Profit Sharing Guess?

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Peru, IN

#1 Dec 1, 2012
4500.00 gross... Have a Safe workday in the factory..
just the facts

Lake Zurich, IL

#3 Dec 1, 2012
Thats exactly what Im thinking also. Hell, we got 1500 last year on crap......making money hand over fist this year! Bring on the BIG BUCKS!!!!!!!!!!
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Western Springs, IL

#4 Dec 1, 2012
Lol
Lol

Western Springs, IL

#5 Dec 1, 2012
I say about 2k then sam gets his share (40%) we will see 1200 at the most
just the facts

Beloit, WI

#7 Dec 1, 2012
We saw 1500 on crap last year....so mite push 6000 this yr
heartless

United States

#8 Dec 1, 2012
Were already at $2500 now, from the first 9 months of this year . If it were to be cut this month. Well last month, forgot its the 1st already. Lol
just the facts

Hartland, WI

#10 Dec 1, 2012
0 Is what retired gets! Big buckarooneys is what us real workers will be getting!!!! BWAHAHAHHA
ip chaser

Sweden

#11 Dec 1, 2012
just the facts wrote:
0 Is what retired gets! Big buckarooneys is what us real workers will be getting!!!! BWAHAHAHHA
I hope you guys get alot, a job well done. Nobody who has ever worked in a factory building cars has a clue of what your body endures to build these vehicles.
Linda

United States

#12 Dec 1, 2012
ip chaser wrote:
<quoted text>I hope you guys get alot, a job well done. Nobody who has ever worked in a factory building cars has a clue of what your body endures to build these vehicles.
Is that so? Lol!!! You must not know what work is if you claim auto workers are enduring some thing more than a$$ pains. Out of the whole only a very small percentage have the nasty hard jobs. With all the Federal laws and OSHA, very hard jobs are better than the easiest jobs 20 years ago. Most of the jobs are a joke if you want to be honest.
just the facts

Hartland, WI

#13 Dec 1, 2012
My body endures nothing more than what any other manual labor job endures...its just gonna be nice getting the money is all. :)
ip chaser

Sweden

#14 Dec 1, 2012
Linda wrote:
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Is that so? Lol!!! You must not know what work is if you claim auto workers are enduring some thing more than a$$ pains. Out of the whole only a very small percentage have the nasty hard jobs. With all the Federal laws and OSHA, very hard jobs are better than the easiest jobs 20 years ago. Most of the jobs are a joke if you want to be honest.
I was just saying good job, and yes, the jobs aren't as hard as they used too be but it still takes a toll on your your body. Imagine what the Egyptians must of went through to build those temples
Whatthe

Macomb, MI

#15 Dec 1, 2012
Linda wrote:
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Is that so? Lol!!! You must not know what work is if you claim auto workers are enduring some thing more than a$$ pains. Out of the whole only a very small percentage have the nasty hard jobs. With all the Federal laws and OSHA, very hard jobs are better than the easiest jobs 20 years ago. Most of the jobs are a joke if you want to be honest.
Jobs are a little different than 20yrs ago. Ergonomics are more of a concern than they were 20yrs ago. You make it sound like to 20 years was so much worse. They weren't much worse. They physicality of assmebly work in general isn't the issue. Nobody is lifting anything heavy and working conditions are controlled. Heat is an issue in summer months. The real issue with working assembly is repetitive motion injuries. That is the real danger of working assembly. Even the easy jobs can be taxing on the body if you are doing them over and over. So while there are easy jobs, don't think you say that nowhere near that "most jobs are a joke". Simply not true.
uaw1984

United States

#16 Dec 1, 2012
Linda wrote:
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Is that so? Lol!!! You must not know what work is if you claim auto workers are enduring some thing more than a$$ pains. Out of the whole only a very small percentage have the nasty hard jobs. With all the Federal laws and OSHA, very hard jobs are better than the easiest jobs 20 years ago. Most of the jobs are a joke if you want to be honest.
oh yeah they abide by OSHA, your so full of it I will put money on u sleep with "Retired" or your related or both.
Linda

United States

#17 Dec 1, 2012
You three are for the most part correct in what you say. Beyond 20 years ago the jobs were much harder on average. In the last 20 they have not changed much. Trust me, look around, there are jobs that are a joke. The people that have them do not want to expose it. You have to find it yourself. You three sound like production workers. You 3 will be more likely to do some work.
crazyman

Roseville, MI

#18 Dec 1, 2012
uaw1984 wrote:
<quoted text> oh yeah they abide by OSHA, your so full of it I will put money on u sleep with "Retired" or your related or both.
LOL, both i would guess or she is one of those sleeping in the bathroom her whole shift. ANY production work is hard on the body, just your feet alone endure a long day of standing on them, so obviously does not work. On a brighter note:$700.00 on the 7th,$1,750.00 on the 21st. read your contract.
Linda

United States

#19 Dec 1, 2012
uaw1984 wrote:
<quoted text>oh yeah they abide by OSHA, your so full of it I will put money on u sleep with "Retired" or your related or both.
They don't abide by OSHA? Please explain. Lol!!!
Linda

United States

#20 Dec 1, 2012
crazyman wrote:
<quoted text>LOL, both i would guess or she is one of those sleeping in the bathroom her whole shift. ANY production work is hard on the body, just your feet alone endure a long day of standing on them, so obviously does not work. On a brighter note:$700.00 on the 7th,$1,750.00 on the 21st. read your contract.
As I said for someone that does not know what work is like yourself. Standing is a hard days work. Don't flatter yourself!!! Lol!!!
Linda

United States

#22 Dec 1, 2012
uaw1984 wrote:
<quoted text>OSHA rules are violated EVERY day. U have to THREATEN them with calling OSHA for anything to be done. Where do u work? Must gave a cushy job with noone FLYING by u everyday running stop signs ECT. How many years have u put in?? You are really so out of reality it isn't funny anymore, and u really have been a good laugh.
Are you drunk or high, people do that too. We were talking about jobs being hard and OSHA making them easier. If you were not so stoned you could have comprehended that. Hey,,, smoke another one!! You must be a Union rep...lol!!!
just the facts

Windsor, WI

#23 Dec 2, 2012
Lol autoworker jobs are nothing compared to actual manual labor jobs such as construction, carpenters etc etc....now those types of jobs are physically demanding.
Booga King

United States

#24 Dec 2, 2012
just the facts wrote:
Lol autoworker jobs are nothing compared to actual manual labor jobs such as construction, carpenters etc etc....now those types of jobs are physically demanding.
Wrong, i have done both worlds. Construction is alot of hurry up then wait, autowork your next job is 45 sec away with 500 more right behind it. And both sides it depends on exactly what you are doing.

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