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Pros
  • brilliant work life balance; lots of opportunities to grow (in 346 reviews)

  • good pay and benefits laid back (in 63 reviews)

Cons
  • No true work life balance when left in the hands of 2nd level department managers (in 72 reviews)

  • Stressful work environment, long hours (in 116 reviews)

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  1. "Big Pay for Bigger BS"

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    Former Employee - Warehouse Supervisor in Brampton, ON (Canada)
    Former Employee - Warehouse Supervisor in Brampton, ON (Canada)
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Ford Motor Company (Less than a year)

    Pros

    * Pay
    * Benefits
    * Nothing else really

    Cons

    * Management lies to management (been told very min. OT and shift ends at 11:30, reality was that every night was min. 2.5hrs OT with some nights ending at 5am)
    * Fellow supervisors will toss you under the bus and lie about you to get ahead
    * Union is controlling everything, including upper management
    * High pressure to get a Ford vehicle, but the employee plan will save you taxes only
    * Despite very high pay, more than half gets sent to taxes - not worth it
    * Employees dictate your day, not the other way around
    * General employees take a lot of time off (allowed to do so), and get replaced by students who don't care
    * Don't educate or allow for further knowledge in industry to get developed (been told to un-learn my previous 5yrs exp)
    *Lied at the interview that shift starts at 3pm. Instead it starts at 2pm, but not paid for the 1st hour - daily occurrence!.

    Advice to Management

    None, lost the battle long ago - inbred