I have been working at AISIN World full-time
A lot of on the job training. Leaves you on an island but also gives you the potential to learn in several different areas if you are ambitious. Lots of travel benefits.
Pay is low, promotion is very unlikely and usually based on longevity within the company. Hours are long and hard.
Advice to Management
Start promoting people based on merit and demote people who clearly do not deserve to be in managerial roles. Find some method to pay employees more.
I applied in-person. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at AISIN World (Northville, MI).
Two in person interviews. First was about experience and background. Job description was laid out. Next interview was relaxed, see if you fit in with the people. Lots of time to ask questions. Ask any question you have, ask away if you have any concerns. Know a little bit about the company before going in. Know the product and product group you might join. I think at second interview, they should show you around to see the technical center. Potential employees will get a better idea of the type of work happening.
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