I worked at Autoliv full-time (More than 5 years)
Top focus is Safety, Quality, Delivery, Cost, and Morale. Benefits, decent pay, gym, you can listen to music in some areas, Jidoka drawings (with catered food), free turkeys for Thanksgiving, quarterly meetings so all employees understand where we've been, where we are, and where we're going, and opportunities to move up in management if you pay attention to the job opening board. Monthly workshops focusing on continuous improvement, APSU for AMT's, and leadership meetings with HR.
12 hour days, high turnover rate, on your feet the whole time, get a lot of young kids not willing to work, the training process is improving, not enough recognition for temps especially when hired-on employees get gain shares and gifts for Christmas. Attitude has a lot to do with how you feel about your job when working long hours. Commute if you don't live in town.
Advice to Management
Keep working with the employees on the floor. Bump up pay a bit. Communication is so important and heard. People like to understand what is required of them to succeed.
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Autoliv (Houghton, MI) in September 2015.
Interviewers were good and totally professional. Looked like they know what they wanted and hence was the interview process. It was a good experience talking to them. I learned more about the company and the work they do. I developed more interest in the company after talking to them.