Technician (Former Employee) – Burnsville, MN – June 11, 2017
Worked on priorities. Learned about their products. Management can be unyielding and strict. Get the job done and go home Hard to have to work closely with experts that live in a different state. Lunch breaks and leaving at the end of the day were the best part of my job.
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Lancaster, PA – February 23, 2015
We are now just a distribution center, manufacturing was moved from this site about 3 years ago. At this point in time I am a re-stocker operating a swing reach piece of equipment to put away and to replenish active pick locations. Pick, pack ship is what we do now. I have learned in the inspection environment how to read parts drawings and determine what measuring tools to use to take measurements. This includes CMM and optical comparator equipment. Record keeping tracking supplier history, working with engineers on inspection of new or changed parts record exact readings to determine if parts are ok to use in production. In the warehouse environment learned to home product to proper active location according to product line, size and fit to active location zones. Learned inventory process doing a wall to wall inventory activity each year. The hardest part of the job at this time would be the weight of some of the product often stacked high and difficult to bring down from overhead. I have learned to operate the swing reach, tow motor and a wave all pieces require training and recertification as required. I enjoy most of my co-workers many of us have worked together many years. I work ok with the management team. The reason for my job search is my location is moving to another state and moving to that state was not an option. I will be without work sometime in April in May at which time I am available for new opportunities for both myself and a new employer. The company did offer very hourly wage rate, benefits, vacation time and overtime was available. It is a good companymore... to work for.less
We have a Cares team so we get perks at times, we have a saftey team co we are in a safe workplace, it is clean, warm and have AC.
I don't care to make any negative statements because the pluses just far out weigh any negative.
MICROWAVE ENGINEER COOP (Former Employee) – Fairport, NY – December 22, 2014
Great co-workers, highly skilled with HFSS and SolidWorks. Experts in RF as well as mechanical, plus expert in Labview development Management can be a bit uptight, and try to maximize every bit of performance out of a product, without really doing a redesign that's overdue.
MP Warehouse Team Lead (Former Employee) – Morrilton, AR – April 14, 2014
My almost 8 years I was employed with Bosch, I held several positions gaining a considerable amount of knowledge with each position. My manager had the confidence in me helped me broaden my experience in leadership roles.
The company is steeped in beauracracy. It is difficult to make a decision without getting multiple approvals. Business moves very slow and the company is antiquated. The company is micro-managed by the German parent company whose representatives are not often present.
Electrical Engineer (Current Employee) – Lancaster, PA – April 3, 2013
You are expected to be there from 8AM to 5PM. There isn't much flexibility with your work hours. It is a very strict work place with a lot of protocols to follow. The good part is that they don't expect you to work overtime, or spend long hours outside of working hours. The bad thing is that they have too many rules in place and the pay is low.