I have been working at Faurecia full-time (More than 3 years)
Great company to work for - really making strides to become better employer (employee programs, feedback, training etc). Pays well. Good working environment and great employees.
Lots of "political" decision making by management. Not enough North American independence from France "mother-ship". Overly complicated systems that are consequently not utilized by employees correctly or to full potential. Inconsistency in corporate practice and application of lessons learned.
Advice to Management
Keep working to improve for employees. Take a more firm approach with OEM customers when business cases fall apart during development or serial life.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Faurecia (Columbus, IN).
Standard interview process focused on background and technical capability. They are nearly always hiring, so its not hard to make it through with a few good stories about success. There main activities out of the corporate center are industrialization projects. Be ready to discuss your background in relation to supporting, managing, or directing efforts in that area.
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