Nice place to work if you are from the Northern State mother plant. The wage disparity is to much. 60% of plan works for minimum wage, 40 % work for 4X to 10X the minimum wage. The Management is a closed Bourgeois system.
good educational benefits
Very biased and extreme stereo typing of sothern people
Fabrication Operator (Former Employee) – Stockton, CA – June 29, 2015
My 8 years of working in ASCO I have known almost everybody. We all get along very well. I worked there as a Laser Operator where production starts at. If we were short on a part, everyone looked around to see if it was laying around else where, if no where to be found i would re-cut that part. The best part working there was Team work from every department. It felt as though it was family.
lots of overtime. wireing machines .read schmatics. some pluubing.testing for electricall problems on test equipment. managers were heplfull when you had a problem. very good and friendly co workers. making something new and seeing it work.
This work place would have been great but I had too many bosses
Secretary/Receptionist (Former Employee) – Amarillo, TX – May 22, 2013
I enjoyed the work; but, I had two women who were in charge of me and they would fight over what I was suppose to be doing. My kids were also really small and sick alot. The stress at work got me to where I was sick all the time so missed alot of work because of that and my kids being sick.
Cool Job but Lack of leadership is hurting the business
Sales and Service Technician (Current Employee) – Parkersburg, WV – January 7, 2013
I love the work and getting the interact with the costumers however due to some peoples inability to except change and to let go of the "that’s the way things have always been done" the company as a hole is suffering and the evidence is clear when you look at the amount of work there is. If the company as a hole would embrace change and look to the future there would be no problems with the company growing beyond its current bounds