what

Marion, OH

#21 Feb 14, 2013
thats all , boy i`m really getting screwed .
lolwut

Van Wert, OH

#22 Feb 14, 2013
Kathy wrote:
does anyone else owe Waverly tax because of HR's screwup??? Mine is almost 200.00
Didn't pay attention to your deductions all year long, huh?
what

Van Wert, OH

#23 Feb 15, 2013
Kathy wrote:
does anyone else owe Waverly tax because of HR's screwup??? Mine is almost 200.00
You might check with hr and find out where they have you listed as living, what city or township.
what

Van Wert, OH

#24 Feb 15, 2013
Permanent Stage wrote:
<quoted text>
what kind of change do we have to be looking for a job ?
Its probably up for sale, place gets bought and sold every 4 years from what people say.
Kathy

Chillicothe, OH

#25 Feb 16, 2013
I called tax office and was told because my employer is located in city regardless where I lived they should be taking one percent out of my check every payday. there goes my tax refund
Anon

Van Wert, OH

#26 Feb 17, 2013
Yea I owed money too i didnt know what the deal was.
I didnt even bother filing my state/local taxes. Not paying them 200$ they got enough money from me :|.
And curtis... like i said he got up in my face so close i could smell his breath and see all his missing teeth...and threatened to woop my ass
And you know why? Because i was bitching about his buddy dust arnt not doing his fucking job.
Hey dustin I have a cold weld (dustin: f### it i got more important shit to do)....
Curtis is just as bad, my god dont shut down for 5 minutes to fix a bad weld, its ok, your extra 3 parts will get you out of working the weekend for sure.
And no offense i dont need him acting like a piece of crap because he wont take his breaks and acts like a cranky little baby.
little ole me

United States

#27 Feb 18, 2013
Why don't you say that to his face you puss? Huh? Never spoke your mind to someones face before at work? You should try it.....working together actually gets the job done better.
workers wife

Van Wert, OH

#28 Feb 20, 2013
What is going on with the shutting down of 3rd shift and now it being opened up again? My husband was working 3rd, then was told they're working 2nd and now is working 3rd for about a month again. Also, I heard they are in a lot of debt and shutting down soon (not information told to me by my husband). Just curious if he should start looking for another job.
UP TO YOU

Marion, OH

#29 Feb 20, 2013
wait until tim smith get back from germany ! where the owner is and we will see what he has to say !
spending alot of money and bringing in more steal every week to the pressroom !
if all the workers do not band togeather and start working harder to run QUALITY parts in the pressroom and welding side the owner would have to shut down or move to a different location because of losing so much money every week ! this is mostly the employee`s fault for not trying harder thinking they are going to shut down, YES you or I would do just that if we kept losing money and going deeper in debt ! SO IF THEY CLOSE DOWN employee`s can blame it on no body but them selve`s, all i heasr is i`m tired of being treated like crap ( well) maybe the owners are tired of losing so much money and will do something if workers do not try harder that is for sure !

SO EVERYONE WORK TOGEATHER or look for a job !!
what

Van Wert, OH

#30 Feb 20, 2013
Van-Rob is an established organization from the information they put out for public consumption so they know how to run a factory. What happened in Waverly that they claim they are loosing money? I know its not the high wages they pay, thats a joke.

They take people in at minimum wage so they must expect, just as restuarants, the people cant run the place they need training. If they cant do the job after a training period guess what, find someone else.

Blaming the operation on employees is the same as the Army drafting soldiers, sending them into combat with no training and telling them come back and show us how to fight. Its your Army you explain it!
little ole me

United States

#31 Feb 21, 2013
UP TO YOU wrote:
wait until tim smith get back from germany ! where the owner is and we will see what he has to say !
spending alot of money and bringing in more steal every week to the pressroom !
if all the workers do not band togeather and start working harder to run QUALITY parts the pressroom and welding side the owner would have to shut down or move to a different location because of losing so much money every week ! this is mostly the employee`s fault for not trying harder thinking they are going to shut down, YES you or I would do just that if we kept losing money and going deeper in debt ! SO IF THEY CLOSE DOWN employee`s can blame it on no body but them selve`s, all i heasr is i`m tired of being treated like crap ( well) maybe the owners are tired of losing so much money and will do something if workers do not try harder that is for sure !
SO EVERYONE WORK TOGEATHER or look for a job !!
That is PURE BULLSHIT! I am a damn good worker and I my best to give my all every day. It is not the employees fault that van rob is in debt. There are to many glorified hall monitors running around with swelled heads trying to catch somebody breaking a rule instead of helping us get our jobs done right. You people can't do the work that we do.....you have no idea how to get a QUALITY part! I do! And I do it for you 7 days a week without a day off or a high five. You may want to pull your head out if your ass and look into what it is that we hard working employees actually do! Otherwise you may not have us....new better paying jobs are popping up all over the place. I'm sure most places require ethics in the work place. Get the hell off of our asses and let us do our jobs.
krumlauf

Powell, OH

#32 Feb 22, 2013
Just curious. Quality keeps coming up in this discussion. Van Rob seemed to have a handle on QA a couple years back. They were doing very well. What happened?
Is Quality Assurance Manager Jeff Pyles still there? Charlotte Ireland? Quality Engineers: Jay Smith, J. Fischer?

Since: Sep 09

Location hidden

#33 Feb 22, 2013
The Dearborn automaker will modernize its Dearborn Stamping Plant with four new press lines for its next-generation F-Series trucks, due in 2014. It will retool its capacity-constrained Michigan Assembly Plant to increase the output of small cars.

In addition, Ford is making significant investments at the Van Dyke Transmission Plant, Livonia Transmission Plant and Sterling Axle Plant.

The investments are part of a nationwide $6.2 billion investment promise which includes the addition of 12,000 new hourly jobs Ford made to the United Auto Workers in 2011 when the last contract was signed. In all, Ford's 2013 investments will add 2,350 jobs in southeast Michigan.

"We're absolutely on track with all of the commitments," said Jim Tetreault, Ford's vice president of North American manufacturing, in an interview.

Ford will revamp facilities to increase flexibility at a time when plant space is at a premium. The automaker's North American plants are running at 114 percent capacity; General Motors Co. and Chrysler Group LLC are also running above 100 percent capacity.

Ford's $335 million investment in the Dearborn Stamping Plant will be critical for the automaker's next-generation F-Series trucks, specifically the best-selling F-150, which will need to shed weight to eventually meet federal fuel economy standards.

Joe Langley, senior analyst of North American forecasts at Troy-based market intelligence firm LMC Automotive, said Ford's retooling for the next-generation F-150 must be done strategically to avoid shortages.

"They can't afford to turn it off for even a month and retool factories," Langley said of Ford's Dearborn Truck Plant, home to three shifts of F-150 production.

Ford is also making a substantial investment in another Wayne County plant. The automaker is pumping $161 million in upgrades at the Flat Rock Assembly Plant, which by mid-2013 will be the company's most flexible plant, capable of building any type of car on any size platform.

The plant will initially handle spillover production of Ford's Fusion midsize sedan, currently built in Hermosillo, Mexico, and is slated to eventually produce the Taurus and Lincoln MKS.

The upgrades will mean 1,200 new jobs at Flat Rock. Ford expects to begin hiring for those positions during the second quarter of 2013; nearly all will be new to the company.

Ford's Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, which currently produces five cars, will get about $60 million to expand its stamping plant and add two stamping lines, allowing the automaker to insource manufacturing and increase plant production capacity.

That plant is running above capacity, but can still achieve greater output through improved in-plant efficiencies.

Tetreault said Ford achieved a 3 percent production increase in plant production efficiencies this year through small, in-plant changes.

Ford in 2013 will finish investing approximately $85 million at its Sterling Axle Plant,$87 million at its Van Dyke Transmission Plant and $74 million at its Livonia Transmission Plant
Concerned

Chillicothe, OH

#34 Feb 24, 2013
How'd the visit go with Mr. Kirchhoff a couple weeks ago? Really hoping things are turning around. Too many good people there despite the shit ones. I'd hate to hear of it closing.
what

Van Wert, OH

#35 Feb 25, 2013
Permanent Stage wrote:
The Dearborn automaker will modernize its Dearborn Stamping Plant with four new press lines for its next-generation F-Series trucks, due in 2014. It will retool its capacity-constrained Michigan Assembly Plant to increase the output of small cars.
In addition, Ford is making significant investments at the Van Dyke Transmission Plant, Livonia Transmission Plant and Sterling Axle Plant.
The investments are part of a nationwide $6.2 billion investment promise which includes the addition of 12,000 new hourly jobs Ford made to the United Auto Workers in 2011 when the last contract was signed. In all, Ford's 2013 investments will add 2,350 jobs in southeast Michigan.
"We're absolutely on track with all of the commitments," said Jim Tetreault, Ford's vice president of North American manufacturing, in an interview.
Ford will revamp facilities to increase flexibility at a time when plant space is at a premium. The automaker's North American plants are running at 114 percent capacity; General Motors Co. and Chrysler Group LLC are also running above 100 percent capacity.
Ford's $335 million investment in the Dearborn Stamping Plant will be critical for the automaker's next-generation F-Series trucks, specifically the best-selling F-150, which will need to shed weight to eventually meet federal fuel economy standards.
Joe Langley, senior analyst of North American forecasts at Troy-based market intelligence firm LMC Automotive, said Ford's retooling for the next-generation F-150 must be done strategically to avoid shortages.
"They can't afford to turn it off for even a month and retool factories," Langley said of Ford's Dearborn Truck Plant, home to three shifts of F-150 production.
Ford is also making a substantial investment in another Wayne County plant. The automaker is pumping $161 million in upgrades at the Flat Rock Assembly Plant, which by mid-2013 will be the company's most flexible plant, capable of building any type of car on any size platform.
The plant will initially handle spillover production of Ford's Fusion midsize sedan, currently built in Hermosillo, Mexico, and is slated to eventually produce the Taurus and Lincoln MKS.
The upgrades will mean 1,200 new jobs at Flat Rock. Ford expects to begin hiring for those positions during the second quarter of 2013; nearly all will be new to the company.
Ford's Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, which currently produces five cars, will get about $60 million to expand its stamping plant and add two stamping lines, allowing the automaker to insource manufacturing and increase plant production capacity.
That plant is running above capacity, but can still achieve greater output through improved in-plant efficiencies.
Tetreault said Ford achieved a 3 percent production increase in plant production efficiencies this year through small, in-plant changes.
Ford in 2013 will finish investing approximately $85 million at its Sterling Axle Plant,$87 million at its Van Dyke Transmission Plant and $74 million at its Livonia Transmission Plant
Lengthy cut and paste ... how does it apply to Waverly Van-Rob ?
fired

Wilmington, OH

#36 Feb 25, 2013
drug tester wrote:
<quoted text>
well if they refused , same as saying "doing drugs"
Many ppl do drugs here.. and whocares if I refused I don't look at smoking weed is bad. After working 12 hr. A day 7 days week ur body needs something to help it. An in my opinion I would rather smoke pot than drink or do pills...etc. an besides its my life. Everyone has an addiction mine wont kill me from od. I was very good at my job Jay Smith said him self. Pot did not affect me at my job at all. I loved my job. But we all have someone who starts shit and old man Randy is a bitch for telling on me I did Nothing but take his sexual jokes and shit without telling on him and he gets me fired. Im glad he got fired piece of shit.
Just because I lost my job to smoking pot don't make me a bad person a bad employee.. I was very good at my job..I miss a lot of my friends down there.:)
anonomous

United States

#37 Feb 25, 2013
Tell them "fired." I here there r alot of needle users and copper thiefs that still work there. Id rather work with a pot smoker than someone strung out on pills or shooting up and stealing copper to pay 4 there habit.

Since: Sep 09

Location hidden

#38 Feb 25, 2013
what wrote:
<quoted text>
Lengthy cut and paste ... how does it apply to Waverly Van-Rob ?
UP TO 12000 JOBS FOR OTHER PEOPLE EVEN IF IT DOSENT INCLUDE VAN ROB (JUST JOBS)! but as much ford parts thats made @ van rod (if) it doesnt close then it will surely spill over to van-rob.

also 450 more jobs for ohio , i hope it helps someone we know !
friend

United States

#39 Feb 25, 2013
Fired...Randy didn't tell on you. I know who did. It was a jealous girl. We miss you.
curts a gd guy n friend

Athens, OH

#40 Feb 25, 2013
little ole me wrote:
<quoted text> Just because his siblings are no good doesn't mean he's anything like them. I happen to know Curt and his wife and they're good people. He does have a mean look about him but he's a big teddy bear. His, wife on the other hand, she'll stomp a hole in your ass if you do her wrong. You probably took him the wrong way.
Yes curt is a gd guy pple who dnt no him should talk to him n c

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