control Engineer (Former Employee) - Haw River, NC
I would let people offer their choicea of what department they would like to work in and try to get them in an area where they are comfortable working.
Answered - Assembly (Former Employee) - Lincoln, AL
Most importantly, I would make sure....it is a friendly and likable place to work. I would try to reduce management such as office politics and favortism.
Answered - Quality Assurance Specialist (Former Employee) - Torrance, CA
I think that the current management does a good job. I would remove the review system the company has for evaluating job performance. I think that most employees feel as if it is dishonest.
Answered - Business Specialist (Current Employee) - Lincoln, AL
Spread out work so everybody stays busy, instead of master techs having 3 cars at once and others standing around, competitive pay
Answered - Technician II (Current Employee) - Colorado Springs, CO
I would make sure employees were in place on time so we could get things going on time and in a productive order.
Answered - Machine Operator/Assembler (Current Employee) - Swepsonville, NC
Keep my promises to employees.
Answered - Associate (Former Employee) - Greensburg, IN
Though there is always room for improvement, Honda was a wonderful place of business and I wouldn't change a thing.
Answered - Auto Assembly Associate (Former Employee) - Tallapoosa, GA
Answered - Laborer (Former Employee) - Lincoln, AL
Answered - Human Resaource Director/Sr. Manager (Current Employee) - Columbus, OH