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19 days ago

Supplier Quality Engineer

Continental Seguin, TX

of the position accounting for highest % of time) 1. Functional responsibility for the defined parts, services, commodities and suppliers during… Continental

27 days ago

Equipment Maintenance Technician 1

Continental AG Seguin, TX

6. Troubleshoot/diagnose difficult, infrequent problems with processes/equipment with minimal… Continental AG

13 days ago

Test Engineer

Continental AG Seguin, TX

This position requires designing, developing, integrating, and maintaining both hardware and software for functional test and electronic control… Continental AG

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    Its a simple work place to get involved into but nothing much beyond that.

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    Current Employee - Line Operator in Seguin, TX
    Current Employee - Line Operator in Seguin, TX

    I have been working at Continental full-time (less than an year)


    The pros are that you its a simple job if your a line operator like I am, easy to get into and maintain. Bosses are way more lenient than what they make you believe at first. Relaxed work place.


    The communication between the work force and management is lacking. Sometimes both have completely different expectations and often leads to very frustrating moments and interactions. Management does a poor job of keeping its workers motivated.

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    I cant speak for the whole company as a whole but so far the plant in seguin has proved to be mediocre. Good enough to get the job done but so far away from the potential it has. It's sad that workers are only there because it pays the bills rather than to have a great time working for an international company. Upper management is awesome but lower and middle management is really lacking. The models for meeting production are there already. Start focusing on lower and middle management to be more of leaders and less of bosses. They are great at making things sound pretty and intelligent but lack the leadership skills to connect and set a waypoint for its workers. Besides throwing orders around they are really never there to build up their team or enhance the experience. Its almost as if they hated their jobs as much as the workers did! As for the production capabilities, a lot of line production workers don't care much for the company only doing the bare minimum. Thus reflecting on the lacking ability of its leaders to motivate them. Maybe better leaders would push away those type of workers and attract the right type? And i don't mean make them more up tight and meaner. Some already use intimidation with their rank as a method which is pretty sad. But besides from all that, the business model itself is fantastic. Congrats! Your business will keep growing, thats for sure. Just wonder how long it will be able to sustain itself with the people you got working for you.

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