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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Magna Powertrain as an intern (more than an year)Pros
Management cares about the interns/co-ops. Your learning experience and your contribution matter to them. They focus on training you, not just so they can meet quotas and have a better reputation, but so they can mold the best magna employee out of you. WHich is a good thing, because if you do well, you get a full time position.
An example of this is their willingness to send you to many different training sessions so you can learn about every component in the company so you understand how it works as a whole. As a student, I was very happy with my experience. NEver had to get anyone coffee, not once. haha. For the most part there's something to do. Sometimes you have down time but its tolerable amount. Everyone is friendly and tries to contribute to your learning experience. They try hard to fix their reputation. They are pretty good to their employees in terms of networking sessions/activities/interaction.Cons
High turnover rates.
Like every company, some people are plain a**holes and some will give you a hard time.
If you have a crappy mentor teaching you, you're just plain unlucky because you cant switch around.
understaffed, but trying to change that.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Magna is doing a lot better than before in terms of office culture. I would be harder on the employees in terms of organization/meeting deadlines and train them to interact better with suppliers/customers.
Also, Id make sure to hold more people responsible for their actions. Seems like finding out who caused a problem is a problem. accountability is lost. Also, focus on having all departments work in sync with eachother while still making sure that each department does their job and ONLY their job. That would help decrease the amount of firefighting going on.RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Magna Powertrain.Interview Details
easy not that bad... did a lot of research and it paid off pretty darn well. Talked with them at the career fair, received a phone call to go in for an interview. When I went there waited until my time to go In and then once I was in the interview I found out it was with three employees and also an intern that was in there to observe.No Offer
Magna Powertrain is not a charter to restrain the tyrannical power of a high-speed bullet train -- the name is purely automotive and refers to Magna Powertrain USA, Inc., which concerns itself with the manufacture of powertrain components. The company makes driveline & chassis control systems, including its Dynamax all-wheel-drive coupling system, transfer cases, axle drives, and steering systems. Fluid pressure & controls products include engine, oil, water and vacuum pumps. It also offers stampings, die castings, and engineering services. An operating unit of...