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start of every day
Calibration Technician (Former Employee) –  Lebanon, NHJuly 13, 2017
clock in 6:25am. Start working on my list right away. Work with engineers or leads about something not working right or new tools. Communication is the hardest between management and the engineers. Learned about aerospace
Pros
work unsupervised
Cons
communication is awful
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a stressful place to work with little advancement
Stockroom Associate (Current Employee) –  East Aurora, NYMay 30, 2017
I feel like management doesn't take their employees seriously or consider their opinions and ideas. They treat the work force like they don't matter .
Pros
Every other Friday off
Cons
stressful working environment
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One of the best places to work I have ever seen.
Contract Test Engineer (Former Employee) –  Kirkland, WAMarch 6, 2015
A great place to work, the only possible down-side that I encountered was that the company was growing so fast that the parking lot was to small and people would have to park on the street if they did not arrive early enough.

Great culture, friendly people, good tools, no complaints at all.
Pros
Good communications, compay events.
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Awsome place to work
Maunufacturing / Production (Former Employee) –  Lebanon, NHJune 25, 2014
The days of work at Astronics were great, had to be in at 6:25am and out at 3:55pm, work every other Friday, and the Fridays you had to work you were out at 2:55, BBQs for lunch in the summer on every Thursday, paid plant shutdowns for Christmas, New years, and the 4 of July, and work parties were great.
I learned a lot about wires and soldering.
Co-workers were great besides your normal few who strive for drama and attention.
The hardest part about the job was learning the sheering booth, which took a little bit.
The most enjoyable part of the job is being in a fast paced place but being able to work at a comfortable speed for yourself
Pros
Good pay, great add-ons(free steeltoe boots, etc) great people
Cons
early mornings
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No raises
Employee (Former Employee) –  Orlando, FLJuly 25, 2013
No advancement in company. The management is terrible. The company puts too much workload with limited resources.
Pros
Good people to work with (co-workers)
Cons
Bad management
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Machinist (Former Employee) –  East Aurora, NYJune 13, 2013
made cockpit panels for aircraft carrier. I learned how the cockpit in aircrafts work
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Pressure from boss about speed.
Battery welder (Former Employee) –  Fort Lauderdale, FLMay 4, 2013
Sign in, clock in,Go to my machine and weld batteries together.Expected to keep up with some one who had been there for a year. I had been Welding three weeks. Wasn't given enough of a chance to build up speed.
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