• Report:  #3266

Complaint Review: Delphi Packard / General Motors - Gadsden Alabama

Reported By:
- Collinsville, Al,
Sat, September 09, 2000

Delphi Packard / General Motors
Gadsden, Alabama, U.S.A.
Auto manufactures
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As a divorced mother of two, and considered a minority, I was working in the Delphi Packard plant owned by General Motors. My pay was 6.25 per hour and I paid my union dues. When I was threatend by another employee and her friends, I immidiatly reported this to the personnel manager, a black man who is still personnel manager at this Gadsden, Alabama plant. I was fired on the spot. This personnel manager stood by the exit and laughed at me while I was crying and walking out the door. Problems with automobiles, as I have personally seen the shabby work and cheaply made parts added on to these extreamly overpriced auto's. Problems with your auto's start at these plants , well known by all company heads, regardless of any excuse or should I say lies made by these companies. I still have nightmares about that day. Unions did me no good.

1 Updates & Rebuttals


Company's grow and change

#2UPDATE EX-employee responds

Wed, March 05, 2008

I'm an ex-employee of the above mentioned Gadsden, AL plant location. The above complaint was filed in 2000 (nearly 8 years by the time of this rebuttal). Even from the time I was employed (2004-2007) the management, products, and standards had changed from the time the above ex-employee worked at this Gadsden plant (based off of information passed on from emplyees that worked there during the Packard years). Even during my employement, 80% of the management personel changed. The current managment is top notch. This is the same management that has stuck with the company as it has transitioned to Inteva Products. The purpose of this rebuttal is to bring light to the fact that, at the very least, over time companies change, they grow, and they learn from past mistakes. Please don't judge a company (or organization) by past transgressions that the current administration may not even be directly responsible for. Please be careful when reading these "complaints" and realize that some of them are old and are in no way reflective of the current business.

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