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3 days ago

Automotive Office Staff – new

Automotive in Georgia Albany, GA

South West Georgia Import Dealership looking for Automotive Office Staff with years of experience in automotive accounting. A working knowledge of… Automotive in Georgia

10 days ago

Automotive Sales Manager

Automotive in Georgia Albany, GA

Our auto group is actively seeking 1 talented individual to join our team at an import dealership. At least 3 years of previous automotive sales… Automotive in Georgia

29 days ago

Automotive Service Manager

Automotive in Georgia Albany, GA

• Forecast department goals & objectives; strive to meet them • Hire, train, motivate & manage department staff • Prepare & administer an annual… Automotive in Georgia

3 days ago

Automotive Controller – new

Automotive in Georgia East Dougherty, GA

Southwest Georgia Dealership looking for a Controller with years of experience in automotive accounting and personnel management. A working knowledge… Automotive in Georgia

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Td Automotive Compressor Georgia, (delaware) Reviews

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    Stressful and disorganized work environment.

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    Current Employee - Production Engineer  in  Pendergrass, GA
    Current Employee - Production Engineer in Pendergrass, GA

    I have been working at Td Automotive Compressor Georgia, (delaware) full-time for more than 3 years


    If you have a family, the health insurance is fantastic (as of 2013, anyway.) If you're hired on as full-time, the benefits take effect on day 1. Engineers are paid every 2 weeks, and earn straight pay for any hours worked past 88.


    Engineering is disorganized, with many projects being assigned last-minute (many times hours or minutes prior to implementation.) Projects are regularly added or scrapped with no warning. The real engineering is almost exclusively completed in Japan; the "engineers" in this plant are used as technicians, and the pay reflects this. The production schedule is almost non-stop, so finding time to make any real improvements to the lines is pretty much impossible. Yearly reviews feel back-calculated to prevent one from getting more than a cost of living raise. Lots of mandatory overtime work on holidays. There are no real job descriptions and little direction from management; most projects are short-term patches designed to keep a line limping along rather than well-planned long-term solutions.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop working on projects that should be assigned to your subordinates and create a useful department schedule.

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