Material Planner for Upfit & Wholegoods (Former Employee) – Wellingborough – 24 September 2018
A Temporary position, reporting directly to the Departmental Manager and liasing with COMS Department it was my responsibility to raise all purchase orders on all Cummins Engine Plants and all external orders to support the Upfit Department.
Parts Advisor (Former Employee) – Oldbury – 19 September 2018
my work hours were 7.30am till 5.30pm answering telephone to many people searching through internet and service books for parts going into warehouse finding parts and packing and sending parts put to customers
Company filled with managers and very poor in ethics and good in racism
Technical specialist (Former Employee) – Huddersfield, West Yorkshire – 4 September 2018
It is a manager`s company; very poor work ethics in product engineering team and typically no promotion at work.
HR is terrible and they do not know their job description at all.
Good for new starters and graduates to start their career.
Soft skills are more important than technical aspects and always struggle to find a right solution for an issue. Typically 99% of the field failure issues resolved through risk assessment only. Not a good place to work; for a technically competent person.
Performance reviews based on race ( racism ) and not on their actual performance.
Global Mobility Specialist / Immigration (Former Employee) – Stockton-on-Tees – 3 September 2018
Cummins Business Services in Stockton is not a great place to work at all. They do not welcome outsiders. The managers are not professional and the team I worked in the manager should not have been a manager. I was alienated and the ring leader was the manager.
Mechanical Engineer (Former Employee) – Huddersfield – 10 August 2018
Great place to work,lots of opportunities to advance in the company.I really enjoyed my 38 years with the company.I originally startedout as an engineering inspector but also worked in training&safety as well,i endd up as a flexible manufacturing worker involved with all aspects of turbocharger production.
Productive place to work - Management need looking at
DOT, Test Engineer and Teardown Engineer (Former Employee) – Daventry, Northamptonshire – 24 July 2018
Advancements, Salaries, Job security are pretty solid things at Cummins however, the management especially in the production test area need re-evaluating to see if they actually know what they are doing.
From my experience, some things were good...the things you couldn't really get wrong however, processes, people management all goes out the window.
Quality Auditor (Former Employee) – Daventry – 23 June 2018
Good place to work However they seemed to loose focus on Quality to become more productive 100% visual inspection of engine blocks Identify any rework or salvage work required Ensure all work is carried out to Cummins standards Production line audits to ensure machining accuracy before final inspection of engine blocks Two inspectors should inspect up to 10 blocks /shift between them
Great place to work on paper but some facilities suffer from extremely toxic middle management. Employee engagement surveys brushed under the carpet and offenders given lateral moves away from line management positions. Not a meritocracy as would expect.
Finance Analyst (Current Employee) – Daventry – 29 April 2018
Good company to work for if you are a graduate on the internal scheme. However, not a corporate company, really slow on development and progression and management hierarchy are usually internal promotions through favouritism so some appointments are unjustified.