Misconceptions and false pretenses
Production Worker (Derzeitiger Mitarbeiter) – Sparks, NV – 26. März 2019
I would like to use this opportunity to complain about the misconceptions and false pretenses on which I was offered, accepted and relocated for this job to pursue opportunities which have since been proven nonexistent. The complete disconnect between recruiting and the factory floor is a disgrace to the process, to the company and mission statement. Even in orientation I was told things that weren't true and encouraged for a career that doesn't exist. I was hired under false pretenses, that's gotta say something.
Management is a sore excuse and the only supervisor I trusted was laid off soon after I hired on, proving that unless you grovel and are a brown-nosed drone you can't make it anywhere here.
The company doesn't implement anything that worked for anyone else, ever, in the history of industrial manufacturing and assembly. Insisting on making it more difficult and costly to develop via engineers that also don't understand factory life and assembly line ills.
The people (excluding brown-nosed management), the pay, the benefits and the cars (mostly) are the best things about this company. I am disappointed, to say the least, especially having relocated for this job.
Diverse coworkers and culture