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take care of the line all the time and work with team leads, assemble the final cars. it is a good company but the salary people show attitude with the hourly people
no support from HR team
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FCA is physically demanding job that requires shift work and weekends. You are well compensated for your work and the benefits are decent. Air tools and automated lifts are part of some of your jobs. There is great lateral movement with limited upward movement on the assembly lines. There is a good opportunity for management positions with a university degree. Overall I enjoyed my 20 years there.
I felt that how they structured the work load was sporadic. I would begin a job on one customer car and then be pulled off halfway through leading to some unchecked operations.
free staff lunches
if you can deal with repetitive work its a good job. make friends and be social with management for increased benefits in the workplace. will be out of work for a couple months of the year. management needs to have netter communication with employees about whats happening. grateful for the job but not a life time workplace for me.
I worked on the line and have good co workers and good management but sometimes the jobs can be very strenuous and require extra energy to complete. Good job for me being a student.
Typical day at work was troubleshooting robots with a team of one or more coworkers. I learned about all kinds of switches, lights and robots. We had a smoothly working relationship with management. The hardest part of the job was when some problem would reappear in a different form again and again. It was a challenge I appreciated and really enjoyed when able to solve the problem.
Pleasant environment, teamwork, good management
Lost some benefits when new owners/takeovers happened
Good supportive colleagues to work with, occasional lunches and coffees, payed overtime (but at base rate), over demanding and judgmental management, overall better place to work.
Too much work load
It's a fast work environment and very collaborative. I learned to focus on the main pain point of the organization and tackle these points to improve the bottom line of the organization. Management styles is very open and collaborative, listen the main concerns. The culture of the organization is paternalist. The hardest part of the job is to meet the dead line and production quotas to be able to supply the final assembly lines world wide. The most enjoyable part of the job was the nominations of employee of the month.
The work is beyond easy, the people there are all about power, rude people, boring work to the point you feel stupid. It honestly made me so miserable here and it sucks so bad. the pay was good but the people brought me down on a daily basis to the point where I would fake sick to avoid seeing certain people.
Managements always a complete mess and no one ever seems to know what they're doing but besides that not many other complaints. Job has a good pay, meet interesting people and is a good pace for anyone to work. Life balance also is inconsistent as the shifts always change every 2 weeks.
Depending on the job it is an interesting place to work with different degrees of difficulty. Engineering teams with quality engineers fun to work thru the various job issues but great group of people to work with from all departments. Hardest part of the job was my travel to and from the plant each day as I did not relocate my family to be closer to Brampton. Automotive world will teach you numerous learning lessons in safety , production , quality , responsiveness and finance all in a fast paced environment.
Mismanagement of everything manger does. Supervisors have no respect or knowledge of what they are doing. Union is nonexistent. Constantly suspending and firing drivers. Stay away. Managers are rude, dumb and have no business being managers.