Upgrade Program Manager (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – July 6, 2018
A great opportunity to meet and engage with Honda's employees and clients. Used my skills to to talk to and engage with clients who came to Honda of Chantilly while I explained the Upgrade Program to them. Workplace culture is positive, for the most part. The most enjoyable part of the job is meeting new people each and every day and working with talented individuals.
Car Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Corona, CA – August 16, 2018
We started the day by unlocking the cars and putting the keys on the key board. I learned a lot about talking to people and helping them find a car. The management did over stock the dealership to much so we had to many sales men and women to take the limited walk in people each day (less car sales per person), I enjoyed the team work with selling the cars if you had a problem selling it another person would take over and you still would get a half a car sale,
Weld Quality Engineer (Current Employee) – Greensburg, IN – August 16, 2018
Would not recommend to friends. Some jobs are 40 hours per week, but other departments work ten hour days and three to four weekends per month. Associates are pressured to work additional hours by management.
Coil Winder (Former Employee) – Selma, AL – August 15, 2018
At Honda they don't start you off with much until you get hired on they have reasonable lunch breaks and the hours are good and they get almost all holidays off so you would be able to spend time with family
They have different parties for employees and award ceremonies
Honda R&D is a good place to work with a lot of benefits but it is very demanding at times and is not a great place for work life balance. With so many workers it is easy to feel like just a body and not as valuable as you might be.
Production Associate (Former Employee) – Greensburg, IN – August 13, 2018
Everything is done by the clock. You have 10 minute breaks. 30 minute lunch. Most of the time, you don’t have enough time to walk all the way to the cafeteria and wait in line to eat, that, you just find a break room to relax. Also, the line doesn’t stop just because you have to use the bathroom. It takes a special person to work on an assembly line.
Wonderful job depending on the department. Some departments lack any room for advancement opportunity or the desire to train/advance employees. Honda has wonderful philosophy and values, but is not executed properly.
Honda is a faced place to work at. it's not for everyone, you have to loe doing hard manual labor or just love the pay checks to stay. They work you into the ground and honestly you're just a badge number to them