Senior Technical Writer (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – November 14, 2017
Assa Abloy is a renowned worldwide company and the Phoenix office has a diverse product group. Each day, quick and paced, results in a great work. The management is pretty diversified and able to give all employees the tools to do the tasks. Almost all of the yearly events are celebrated with show, and the company does show employee stepping stones.
Product Development Engineer (Former Employee) – New Haven County, CT – October 28, 2017
great company to work for! Net worth is calculated using a simple formula: it is the total assets less the total liabilities. To estimate the net worth of a company, analyze its financial statements, paying particular attention to the balance sheet. 1. Review the company's balance sheet and tally the assets.
Mechanical Engineering Intern (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – October 25, 2017
My time at Assa Abloy was nice. I got to learn a lot, meet a lot of new people, and gain some valuable industry experience. It is a good place to work. People are awesome and friendly, and work environment is very chill.
Production (Former Employee) – Berlin, CT – April 18, 2017
When you first get there you are treated with respect but once you get comfortable upper management knocks you down. Basically the thought is to make you feel as low as possible and then rebuild you into their style of work. Trust me their style of work is not even close a normal company. Once I left my world changed. The stress level dropped so much and I actually enjoy working again.
I worked at Assa Abloy as a contract employee, so I can't speak to compensation and benefits. The engineers I worked with were great. They were dedicated to their jobs, had fun at work. The jokes flew fast and furiously. My manager was a good guy. He let us do what we needed to do without micro-managing. The nice thing is that the engineering was done on the same site as production, which is convenient. They also had a dedicated lab, and because they made doors, the plant could also serve as a beta site.
Systems Engineer, Internship (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – August 30, 2016
the start of the day is always about what needs to immediately be done. After that the focus is on the recurrence of any late orders or quality of the product. Being from and Electronic background, I wasn't to familiar with manufacturing. So I relished the task of coming to work and learning something different everyday. From the building of the closure, to the quality of the build, down to the packing and shipping of the closure was so much foreign knowledge to me that kept me interested. My co-workers were phenomenal, so of the happiest and carefree people I have met. They took me in and always helped when I asked. The most challenging part had to be the adjustment to dealing with a different problem or issue everyday. Coming into work and not knowing what would be on the agenda. The most enjoyable was just working with people who were truly skilled professionals at their job for numerous years. The camaraderie was truly spectacular and everyone just did their part to get the job done.
RDC Branch Manager ∙ Ameristar Perimeter (Current Employee) – Ontario, CA – April 13, 2016
Great atmosphere and a bunch of co-workers working hard to get things done in a timely manner. What this job has taught me most is patience. We all come from different backgrounds but we all do our part and back each other up when the job gets tough and heavy.