Labourer/Operator (Ancien employé) – Stratford, ON – 5 septembre 2019
Too many uneducated and/or unskilled people working on the floor, and in my opinion in the leadership roles and management too. No work life balance, you only work. High stress because of really bad organization. Once the new ownership took over it just got worse.
Labourer (Ancien employé) – Wingham, ON – 12 septembre 2019
Highest turn over rate I’ve ever seen!!! Horrible management, No team environment. Work place verbal, mental and physical harassment. Numerous issues with the HR Department head and employees. Failure to transmit pays correctly.
Labourer (full-time) (Ancien employé) – Stratford, ON – 12 août 2019
Wescast Industry is manufacturer of exhaust manifolds for the automotive industry which quality standards and safety requirements are met. I was hired on as part of a new group of new employees for the plant. Helpful people when being trained in different areas it was a good learning experience and very interesting. My co-workers were awesome and funny whether it was day or night shift I was on.
Cad Designer (Ancien employé) – Brantford, ON – 16 octobre 2017
Wescast was a very good company to work for with lots of opportunities and good compensation. I worked in the design department, for the most part it was a challenging but rewarding job. I learned alot about the the process and the products we made and and do not regret working there. Unfortunately new ownership and management at the top has led to a steady decline in the companies fortunes and the job culture is not what it used to be.
Environmental Health and Safety Leader (Ancien employé) – Stratford, ON – 2 septembre 2016
A typical day included well run operations meetings first thing every day and then a walk through of the facility by myself noting any situations that required attention. Enjoyable workforce I had worked with a number of personnel at another workplace before it had shutdown. I didn't interact with many managers as most others were mostly busy with their own situations. Our main contact was the morning operations meetings. The position was very much an entry level position and did not fit my experience level whatsoever. I was able to mentor 2 practicum students from the University of Western Ontario H&S diploma program. They were my 4th and 5th students who have gone on to good solid careers.