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Donald West

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    Will never work in a place like this again.

    Machine Operator (Former Employee) Macomb, MI

    ProsLots of overtime. Pay check looks nice as long as you get that 66+ hour work week.

    ConsThe only way to make money is to work 10 hours a day 5 days a week and 8 hours a day on the weekends to get the overtime pay. Most of the people do not care about their jobs and are only there to get a pay check. Supervisors are continuously telling machine operators to pass BAD parts but then when customers complain about the bad parts, the machine operator gets the write up. The pay scales are backwards, the shift that is expected to do the most work gets paid the least while the shift that does the least amount of work gets paid more. Old and broken down machines and gauges. Half the time parts are bad because the machines or gauges aren't working correctly. Absolutely filthy working conditions, 9 out of 10 machines leak fluids of some sort. Even with slip resistant boots it is like working on an ice rink. There are probably 50 or so more CONs I can think of but I will not list them all.

    Advice to Senior ManagementFIRE ALL OF THE LAZY PEOPLE. If you want your quality to improve, then get rid of the people who are passing the bad parts. (It isn't the machine operators.) Supervisors and management personnel need to be replaced with people who know how to run the machines and who know what the parts are supposed to look like. Get new machines and gauges. Machine operators can not be held responsible for passing bad parts if their gauge is broken and no one will fix it.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Help your selves, get management that cares about the company and employees

    Trainer (Current Employee) Macomb, MI

    Prosalot of overtime, but no money per hour. You work with some good people, they are friendly and care about their jobs and the product they make.

    ConsAlways one sided, never look at employees as people, allow good supervisors to leave and keep pour ones. Never concider the big picture on employee treatment. very closed minded about change. Production suffers because supervisors sit in the office playing on the computer instead of helping the employees with their machine problems, quality problems are a constant becuse the supvisors don't know anything about the parts. They lie to their customers, ship knowing bad or at best questionable parts. This gives no incentive to employees to do good work.

    Advice to Senior ManagementBring back all the people you lost that care and get ride of the ones sitting around getting paid for doing nothing.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    A company in need of a real overhaul

    Production Supervisor (Former Employee) Macomb, MI

    ProsYou get plenty of overtime, and hourly employees care about their jobs and quality, as much as they are permitted

    ConsLong hours, no respect from management, fail to correct known problems within supervisors. No communication within management. Fail to repair machines in timely manor. Human resource is ineffective in resolving internal problems, shows favoritism to people they like versus whats right and wrong. Plant management is total disarray.

    Advice to Senior ManagementAtleast lesson to the supervisors about whats really happening in the shop and act according with your own hand book. Keep the supervisors that really care and get rid of the ones that don't. Let employees know whats happening within the shop and what the company is facing, and what they can look forward to, new jobs, new quality standards ect. don't keep everyone guessing.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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