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Supportive and positive company to intern for!
Internship, R&D, Cell Culture, Microbiology (Former Employee), Centennial CO.October 28, 2013
Pros: people, management, intern office, independent work approach
I worked as an intern at AlloSource this last summer. It was a wonderful experience. The work was stimulating with lots of variation, and management was down to earth and friendly, always taking extra time to clarify. The company had a overarching good feeling to it when you walked through the doors. I learned so much at AlloSource, I consider myself – more... very lucky to have been able to work for this company. – less
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great job
Processing Technician (Former Employee), Centennial, COSeptember 13, 2013
Pros: co workers were nice
make bone grafts on cnc machine. learned how to work on my own. management was helpful. co workers were nice. hardest part was being alone all day. enjoyed the benefits.
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Productive work environment
Support Technician (Former Employee), Centennial, COMay 8, 2013
Pros: long lunch breaks
Cons: micro managing
A day at Allosource consisted of me doing more work than everyone else, because I was given a two person job to do by myself. I had to make canisters first thing in the morning, once I was done I'd make a stock list. I'd take out the trash constantly. Then I would go pull my stock, then check my work email to see if I had work instructions to complete. – more... Put my stock away, make another stock list, the go to lunch. When I came back from lunch I'd pull stock again, go put it away then take out any trash left over.I wasn't the greatest fan of some people put in management, of the fact that they thought it was fine to have one person do a two person job which physically broke me down. I did however like majority of my co-workers, they were nice people. – less
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Product good, company culture difficult
Sr. Project Manager (Former Employee), Centennial, CODecember 19, 2012
Pros: they produce products that help people improve their daily lives.
Cons: company culture was difficult.
There were too many meetings during a normal work week and I found it difficult in getting things done or planned. The work environment was one of reaction, rather than being proactive. To my knowledge, I can’t recall seeing a 1, 2, 3 or 5 year plan or forecast. Very little planning was ever done…