It will be impossible to keep my negative comments to a minimum. What I have learned about this company is they keep their overhead down by hiring the unskilled. The employees remain that way for the most part due to Crestron’s lack of training. They have developed a blind leading the blind method of teaching their production staff how to efficiently do their jobs. Everyone that works there is overworked. The morale on the production end is horrible. When they’re not treating their production staff as if they’re in elementary school there treating them as if they are in the military. Most production employees are just there to get a paycheck. Management does little to boost morale there unless it entirely to their benefit. As far as management goes it’s a work in progress. A young company who seems at most times to be learning how to deal with its employees by trial and error. More error than trial. There too busy trying to remain cutting edge to pay attention to what is going on around them internally. It’s one of those cover you’re a** environments. Instead of everyone working together it’s back stabbing incorporated. Poor communication between departments that causes constant mishaps that are totally avoidable.
You can look at this review as if I’m just another disgruntled employee or you can just see it as someone being honest. You work there then you decide.