Overall Reviews at Hyundai Motor Company
Member Services Representative | Montgomery, AL | Jan 9, 2020
Clean and safe place to work.
Hyundai is a great job... Could use some help with management and treating team members fairly when it comes to company rules... Its a lot of your word against theirs goes on even if you have proof Of being wrongfully treated. Love the time off for holidays and the pay.
Cashier/Receptionist | Gainesville, FL | Feb 15, 2020
This is a great place to work and can be very enjoyable. Usually a typical day includes taking care of customers and regular office work (phone calls, filing, making appointments). Everyone is very friendly and easy to communicate with. The hardest part of the job is figuring out what exactly the customer needs and how to best help them, but it can also be equally enjoyable.
Senior Business Associate | Fountain Valley, CA | Sep 8, 2018
Great place to learn.
Hyundai is was a great place for me to move from a small/midsize company into a larger company. I learned a lot in a short amount of time, because the company culture is kind of throw you in the deep end and make you swim.
Unfortunately the sink or swim mentality is a metaphor for how the company operates as a whole.
ProsOnsite Gym & fitness classes (free for employees), empoyees can buy Pete's Coffee & lunch onsite.
ConsLow pay, no trust in employees, hard to get anything done.
Leasing Professional | Claremont, CA | Aug 3, 2018
Great Company, Great location
This manufacturer is up and coming very quickly. Product line has improved drastically, and the work environment is very friendly. if you're looking to work for a company that, prides itself on its ability to deliver, this is the place.
Electrical Technician | Montgomery, AL | Jun 2, 2018
Its all work
Its all work, no fun no concern for family life, poor management skills, poor moral. They want everything from you but give nothing in exchange. They do not want your opinion on improvement, just do what they say.
Consno concern for personal life
Billing Clerk | Stamford, CT | May 1, 2019
i worked well with the sales team and sales managers. office staff wasnt as good as it should of been. but other then that the work itself was great, love the car business
Team Leader | Montgomery, AL | Apr 12, 2019
We have fun by make sure our customers are happy
Hyundai motors is a great place to work. And have great insurance for your family. Hyundai have lots of different giveaways. They donate to alot of charity. They have family day for the employees and their families. They help you with investments throughout Hyundai with different training options.
ProsFree Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner
Cons3 breaks and great insurance
Administrative Services | Oxnard, CA | May 13, 2020
very family oriented and family aware. i enjoyed very much working here with the variety of males and small amount of females. the diversity helped run the business smoothly and welcome all aspects of customers.
Process Engineer | Montgomery, AL | Oct 5, 2019
Day to day operations are challenging but rewarding
Day to day operations are challenging but rewarding. I Lead teams of process and mechanical engineers who maintain over 280 welding robots to meet various manufacturing line efficiency’s .I coordinate production activities with procurement, maintenance, and quality control to obtain optimum production. Developing quality standards and create implement, evaluate, and modify inspection criteria. I Oversee production by improving employee workstations for both ergonomics and employee safety. I serve as Project Champion for new vehicle model launch.
Electrical Engineer | Montgomery, AL | Jul 12, 2018
A day at Hyundai.
Working in the maintenance department of the plant is very demanding. I have never worked for a company that is so unorganized yet they have high expectations. Very unreasonable when it comes to accomplishing tasks because more often than not, we don't have the necessary tools, but they expect results. Work life balance is tough by having a constantly changing schedule and too many weekends spent at work. Management is more concerned with covering their own problems. Hardest part of the job is the constant adapting to new equipment. No training and expected to be an expert at any location. Health benefits are nice and other small incentives throughout the year.