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Master certified technician makes warranty time (40%) less than retail jobs just because he has the certificates. Works his tail off to make his way and gets ridiculed for stating as much. High stress low pay everyone complains just as much but a job is a job.
I worked as a part time receptionist and the hours were very fair an the shift was busy but always fell off which i didnt mind as there was always calls to pick up and paperwork to organize. Management is laid back and enjoyable, friendly but stern to a point if needed. I have been laid off for about 4 months now because of a shortage of work which is a big con as the job security is not big in my area.
Great, inclusive management, fun workplace
Its is a fast paced environment and it can be demanding at times. But you have a great team including management to support each other. The people genuinely care about you and it is a place where all team members succeed together.
Great benefits and pay.
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Who work at ford motor co. is just a great adventure because once you really know what is going on , the time , days weeks years, go by and you spend your time without mayor problems , just mind your own business and your time working there will be a breeze . Benefits, are second to none and the culture inside the plant is great as long as you do whathever they assign you to do. Consider yourself very lucky if they hire you to spend your time working at such a wonder place. Once you know your job, no one will butter you , just follow the rules and you will never regreat having to work for one of the greatest companies in Canada.
great salary, benefits, etc.
to deal with certain individuals that nothing make them happy.
Poorly managed systemPays wellBenefits are mediocre Hours are terrible it’s all about seniority and not about how hard and dedicated you work. if you’re at the bottom of the totem pole then you will be stuck on the hardest back breaking job that nobody wants or always get injured on.
Great place to work and people to work with. Lots of OT if desired. The pay is excellent but the benefits are less the average. This is a very low stress job!!
Low stress, good pay
Shift work, benefits are less then adequate, no benefits after retirement or company paid pension for new hires.
I worked there for about 8 months. The money was amazing and i Worked a lot of overtime. Some weeks i was taking home 1500$ after taxes. And thats at starting rate $20.81. If you are looking for a job that you can listen to music, text all day, and watch movies while you work this is the job for you. Only way to advance is by putting your time in and bidding on other jobs. Everyone is looking to land the “easy” jobs. If you are mechanically inclined, look else where. You will get very bored very quickly. Rumours of people being rude and mean are just rumours. Everyone i worked with was nice. A couple older guys think they run the place, but they should realize that they are replaceable like everyone else in there.
Money, overtime, easy job
Long hours, night shift, same thing day in and day out
fast learning curve. Once you know your duties is not a bad company to work for.As usual union enviorement has bad apples that make the process complicated at the beginning. after that is pretty good company overall.
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You are expected to attend a minimum 104 calls in your 8 hours shift (To reach your metrics, you are expected to do at least 13 calls every hour). This is a call center environment. You are expected to talk with customers, navigate the system, take notes, record complaints etc... simultaneously. The job can take a toll on you if you can't multitask, or if you cant handle difficult and aggressive customers. Shift includes night shift till 10pm and Saturdays. The supervisors will be right on your back even if you are just a few minutes late to log back in.
Salary just above other call centers
Main focus is to attain calls targets and metrics target only.
First it was very easy to start working by learning how to make sure communication is the keys to solve any problem and the management was great always looking to make sure everybody is doing good.the workplace culture was great no complains .The hardest part of the job when you work hard but in the end of the month you find out your salary is not enough for your needs. Always fun working for Ford Credit
I worked as a TPT for 3 years almost and I can say from experience, unless you like to work in an environment that smells like grease all the time, where you're sometimes in a corner all alone, or on a job where you will have to stand for 8 hours. This is not the job for you. However the pay was very good so if you can trade off the negatives for the positive then go for it. But personally I didn't enjoy it at all. Once I asked the management for a chair to sit on cause the job they had me on wasnt and actual job, it was more just me checking to see if someone did something right an d put it in the right place, and it took him over 3 hours to get me a chair. In the end, I ended up asking another member of management for the chair and he brought me one within 30 minutes.
Long hours, Long periods of standing, Some of the management is slow when you need something
Quit after becoming fulltime. Realized I didn't want to waste my life any further sometime after they forced me to start showing up at 5AM when I'd only agreed to the shift starting at 12:30PM. Management really does not care about you. Bad: TPTs are super expendable and made to do the hard work while fulltimers stand around gossiping... but they'll never get fired for it because the place runs on nepotism. Unless you got referred by someone who already works there, your job is not safe. (I know this because I was referred for the position, and I saw all the other TPTs who hadn't been referred get fired en masse one day, while I alone got to stay.) Bosses mostly look down on those working under them. The pressure to hit daily quotas can be harsh if you're not used to it. Another thing to mention is that some coworkers here make the job a lot harder than it should be. If you're sensitive to sexism or racism, avoid warehouses... those are essentially a given part of the work environment. High likelihood of being physically injured by the repetitive nature of most of the jobs if you do them for any notable length of time. Oh, and as for work/life balance, not very good... since I was usually on the closing shift, overtime happened virtually every day... it's "optional" overtime but people will get upset if you routinely don't stay to help with it. Annoyingly, on some weeks the supervisor would give me only one shift for the whole week, and as a TPT there wasn't any way to know how many shifts I'd be given for the upcoming workweek until the weekend beforehand. Good: I did - plus...
Worked rotating shifts, consistently for four years. Able to learn skillsets that will carry with me. The hardest part of the job was being away from my family! Excellent company to grow with.