Refurbisher (Former Employee) – Denville, NJ – June 1, 2017
The company would refurbish Texas Instrument printers that came off of lease. I was in charge of taking all of the good parts such as sensors so the technicians had parts to fix printers that didn't work.
I got to tear apart machnes
Some of the people were not very friendly, and my boss's boss was not a very nice man.
CNS (Current Employee) – Leander, TX – May 22, 2016
I like being busy from the time I clock in to the time I clock out. I have learned how the cafeteria works in many different areas and I have enjoyed working with some of the other employees. Management is good, listened to concerns and addressed issues that have come up. Co-workers are for the most part fun to work with and helpful. The only down side is there no work on days there is no school.
It's okay at times you have your good and bad days but its very stressful workplace. The hardest thing documentation everything your patient when you have more than two patients to take care of and sometimes you have to wait 30 minutes or longer if they're short on staff or just too busy.
Production Technician (Current Employee) – Amarillo, TX – July 8, 2015
Great experience, great group of close knit people and teams, management is great to get along with, with minor hiccups here and there. Most enjoyable part of my day is the comradery of the people and friendships.