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I worked at Brake Parts full-time (More than 10 years)
ONCE it was fairly stable (no longer for the last 5-10 years). It was good for those who enjoy easy going, slacking, and no pressure; it was a "country club" for many years.
1. Inferior product, weak engineering (copying and spreadsheets substitute real engineering incl. good reverse engineering). 2. Last years they simply ran part numbers conversion from suppliers to their parts w/o even looking at quality. It caused massive product defects/problems. 3. No sound strategy. All the management knew to improve the numbers and statics was systematic layoffs until they downsizes engineering dpt. from about 20 people (have to admit many of them did almost nothing) to a couple who were just converting the part numbers from the supplier P/Ns to BPI P/Ns.
Advice to Management
Why bother; they "know" what to do; at least they think so.