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A laid back environment with everyone contributing equally

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Former Employee - Line Worker  in  Roanoke, IN
Former Employee - Line Worker in Roanoke, IN

Pros

No complaining about others not working hard, good pay, able to be in your own world while working, very little stress, 8 hour shift work
Great benefits and pay

Cons

monotonous work, repetitive, no room for advancement, boring, lots of negativity within people
Sometimes the job leaves certain parts of the body feeling sore and overworked. I would recommend working out and stretching while employed at GM

Recommends
Neutral Outlook

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    If your tier 2 don't join the union!

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Spring Hill, TN
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Spring Hill, TN

    Pros

    The pay is okay 15 dollars an hour. Okay benefits.

    Cons

    Can be back breaking labor. The union is horrible and doesn't care about tier 2 employees. If your going to spring hill tn then make sure after you get past your 90 days to get out of the union.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Think about profits instead of your egos.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO
  2.  

    Excellent experience in a manufacturing plant

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    Former Employee - Assembly Line Worker
    Former Employee - Assembly Line Worker

    Pros

    Overall, the assembly line employees were treated respectfully and had a really good job. It is a clean manufacturing environment, and most jobs require a reasonable amount of focus/effort/dexterity. I enjoyed my time there.

    Cons

    I was able to try a few different jobs on the assembly line, and some were very difficult, even with all the advances in technology over the years. Some were simply still not ergonomically designed and could really lead to repetitive use injuries, so I definitely think ALL of the jobs in the plant should be designed so the part fits well/slides on easily or does not require really awkward bending of the wrist while using a power tool, because the wrist is an easily damaged area.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    I was able to try a few different jobs on the assembly line, and some were very difficult, even with all the advances in technology over the years. Some were simply still not ergonomically designed and could really lead to repetitive use injuries, so I definitely think ALL of the jobs in the plant should be designed so the part fits well/slides on easily or does not require really awkward bending of the wrist while using a power tool, because the wrist is an easily damaged area.

    Recommends
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