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- "Lack of guidance from management and poor decision making" (in 85 reviews)
- "Low salaries taking into account roles and the tasks performed." (in 79 reviews)
- "Long hours and very tough dealing with union" (in 38 reviews)
- "Since the PSA merger with FCA, the new corporate structure is FAT in Middle and Upper Management and very very Lean on actual Engineers." (in 22 reviews)
- "Crazy abrasive managers and bosses" (in 20 reviews)
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- 4.0Sep 30, 2023Quality EngineerFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsDetroit, MI
Some good perks Lots of opportunities to learn different roles
Long hard hours Employee review system Management can be bit harsh at times
- 2.0Mar 9, 2021Assembly Line WorkerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsKokomo, IN
Good pay for as difficult the work
Went from 65 hour weeks of 6 days a week to 12 hours on 7 days to laid off
- 1.0Sep 22, 2023EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
No pros for this company, its failing both in business way and employee retention way. only great by name, outcome wise 0, if i could give a negative rating i would have.
1) The management is very unstable, they dont kow how many people to hire which team is short staffed etc. Not good pay according to market standards but they expect you to extend your working hours to meet business needs. 2) You may be removed even after hiring saying there is a budget issue and we cant afford to pay you, then why the hell hire in first place. 3) Earlier the company had a 70:30 WFH:WFO schedule that compensated & helped for a lot of things but now that is being removed. 4) They promise different things during hiring and do things differently after hiring cause they know the employee is stuck with the company having no solution, they will simply ask you to resign if you fail to accept the modified terms & conditions. This i am saying with personal experience. 5) If you are fine to risk your personal space, less pay & lot of work pressure with unstable management who can throw u any time & if you have no issues with ever changing T&C of company you are welcome to join the great STELLANTIS.
- 3.0Oct 30, 2023Head of Performance ManagementCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsLuton, East of England, England
Opportunities to grow and move across different areas
Can be limiting if you you are not prepared to work extra hours and devote more than your contracted scope
- 1.0Sep 13, 2021Production SupervisorCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsKokomo, IN
Company car lease (2) is one the best benefits they have.
Upper Management unprofessional. Things said in meetings and during regular shift hours would have upper management fired in a corporate environment. No onboarding official training program. Learn as you go. Encourage managers to be verbally abusive to 'weed out' supervisors1
- 1.0Feb 22, 2022IT Infrastructure SpecialistCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsIndianapolis, IN
This company has good pay and great benefits.
No work life balance, hasn't staffed IT staff in the plants sufficient to support production 24/7, many IT staff are working 7 days a week and 10 or 12 hour days. The good pay comes at a cost to your family life. some sites are expected to support the plant on 24 hours x 7 with only 4 people. No reviews of salaries annually, some employees have not receive pay raises in over 6 years. Convoluted Performance Review process. Calibration meetings are held by managers for performance reviews where they use a bell curve to rate people and someone has to be low. Always finding faults behaviorally that are so minuscule. If you want to move up in the company don't take an IT job in the plant, you will never be allowed to interview for corporate positions.1
- 1.0Apr 22, 2021Production SupervisorCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsWarren, MI
The Money is good and you’ll learn conflict management in a hurry.
The hours are long and the schedule of shifts are terrible. Favoritism is rampant and development is nonexistent