Machine Operator (Former Employee), VA – May 19, 2012
Pros: very nice place to work.
Cons: rotating shift
It was a great place to work always plenty of work to do. Their is alway thing to learn about your job better and quicker but safe way to do your job. Just like evervy where management is the same your good and the bad, their was some of the best people to work with enjoyed working with them. There wasn't really any thing hard, it was a very safe place – more... to work and good people. – less
Process Specialist (Former Employee), Tonawanda, NY – June 10, 2013
Pros: great pay.
Cons: job security
DuPont was a great place to work. The pay was amazing and the hours were definitely easy to work through. Although management structure wasn't amazing, overall I would rate my time there as a positive experience.
Welder/Fitter (Former Employee), Memphis, TN – June 7, 2013
Pros: good money, ok benefits.
Cons: no place for advancement.
Dupont is a large company and being part of a large company, you tend to get lost in the shuffle. People didn't talk much and it reminded me of worker ants falling in line to do their job and there was always tension in the air. I love welding but that was not a job i enjoyed.
Laid-back work environment, great management, enjoyable work.
R&D Laboratory Technician (Former Employee), Wilmington, DE – June 3, 2013
Pros: diversity of work and flexible schedule.
Cons: pay, lack of benefits, not treated as a valuable employee.
I worked at two different sites, with my time split equally. At one site I worked alone in the fuel aging lab performing maintenance of test specimens and reporting data from testing. At the other site I was part of a team and performed instrumental analysis on polymers and reported the data. The majority of my co-workers were friendly and pleasant – more... to work with. Direct management were all a pleasure to work for. The hardest part of the job was being a contractor. I worked side by side with people earning more than twice my salary and I often did more work than they did. I did not have any paid vacation or sick days and was not eligible for any company recognition for my work because I was a contractor. I was promised a raise after one year but that did not occur. I enjoyed the flexibility in my schedule, the laid back atmosphere, and the diversity of my work. – less
Had a good career and experience with DuPont Diagnostics
Manager Marketing Information, Product Manager (Former Employee), Glasgow, DE – May 30, 2013
Pros: excellent career company
Cons: dupont divested the medical products business
Started in medical diagnostics field sales calling on hospitals and clinical laboratories. After several moves I relocated to the main Delaware office and developed and performed Sales Product Training. Also did customer training. My resume has more detail.
I thoroughly enjoyed my jobs and representing DuPont and our medical diagnostic product internationally – more... in India, Australia, Singapore, Amsterdam, and Canada.
DuPont was a great career company prior to the sale of the medical products division to Dade Behring and their subsequent bankruptcy. – less
Painter (Former Employee), Fayteville North Carolina – May 16, 2013
Pros: safe work enviroment
Cons: it was only temp job only last up to a year
First we would do early morning work out. It was allot of stairs so the company policy was for us to stay fit. After workout we get our assigments. My job was to paint so they would give me area that the company need to painted. i would go over my work area to make sure it was safe for me and people around me to work at and paint designeted area.
Lab Technician (Former Employee), Mount Clemens, MI – March 27, 2013
very enjoyable job. Co workers became and still are close personal friends still. Every day was different because of the nature of the work which made it exciting and new most of the time. I learned a great deal of different testing methods, some of which were boring and tedious but for the most part it was nice. There were a couple of managers that – more... I didn't get along with but all of my immediate supervisors over the years were great and am still in touch with a couple of them. – less
operator (Former Employee), Louisville, KY – February 20, 2013
Pros: money was good
Cons: chemicals, outside in all kinds of weather
Worked there for thirty years. Company shut plant down and left a lot of good people short on retirement. very little assistance in moving to job openings on other side of plant. Money was good. 24/7 operation including all holidays. missed a lot of family time, kids growing up because of shift work, unable to get time off or vacation time.