Software andQuality Assurance Expert (Former Employee) – Redmond, WA – January 3, 2018
Working for Fluke would be Great company and business to work for in Washington State. I would be a great employee and will work hard to ensure compliance to all business roles and activities. Working Quality will be a great challenge. Remember "Quality First". After looking at this company I see great opportunities for me to work for this great and productive company. It seems like the management team is great to work with and I can provide expertise in all Quality Tasks and Activities.
Confidential (Former Employee) – Everett, WA – October 29, 2017
I interacted daily with the top executives, and it is a politically charged, cutthroat environment. There is blatant favoritism at the top level. Extremely hostile work place with no accountability whatsoever towards leadership's behavior. HR is totally ineffective and has no empowerment to enact any changes. No matter how hard people work it is never enough.
Electronic Technician (Current Employee) – Everett, WA – August 30, 2017
I enjoy working at Fluke. There is a light and laid back atmosphere. And the people that work there are very friendly and down to earth. But the paid scales and advancement opportunities are few and far between.
Facade of employee engagement hiding cliquish hyper-political enviroment
Operations Analyst (Current Employee) – Everett, WA – August 30, 2017
If you love monthly and quarterly cyclical prioritization stress, this is the place for you... If you love the feel of revenue hypocrisy trumping real kaizen philosophy, this is the place for you... If you love pseudo-lean manufacturing and blind data worship overshadowed by Wall Street, this is the place for you... If you can check your manufacturing soul at the door, this is the place for you...
Generous paid vacation
Poor healthcare provider options, excessive overtime, Wall Street hypocrisy
Plesant team work environment, Good benefits, set hours and weekends off. Organized for optimal work flow without scrambling around to different work
Assembler II (Former Employee) – Everett, WA – March 8, 2017
Review drawings, organize work station and inspect components for proper values. Begin a push assemble line following the pace of the lead. PCBs are then lined into a flow solder machine. As the assembled and soldered boards come off machine you place them into a rinsing basket for ultrasonic cleaning. Clipping, 1st inspection and touch-up are the next stop for the PCB. Another ultrasonic wash then off to final inspection. Learned the many facets of electrical assembly. How to interpret the drawings, read work orders, what tools are needed and how to use them. Hand soldering and how to avoid 'cold joints', and what to look for during inspection and how to fix it without doing damage to the lamination or traces of the board. Management from department to department was fairly seamless. The culture and environment was positive and encouraging. The only hard part of the job was when more than three people were out for the day we all had to do two or more sets than usual, most of the time that left us behind for the next day or two. I loved the times we 'played' word games while on the line.
Benefits, pleasant work environment, good teamwork, encouragement from management
needed further electronic education to move forward
Manufacturing Engineer (Former Employee) – Everett, WA – June 6, 2015
I left this position recently. I would not recommend this position due to the massive workload and ever shifting priorities. The internal clicks make collaboration impossible. These issues make this position impossible to do anything adequately. Great job if you are looking to get the experience on your resume for the next move but not a long term career.
This job provided the option of ample overtime and was a fast paced environment.
Assembly Worker (Former Employee) – Everett, WA – June 6, 2014
My experience working at Fluke was overall very positive. I enjoyed how hands on this job was and the use of various tools it required. I learned how to work in a fast paced and demanding environment and meet the hourly quota expected. My favorite part of this job would be my co-workers. They were unique, inviting and very easy to work with.
Owner/Operator (Current Employee) – Montgomery, IL – March 27, 2014
Most days involve sales and service related to the home.
- Home Maintenance & Repairs Owner/Operator - Sales, service and contracting - Services include landscaping and turf management, brick patios and walks, retaining walls. As well as drywall and painting, deck power washing along with construction and sealing, siding maintenance & snow removal since 1988
I learned that I can create a business out of nothing Self Managed Only required to have day help on occasion The hardest part of the job was winters, seasonal work Most enjoyable part was my daily contact with customers