Ship/Rec/ Stores Clerk III (Former Employee) – Joliet, IL – January 13, 2018
Only thing I loved was the pay. Management don't know how to operate the facility. This company didn't value their employees and show favoritism. Management was two faced and gossip about the employees personal business. Break rooms were nasty I ate in my car.
Advanced Manufacturing Engineer (contract) (Former Employee) – North Haven, CT – January 11, 2018
• Coordinated with cross functional team across business units for gap analysis and took commitment from project performance team for standardization and compliance in projects • Developed procedures, check lists, measurement test reports, formats, and templates for pre-production product requirements
Worked closely with other engineers to develop new surgical instrument
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Joliet, IL – January 11, 2018
Company used to be everything a warehouse employee would want until the merging with Medtronic. Employees lost all perks and incentives, and along with that, management went to an all time low. They didn't know how to run the company, didn't value their employees, and were absolutely clueless on in-house procedures.
Quality Control Lead (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – December 30, 2017
Early in the morning check walk in to my line to verify calibration equipments, machine and tools. I learn something new everyday. Have good communication with my people is the way to work. Probably hardest part of my current job was the hours amount that i work. Loved my job.
Free lunch when we worked 12+ hours shift
Yes very short breaks for the amount of hours worked
Production Supervisor TED and PTC (Former Employee) – Seneca, SC – November 22, 2017
A typical day was fast-paced and self guided. I created my own workflow and structure. Management was always available but not overbearing in any way. There was a high degree of communication and trust in management levels. As Buyer/Planner I learned to work effectively in teams, to manage purchasing with an $8 million budget, to schedule fast-paced work for 2 departments, to negotiate with vendors for cost savings projects, to find and lead my own CI projects, including managing controlled documents. As Production Supervisor I learned excellent people skills, how to get the best performance from my employees, and I created and managed a labor tracking tool for my department. I most enjoyed the opportunity to learn from amazing performers while honing my skills in a high-accountability environment. The company moved operations to Costa Rica and is no longer open in Seneca.
Its ok if you stick to your job and not worry about whats going on around you
Worker (Former Employee) – DeLand, FL – November 18, 2017
I felt that they were more political and the way they rated your performance based on a point system was wrong. There was a lack of communication everytime the company was bought which was three times in my tenure there.
Quality Assurance Technician (Former Employee) – North Haven, CT – November 13, 2017
I learned about quality standers. The day at work was well schedule. Management was helpful and gave me new opportunities to learn. The harder part of my job was no benefits. Most enjoyable was work with everyone.
Material Inspector (Former Employee) – Greenwood, SC – November 10, 2017
Great place to work just faced paced but over all very competitive and clean place to work. The only bad thing is I had no benefits for being a temp and very slow of hiring you in for full time position.
Senior Data System Architect and Engineer (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – November 10, 2017
This company dipped its toe into business intelligence, and didn't have a clue what it was doing. It eliminated its R&D efforts in BI when a new CEO came in, and despite our projects success, the company terminated the whole shebang.