What's up with Mahle
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Moco

Canton, OH

#41 Aug 18, 2011
12hr spunker wrote:
Its been settled already behind closed doors. We are going with what they're offering and that is that.
Hell, aint none of these places out here in town gonna hire us if we lose our jobs, cause we done run our dicksuckers right and left for years about how much better we are than everyone else. I bet theres different plants that have all the guys ready to beat the crap out of the first Mahle queerboy that clocks in at there place.
Face it, we got to bow dow and keep these jobs we get or we'll wind up out there somewheres getting made fun of by people shouting "Hey math test boy whatcha gonna do now math test boy??"
We're screwed. Face it guys, aint none of us ever worked more than three hours straight without taking a halfhour break, hell thats why we been on 12s so long.
Thats all Im gonna say, I like being payed twice as much as the other guys in town and only having to work half as hard. Wise up and shut up.
all coming from someone that's to lazy to even get a job!!!

Since: Mar 09

United States

#42 Aug 18, 2011
Moco wrote:
<quoted text>. And "shut the doors and move it to Mexico or China" is exactly what Mahle is going to have to do if anyone thinks those workers are going to settle for the cuts/proposals that Mahle is offering. Good luck tonight and the community is behind you guys and your union!!!!
Decisions have consequences. I am sure the community will pick up the slack for lost jobs. Remember, pigs get fat and hogs get slaughtered. I don't want anyone to lose their job, but at some point you just have to be practical. Is it really worth cutting off your nose to spite your face?
Really

Morristown, TN

#43 Aug 18, 2011
Wisher 2011 wrote:
I currently work at mahle in morristown and although a union isn't right for our plant I do believe the company shouldn't have the right to cut wages by 4 dollars on the hour like they did here!! We give and give and receive nothing in return yet mahle is the most profitable it's ever been....
Why....
Hard working morristownians like us they break our back to provide quality products that if you ask anyone that works here proudly stands behind!
I have worked at Mahle in Morristown for almost 20 years and I have never heard of anybody getting their wages cut by $4hr unless they went into a lower job code. In fact I have never heard of anybody other than salary employees getting a wage cut at all.
get real

Luttrell, TN

#44 Aug 19, 2011
It amazes me how people that have never worked at Mahle, seem to think they know everything about it. We are hard working people trying to make a living to support our families. If you want to work, put in a resume and make sure you can pass a drug and math test. Join us and see what working 7 days a week is like.

Since: Mar 09

United States

#45 Aug 19, 2011
get real wrote:
It amazes me how people that have never worked at Mahle, seem to think they know everything about it. We are hard working people trying to make a living to support our families. If you want to work, put in a resume and make sure you can pass a drug and math test. Join us and see what working 7 days a week is like.
I admire anyone who works to support their family. That is the right thing to do. But, if you don't like the conditions, leave. If you don't like your salary....leave. If you don't like your boss....leave. That applies anywhere you work. There are plenty of people willing to trade places.

You employer pays you for a piece of your life. They offer compensation and a position. It is up to you if you want to sell it to them. Like buying a car, if the price is too high, don't buy it.
Mahle rednecks

Knoxville, TN

#46 Aug 19, 2011
Slowhand2009 wrote:
<quoted text>
I admire anyone who works to support their family. That is the right thing to do. But, if you don't like the conditions, leave. If you don't like your salary....leave. If you don't like your boss....leave. That applies anywhere you work. There are plenty of people willing to trade places.
You employer pays you for a piece of your life. They offer compensation and a position. It is up to you if you want to sell it to them. Like buying a car, if the price is too high, don't buy it.
But we want out Pabst Blue Ribbon...and we want to drink it too!

Since: Mar 09

United States

#47 Aug 19, 2011
Mahle rednecks wrote:
<quoted text>
But we want out Pabst Blue Ribbon...and we want to drink it too!
Even with the concessions you can afford it.
you didnt hear it from me

Knoxville, TN

#48 Aug 20, 2011
I know two of them there who screw their 1st cousins.
longhair

Sevierville, TN

#49 Aug 21, 2011
Slowhand2009 wrote:
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Do you honestly think the decisions don't come from Germany? If you don't, why did you compare the Germans to dictators and Hitler? You cannot have it both ways.
No business owner in his/her right mind would want a union. You are incredibly naive. Why would you start a business and then share it with a union? There is no reason you would want that.
I am not a company man, as you put it. I do consulting. However, I also know unions drain the lifeblood from a company. They have done wonders in the following areas: airlines (bankrupt), textiles (out of business), steel mills (almost extinct), coal mining (depressed and dying) and teaching (failing grades all around.) While they may have built this country (I don't agree with that) but now they are part and parcel of the problem. I am sorry to say that they have outlived any value.
Unions are a direct result of poor managment.There are problems with unions as they become powerful and try to take too much.The whole Idea of a union was born from the opposition of unsafe conditions,unreasonable hours and lack of wages in relation to profit.In some cases A Union is needed.As far as all these industries you listed as being decimated by unions,The airlines suffered from poor managment and high fuel costs,a failure of the companies and the federal goverments 40 year refusal to adopt an energy policy.Textiles and steel mills are all a victim of globalist free trade policy that even a non-union work force paid minimum wage could not compete against.Coal mining is suffering from unwillingness to adapt better mining practices and pressure from enviromenalists who mistakenly think we dont need coal,all of which has nothing to do with unions.As far as teachers,both teachers and thier employers are to blame as well as parents for those poor results.It is foolish to blame only unions for this.I believe unions are needed in some situations as some buisnesses are out of touch with reality.Some Unions which advocate illegal immigration need to be put in thier place.Getting rid Of Unions will not sovle the problems we have.They have been made scapegoats in many situations to cover up poor managment.It doesnt matter thought,this debate distracts everyone and China is laughin all the way to the bank.So go down to non- union Wal-mart and getcha a buggy full of chinese junk.
waiting

United States

#50 Sep 2, 2011
How long does it take them to call you to work at Mahle after you pass their test?
well

Spencer, NC

#51 Sep 2, 2011
I took my drug test 3 weeks ago & they still haven't called!
waiting

United States

#52 Sep 2, 2011
Same here, glad I'm not the only one. I thought they may have changed their mind about hiring me but someone told me they send a letter if they do that. No letter here yet.
mahle bitch

Springdale, AR

#53 Sep 15, 2011
I work at another mahle plant & was wondering what your pay was and your workweek was like--do you have any other benefits like profit sharing
its not rocket science

United States

#54 Oct 22, 2011
So I hear the workers at Mahle only get one ten minute break and a half hour for lunch on an 8hr shift and they voted for that? Really? Come on people, wake up! You voted your break away and you're only getting paid for 39.75 hrs a week instead of 40. That little quarter of an hour all adds up in a years time. So you're giving that money to them, plus lost a break in the process. Just think if the company had to backpay every employee there since it began. Now that wouldn't be 10 measly minutes of fun for them now would it? I bet the employees sure would be dancing in the streets of Morristown though. Wise up folks!
Connor jackson

Coshocton, OH

#55 Dec 28, 2011
Mcconnellsville is run by a... Holes who don't care about there ppl! A union is the only thing we hav left or we would've taken a big pay cut!
Eddie

United States

#56 Dec 29, 2011
Connor jackson wrote:
Mcconnellsville is run by a... Holes who don't care about there ppl! A union is the only thing we hav left or we would've taken a big pay cut!
i wish the Mahle in Morristown had a good union. Its run by money hungry Americans now it was such a better place to work when the Germans was here
Anonymous

York, SC

#57 Jan 9, 2012
Mahle is run by a corrupt bunch of homosexuals!
IF SO

Jefferson City, TN

#58 Jan 9, 2012
If they are hiring, why do they not contact those of us who passed the test and are drug free?
Connor jackson

Coshocton, OH

#60 Jan 15, 2012
First to get hired u have to be a friend of mrs mills or family!!! U don't want to work there trust me the said the union couldn't get raises for three yrs but just gav company personel a raise! Cut throat and rats that's Mahle in mcConnellsville!!!!!!!!!!
Connor jackson

Coshocton, OH

#61 Jan 15, 2012
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