"Should have heeded the red flags. The GSM clearly hates going to work every day. A smile once in a while could go a very long way. Everyone there just tries to avoid him. No processes in place. Can spend your whole day hunting down information on a vehicle and usually the vehicle too. Forever needing to track down a manager to work a deal. One manager that needs to retire. Makes many costly mistakes effecting both company's bottom line and sales commissions. Very nice man, just think it's a health issue due to aging."
"Good place to work and still needs some improvement."
"Good company to work for."
"Worthington Ford is a great company which also owns Worthington Oil & Gas. It employs more than 300 people. This company is people oriented and provides good service."
"Good company for long term work."
"I have worked at FORD and it is a very good company."
"I've worked at Ford Motor Company for 20 years and have been a tool and die maker for 14 years at the tool and die plant in the Rouge complex."
"I have found it a good place for my research area."
"Great company to work for. Great people to work with."
"This is a wonderful company to work with. Obviously things are tight in the automotive industry, but I worked with some real professionals and would recommend them to any software engineer looking to make a change."
"The job is only part time. The manager is fantastic and the co-workers are fantastic. The guy from corporate is a jerk and tells the employees he has no problem firing everyone of us and fill the sets with better people. He only comes around once a month so that it is good."
"I worked for Ford Mo. Co. and I learned a lot from each coworkers. My supervisor was an excellent man who had worked for more than 23 years at the engine plant and I just loved the whole company. They made you feel appreciated and part of the group in no time."
"This place really really sucks."
"I've worked for the Midwest Ford Dealers Advertising for 11 years. 16 Board of Directors and 187 Ford Dealers was definitely a challenge in a 1 person office. I worked 50-55 hours a week and some week-ends. I loved the job but Ford is constantly making changes to the Dealer Association which was becoming more and more difficult to handle in a 1 person office."
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