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Linamar HQ: Guelph, Canada Toronto: LNR

A Linamar CNC Machine Operator said:

“By far the worst plant in Canada. Linamar has nothing but sweat shops.”
“You will be forced to work overtime even if you don't want to. It's good for people who want to make more money. The starting wage is $ 14/H. Be prepared for 12 hour shifts constantly but…” –
38 Reviews

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2.7 Employees say it's “OK”

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Linamar CEO and Director Linda S. Hasenfratz

Linda S. Hasenfratz
77% Approve

Pratt & Whitney Canada HQ: Longueuil, Canada

A Pratt & Whitney Canada Senior Associate said:

“Cool tech, great opportunities, great people” –
37 Reviews

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3.9 Employees are “Satisfied”

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John Saabas
100% Approve

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada HQ: Cambridge, Canada

A Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Finance Co-Op said:

“Not good for a Finance Co-op”
“Good working environment and friendly staff to assist you in your work. Pay increases with experience level and if there is work then ample opportunity to get paid overtime” –
33 Reviews

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3.1 Employees say it's “OK”

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Brian Krinock
64% Approve

Bombardier HQ: Montreal, Canada Toronto: BBD.B

A Bombardier employee said:

“Systems Analyst”
“Great company, great team, a lot of opportunity to grow” –
46 Reviews

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3.3 Employees say it's “OK”

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Bombardier President and CEO Pierre Beaudoin

Pierre Beaudoin
91% Approve

General Motors HQ: Detroit, MI AMEX: GM

At GM, we believe that striking a positive work-life balance leads to an engaged, productive work force. In fact, we believe that by empowering our employees to explore flextime and telecommuting…Full Overview

A General Motors Senior Design Engineer said:

“Design Release Engineer”
“Flexible , quality people , quality learning experiences” –
865 Reviews

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3.4 Employees say it's “OK”

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General Motors CEO Mary Barra

Mary Barra
89% Approve

Ford Motor HQ: Dearborn, MI NYSE: F

A Ford Motor employee said:

“Good and very demanding job”
“It's a good place to work, good pay, good way of treating emplloyees, good place to learn” –
801 Reviews

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3.6 Employees are “Satisfied”

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Ford Motor President & CEO Mark Fields

Mark Fields
88% Approve

Westport Innovations HQ: Vancouver, Canada NASDAQ: WPRT

A Westport Innovations Test Technician said:

“Poorly managed”
“- cool technology with great potential - great benefits and employer RRSP - CEO seems to be able to secure enough investment to keep operations going” –
20 Reviews

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2.2 Employees are “Dissatisfied”

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Westport Innovations CEO David R. Demers

David R. Demers
46% Approve

GM Canada HQ: Oshawa, Canada

A GM Canada Area Manager said:

“34 years and retired”
“GM treats their employees very well. Respect and coaching. New hirees are not left to themselves.” –
19 Reviews

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3.5 Employees are “Satisfied”

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Kevin W. Williams
67% Approve

Magna International HQ: Aurora, Canada NYSE: MGA

A Magna International Production Team Member said:

“its had its ups and downs”
“steady, stable employment.....except for on big lay off” –
59 Reviews

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3.3 Employees say it's “OK”

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Magna International CEO and Director Donald J. Walker

Donald J. Walker
88% Approve

Multimatic Manufacturing HQ: Markham, Canada

A Multimatic Manufacturing Engineer said:

“Resistant to change”
“- opportunities to do challenging work and projects - recommended as a stepping stone to a wide array of experience - people (except management) are great to work with and helpful” –
18 Reviews

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2.8 Employees say it's “OK”

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Peter Czapka
100% Approve