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Very Busy company
Assembler/Machine Operator (Former Employee), Brea, CAAugust 7, 2013
They are always on top of things. One of the best companies I have ever worked for. I operated machinery, assembled and inspect the finished product. Bristol Industries works for companies like Boeing.
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Short but Sweet Internship
Technical Internship (Former Employee), 111 W 16th AvenueMay 23, 2013
The work environment is great and the management is that of someone who is a leader, instead of just a "boss" if there was an open position when I was interning, I would have jumped on it faster than you can blink.
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Good Company to Work for
INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER (Current Employee), Brea, CAMay 3, 2013
I started working for At&t as an indirect sales rep. I other words I would be in charge a various retail location such as Staples, Best Buy, and Radio Shack. They have really good benefits, such as tuition reimbursement and paid vacation.
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Busy place with room for growth
Senior Sales Representative (Former Employee), Brea, CAApril 13, 2012
Pros: room for growth.
Cons: most senior employees made it hard for new
Administrating contracts, making negotiations, submitting proposals, quoting by fax and e-mail.I learned how to negotiate contracts, how to price manufactured parts. Management wasn't very savvy of the product and that was a set back to negotiations. My co-workers were very dedicated to their jobs. The hardest part of my job was to differentiate the – more... commercial parts from the military parts, but, that came with time and I finally learned the difference. The most enjoyable part was to deal with the customers and provide excellent customer service. – less