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Some of the greatest people to work with and for. Like all jobs you'll have your ups and downs but over all a great job. Pay is as good as your going to get in this area. They are good at working around time you need off.
Layoffs but you'll have that in a job like this.
Advice to Management
Do a better job with communication. Some days I feel it lacks big time. For the most part I like the people I work for.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied in-person. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Prestolite Electric (Arcade, NY) in April 2011.
Went to temp service filled out application, then went to Prestolite Electric Inc. to see the PR talked for a few minutes and went and talked to the person who would be my boss figured out when i would be able to start and if there were any issues. Only one it was that i needed the day before thanksgiving off because my daughter was coming home from the army and it would be the first time in 4 yrs that i had seen her. She said not a problem. Was hired that day even before they got my application.
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Getting started in the morning is a snap for Prestolite Electric. The company makes starter motors and alternators for heavy-duty vehicles, like buses, emergency vehicles, off-road rides, and trucks, as well as for industrial and military big rigs. Prestolite Electric sells its line to US defense agencies, OEMs, and aftermarket suppliers under the Indiel, Leece-Neville, and Prestolite Electric brands. The company's operations (in the US and UK, Argentina, Mexico, and China) ride on the economic ripple pressuring truck demand. Russell Ford resigned as the company's CEO in...