Production Worker (Current Employee) – Auburn, IN – February 14, 2019
Be ready to work, work, work. Little time off. 2/3's of the employees have less than 3 years on the job. High turnover. Dirty air, overworked, underpaid. So so insurance. Lousy attendance policy that also increases turnover. Paid lunch break. Free pop and coffee when it isin't empty. Very hot in the summer with very cold spots in the winter.
Die Cast Operator/ (Former Employee) – Pierceton, IN – February 12, 2019
The only good thing was the people I worked with and benefits and pay. Everything else was horrible...you have no life they work you 7 days a week. Points system is the worst I've ever seen ...you could be in the hospital dying and they are still going to point you. Management changes continuously NO COMMUNICATION at all.
Good company, poor vision, communication and direction
Manager (Current Employee) – Plymouth, MI – January 31, 2019
The company is a conglomeration of smaller companies gathered through acquisition. This resulted in multiple cultures which clash and have difficulty working together. The integration of these cultures have continued to elude the executive leadership team.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Auburn, IN – January 30, 2019
I would only refer someone to this company for the referral bonus that is offered. I personally have a horrible experience with this company. Their point system is horrible and confusing. Don’t call in because it’s always a recording line and they don’t tell you how it works so you never do it right. There heat/air in not regulated, 110+ in the summer & 60-90 in the winter. No breaks other than the paid 30 minute lunch. Don’t spend too long or go to often to the bathroom or everyone will lose their minds and say you’re not preforming your job. The management says they care about employees, but yet terminate you even if you provide doctor notes. They say they will accommodate you, only to lie to your face. Machines are always broken or breaking down. Extreme amounts of overtime, generally 7 days a week. Some of the OT is voluntary but more than likely it will be mandatory.
This is a great job if you don’t have family, or any life outside of work. You’ll make a good chunk of change but you will love and breath for them.
Paid lunch, Pto, 401K, Benefits, Employees, good pay
No breaks, poor management, operational waste, excessive overtime
Operator/Laborer (Current Employee) – Dickson, TN – January 27, 2019
Our plant is a work in progress. I can't say what it will be like in three years. It's hard to have a set plan in motion when the management changes constantly. There is no consistency from year to year.
CNC Machinist (Former Employee) – Pierceton, IN – January 5, 2019
Horrible management no communication working 7 days 365 days of the year extremely strict horrible point system don't work here if you have a family you'll never see them. New general manager every few months more Temps then actual employees this place runs blind I wouldn't want my friends and family working here.
Stressful, game playing, political, drama, finger pointing
Quality tech.and support, multi tasking (Former Employee) – Clarksville, TN – December 16, 2018
Floor employees were great once they actually got to know me and didn't listen to others. Others ruined my reputation because of their own low self esteem. The quality department is known as "The Viper Pit." Beware!!! I did excel in pay quickly. In 1 year I went up in pay 4 bucks! Made more than others but I also applied myself
Was a good place to work, but they made a decision to let Nissan go . When they were 80% of the jobs here. They hired in a manager who had no ability or job knowledge to run a production floor. Used intimidation to get the employees to work, bad decisions on quality of parts even when operators with many years of experience knew not to send parts out.
Production mainly sometimes there is other work to do
PRESS OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Warren, MI – December 11, 2018
Management was poor low pay for too much work and the way you were treated on the job is horrible many poeopke would recommend this job if you have no other alternative I would not even recommend it then
Die Cast Operator/Engineering Technician Intern (Former Employee) – Pierceton, IN – December 11, 2018
The job is okay, for the most part. Currently they have people working 7 days a week which is pretty rough as time goes on. The pay is quite good, however. They do provide vast opportunities for promotion.
Machine Operator I (Former Employee) – Alma, MI 48801 – November 16, 2018
overall good place to work but the family work balance is a problem. and the overtime can happen without any warning at all and if u don't volunteer to take it you will get forced to work and if u don't u will get points assigned to you which at a certain amount of points you will be up for termination review.
Machining Operator (Former Employee) – Pierceton – November 9, 2018
Shiloh is horrible. Never worked anywhere that is this bad. Management treats everyone terrible 7 days a week. Don't even try to take a day off you will be jumped on and told you are not a good employee. Half the time out of parts. machines are junk. Place is filthy. Environment is dangerous.
Employee (Former Employee) – Canton, MI – September 30, 2018
They used a split week schedule 38 hours 1 weeks, 48 next with revolving days so worked a lot of weekends and no O.T. pay. No directions then management got mad because you didn't do what they thought you should. Put people on jobs that were difficult for them because they thought it was funny and wanted to see them fail. Write you up for punching in or out 10 minutes early or 10 minutes after your shift rather than fixing their time system. Used health evaluations to give discount on health insurance.
Welder (Current Employee) – Warren Mi – September 14, 2018
It is a good job only because you are getting a check but besides that it’s terrible management Don’t know how to run a company they don’t care a they employees they only care about front office and HR. They treat us like a worthless person and don’t won’t us to use the bathroom or go to any break they think we are robots and not human’s, I would not recommend it to anyone unless you need a job you worth make any money there we are far behind and under paid by a lot and they can’t keep no workers everybody quits or get fired
Very low morale, They work you to death, dont care about your life..
Operator (Former Employee) – Indiana – August 22, 2018
Very stressful job, hot conditions, machines are falling apart and always breaking down which causes the ot.. they refuse to put money into the machines.. management don't even know how the operation works.. no work life balance.. work 7 days a week mandatory.. but wait they make it ok with plenty of cookies and donuts.. high turn over because people are just overworked... worse job on my resume... alot of Burmese who don't speak english..