- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Some pretty good co-workers that will help train , air conditioning ,breaks,free bottled water. They have decent insurance but it's expensive, but I guess it is everywhere.
Pretty rough environment, you have to start at the bottom of the seniority list, which means you end up on an off shift and getting the hardest jobs. It's a 2 tier pay level so you will work with someone doing the same job making $6 to $10 less.They start at around $10 or less. When they get busy they want you to live there practically
Advice to Management
Quit contracting all the work out and loosing controll of your quality. Level the pay scale and get rid of the 2 tier system. Hire better qualified experienced people and pay them better and quit going through so many new hires.
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I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at ZF TRW (Lebanon, TN) in November 2016.
Applied online. Received call from corporate recruiter to schedule interview. Only gave me choice of one day of week. I had a ton going on that day, but wanted the job, so took several hours out of my schedule to interview. Was told I would be escorted from gaurdshack to building and interview location, but had to find my own way. Interviewed well with 3 personnel. No hard questions, and reallty, wish they would have asked more. Also met with HR manager who talked about company for over 30 minutes. No questions were asked about my resume. Was at the interview for an hour and a half. I followed up twice with the company recruiter, but no response back. I feel like they already had their candidate, and this was a huge waste of my time and energy. Interview prep and groom time = 3 hours, drive time = 1, interview time = 1.5 hours. All of this and not even the a courteous response from my followup emails. I will probably receive a generic letter in a month or so stating they chose another candidate. What ever happened to common decency and respect? Seems to be a new trend with HR and recruiters. Just avoid the candidates that were not chosen...