Warren truck hiring 1000 for b shift

Warren truck hiring 1000 for b shift

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15 years

United States

#1 Dec 26, 2012
In march Warren truck will be firing up the 3rd shift. A shift will be mon-Thursday 5 am till 3:30 pm. B shift will be Wednesday- Saturday 4:30pm-3:30 am. All or most new hires will automatically go to b shift. C shift will be monday and tuesday 4:30pm-3:00am wednesday and Thursday off. Friday and Saturday 5:00am-3:30pm all shifts 4 days 10 hours.

Since: Aug 12

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#2 Dec 26, 2012
15 years wrote:
In march Warren truck will be firing up the 3rd shift. A shift will be mon-Thursday 5 am till 3:30 pm. B shift will be Wednesday- Saturday 4:30pm-3:30 am. All or most new hires will automatically go to b shift. C shift will be monday and tuesday 4:30pm-3:00am wednesday and Thursday off. Friday and Saturday 5:00am-3:30pm all shifts 4 days 10 hours.
Thanks for the info, looking forward to joining on in March. Would you happen to know the start date for the new schedule?
MrLost

United States

#3 Dec 26, 2012
15 years wrote:
In march Warren truck will be firing up the 3rd shift. A shift will be mon-Thursday 5 am till 3:30 pm. B shift will be Wednesday- Saturday 4:30pm-3:30 am. All or most new hires will automatically go to b shift. C shift will be monday and tuesday 4:30pm-3:00am wednesday and Thursday off. Friday and Saturday 5:00am-3:30pm all shifts 4 days 10 hours.
Thanks big time for the information you provided us, im just waiting for the email for my orientation so hopefully i will be put in the warren plant but will still be happy and blessed to be hired in any other Chrysler plant also
15 years

United States

#5 Dec 26, 2012
BCO40812 wrote:
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Thanks for the info, looking forward to joining on in March. Would you happen to know the start date for the new schedule?
We heard as early January 2nd. I guess they are bringing in groups of 50-60 every week to train with dayshift people to learn the jobs for b shift. You should be notified within a week. Each new hire will be assigned to someone to train them on the job they will be doing on b shift.

Since: Aug 12

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#6 Dec 26, 2012
15 years wrote:
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We heard as early January 2nd. I guess they are bringing in groups of 50-60 every week to train with dayshift people to learn the jobs for b shift. You should be notified within a week. Each new hire will be assigned to someone to train them on the job they will be doing on b shift.
Wow thats great, didnt know things would start up right after the new year, thought it would be closer to March. Thanks for the info, hope to get in a early group.

Thanks again, have a good rest of the holidays off!
Curious

United States

#7 Dec 26, 2012
I know some of the work at the assembly plant (JNAP)can be considered hard for many. Would you say that the jobs at the Warren truck plant are easier? Does the Warren truck plant make parts or assemble them?
Shapman

Howell, MI

#8 Dec 26, 2012
When they start having supervisors shadowing other supervisors then the new shift is not that far away.

Since: Jul 11

Southfield, MI

#9 Dec 26, 2012
Curious wrote:
I know some of the work at the assembly plant (JNAP)can be considered hard for many. Would you say that the jobs at the Warren truck plant are easier? Does the Warren truck plant make parts or assemble them?
I *think* Warren Truck runs slower BUT no, the jobs are not any easier. Assembly isn't easy at any plant.
MrLost

United States

#10 Dec 26, 2012
JnapA5 wrote:
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I *think* Warren Truck runs slower BUT no, the jobs are not any easier. Assembly isn't easy at any plant.
I have a few friends and cousins that works on the assembly line. All of them say it's easy work, they say the only hard part is standing for long periods of time which is not a problem for me. I do that already at my job

Since: Jul 11

Southfield, MI

#11 Dec 26, 2012
MrLost wrote:
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I have a few friends and cousins that works on the assembly line. All of them say it's easy work, they say the only hard part is standing for long periods of time which is not a problem for me. I do that already at my job
Depends on where they work on the line. There's some easy jobs but most are hard.
15 years

United States

#12 Dec 26, 2012
I don't know who you are getting your info from about the work, Warren truck is a fast paced assembly plant. There is no standing around, it is a constant struggle to keep up. It does become tolerable after some time. Trust me, alot of you will quit. This work, and I mean work, isn't for everyone. I wish you good luck, Warren truck is the worst.
MrLost

United States

#13 Dec 26, 2012
15 years wrote:
I don't know who you are getting your info from about the work, Warren truck is a fast paced assembly plant. There is no standing around, it is a constant struggle to keep up. It does become tolerable after some time. Trust me, alot of you will quit. This work, and I mean work, isn't for everyone. I wish you good luck, Warren truck is the worst.
Good I was kinda hoping it was fast paced job and thanks imma need all the luck I can get lol

Since: Aug 12

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#14 Dec 26, 2012
15 years wrote:
I don't know who you are getting your info from about the work, Warren truck is a fast paced assembly plant. There is no standing around, it is a constant struggle to keep up. It does become tolerable after some time. Trust me, alot of you will quit. This work, and I mean work, isn't for everyone. I wish you good luck, Warren truck is the worst.
Thanks for the heads up, looking forward to getting started.

Since: Jul 11

Southfield, MI

#15 Dec 26, 2012
15 years wrote:
I don't know who you are getting your info from about the work, Warren truck is a fast paced assembly plant. There is no standing around, it is a constant struggle to keep up. It does become tolerable after some time. Trust me, alot of you will quit. This work, and I mean work, isn't for everyone. I wish you good luck, Warren truck is the worst.
You guys run slower than JNAP. That is my only point.

Since: Aug 12

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#16 Dec 26, 2012
15 years wrote:
I don't know who you are getting your info from about the work, Warren truck is a fast paced assembly plant. There is no standing around, it is a constant struggle to keep up. It does become tolerable after some time. Trust me, alot of you will quit. This work, and I mean work, isn't for everyone. I wish you good luck, Warren truck is the worst.
My cousin works in Toledo and has a friend that works at Warren Truck that says its the toughest Chrysler assembly plant because everything is bigger there. Bigger parts usually = harder work.
the truth

Rockford, IL

#17 Dec 26, 2012
MrLost wrote:
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I have a few friends and cousins that works on the assembly line. All of them say it's easy work, they say the only hard part is standing for long periods of time which is not a problem for me. I do that already at my job
Trust me, your friends were bs'ing you. Big time. Yes, you are standing the entire time. But it's not easy work. Sure, some are easier than others, but not necessarily easy. You could have a job where you don't lift anything heavy, not work above your head, a job that is easy to finish before the cycle time over, a job that you don't have awkward items to put on, a job that has only a couple pieces. You could have all those things that would seem like you have a good. But no matter how "easy" you think a job is, it will take its toll on some part of your body. You do any job repeatedly your body will suffer. There is a reason why more than 700 have quite from JNAP since summer 2010. Also, thats why the medical department is busy every night. If you have a good work ethics and can make it past the difficult part of getting used to the job, you'll be fine. It takes anywhere from 3 weeks to a month and a half to really get used to the job. It's not for everyone, but it's not like you are doing roofing or road construction or some other backbreaking work.
Ron

Oxford, MI

#18 Dec 26, 2012
the truth wrote:
<quoted text>Trust me, your friends were bs'ing you. Big time. Yes, you are standing the entire time. But it's not easy work. Sure, some are easier than others, but not necessarily easy. You could have a job where you don't lift anything heavy, not work above your head, a job that is easy to finish before the cycle time over, a job that you don't have awkward items to put on, a job that has only a couple pieces. You could have all those things that would seem like you have a good. But no matter how "easy" you think a job is, it will take its toll on some part of your body. You do any job repeatedly your body will suffer. There is a reason why more than 700 have quite from JNAP since summer 2010. Also, thats why the medical department is busy every night. If you have a good work ethics and can make it past the difficult part of getting used to the job, you'll be fine. It takes anywhere from 3 weeks to a month and a half to really get used to the job. It's not for everyone, but it's not like you are doing roofing or road construction or some other backbreaking work.
Don't let these people scare you. It's just the opposite of what they are saying. There is hard jobs but most are no big deal. If you have a good work ethic and have had real jobs in the past you will laugh once you see for yourself what is there.

Since: Jul 11

Southfield, MI

#20 Dec 26, 2012
LOL.

I've worked in body, paint and TCF. I haven't found ONE job that I can laugh at yet. I've stopped the line. I like floating though, at least I don't have to do the same thing every day but there's nothing to laugh at.

It's work. Period.
15 years

United States

#21 Dec 26, 2012
We are not trying to scare you, besides truth has never worked in assembly, he has coasted the easy ride of mound rd and Mack. Anyway, you will work. There is no cycle time, you chase the truck till your done and there is 400 more right behind it. This is the reality, not trying to scare you, just preparing you. Here is a tip, if you are having a hard time, go to medical. They have to let you go. This will be a temporary break to wipe your tears and contemplate walking out. The more you go to medical, the easier job they will give you. This is commonly known as " playing the game " wait and see.
Ron

Oxford, MI

#22 Dec 26, 2012
That's funny with some truth. Your not going to cry even on the hardest job. Yes lazy fatazzezz do play that game. For that plant, they do not have cycle times. If you fall behind you can chase the part down the line or you could tell the lazy fatazz team leader so he/she can take care of it. Again don't let these lazy fatazzezz scare you, they don't know what work is. Just standing up from a chair is work for them.

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