Food Safety Net Services Employee Reviews

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chemistry lab
chemistry tech (Current Employee), San Antonio, TxAugust 3, 2015
fast paced food testing lab. allows you to put your theory and academic background to the test. must keep up and be willing to work hard, self starters and self motivated individuals will do great here. must be able to work hard and work long hours when necessary. best part of the job is you'll never see the same thing two days in a row. great team of management and technical references to assist and help you grow professionally if you're willing to put in the time.
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Fast paced and non-stop environment
Helpdesk Coordinator (Current Employee), San Antonio, TXJune 26, 2015
Grown personally and professionally. Limited support where needed has caused me to jump in with two feet every day all day.
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Great workers, however...
Lead Shipping and Receiving Tech II (Former Employee), Grand Prairie, TXApril 15, 2015
Pros: Great co-workers
Cons: Poor management and corporate is all about $$$ and don't care about their workers
A good place to start, however, this place is not for a long term career. Just a stepping stone for the real world. Poor management team. Corporate is all about $$$ and they don't care about the workers. Too much work for very little compensation.Hard-working people are often overlooked which results in poor work morale.
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The people that works here is hardworking and need to be more appreciated.
Technicial I (Current Employee), Grand Prairie, TXMarch 10, 2015
Pros: benefits, nice co-workers
Cons: bad management
The work is overload. Many employees work over time. The hardest part of the job is when management expect too much and add more work but pay do not increase. Co-workers are amazing. All hardworking and fun to work with. All nice people.
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Very bad place to work...
Lab Tech (Former Employee), Green Bay, WIJanuary 27, 2015
Pros: boot camp for any other job out there.
Cons: long hours, low pay, bad environment, poor inexperienced management, greedy corporation, quantity over quality, high turn over rate, inexperienced coworkers, no discipline
Decent place to start... If you're a college student. Once you have your experience, get out, quick. The management is awful, neglectful and no one in upper management care about the concerns of the employees. Starting pay is low and don't expect any raises.

Started out as a log in tech and moved all through the company departments, but never got a word of gratitude. Worked around the clock for the company with no appreciation. Supervisors played favorites and never helped in the lab.

Very unethical company - they would lie straight to the clients' face and not feel any remorse, even when the clients found out... upper level management/corporate also played no part in creating an ethical workplace. They would just turn a blind eye to all that was going on and not discipline bad employees.

Work environment is quite disgusting, and probably dangerous, considering all of the chemicals you get exposed to. Management cut corners all around. It's always QUANTITY over QUALITY. Numbers mean everything to them, even if they have no quality or integrity in their work.
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gain lots of laboratory experience and perform a broad spectrum of testing
Main Lab Technician /Department Lead (Current Employee), Green Bay, WIJanuary 20, 2015
Pros: lots of oppertunity to learn alot about microbilogy
Cons: unpredictiable schedule, long hours, weekends and holidays, low wages
-working sparatic shifts
-learn about different microbiology methods for plating and qualitative methods of detection
-learn about quality and documentation pratices
-high turn over rate
-difficut management and management from corporate
-unprofessional
-enjoyable co-workers and team environment
-enjoyable work- rarely find yourself bored
-long hours, expected over time with little compensation
-not family oriented
-oppertunities to change positions or departments
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**RUN**
Microbiology Lab Technician (Former Employee), Covington, GAJanuary 3, 2015
Pros: good place to get experience for recent grads
Cons: the whole building
Terrible place to work with terrible management. Loud, unprofessional people will do well here. The absolute worse place to work. If you do work here, only stay for 6months. If you work here any longer you will be very depressed. Most of the people who work here are very sad and depress people and have no life. Get your experience and check and run. Management lies and lies and lies. The place is a nonstop shop for DRAMA. Long hours and mandatory overtime. You stand on your feet 100% of the day and breaks are looked down on. People are so silly here they crowned themselves on being able to stay here and "survive" but you don't have a life AT ALL! Throw getting married or dating out the window if you want to work here. Your face will break out and you will be come very frumpy looking.
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Not a good place to stay at for long. Extremely high turnover rate.
Laboratory Technician I (Dayshift crew) (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZDecember 30, 2014
Pros: hour lunch if you work day shift.
Cons: morale of company is low, overworked, favoritism..
This company has potential, however the management is not that great and you get overworked. Advancement is unbalanced, basically if you are kissing up to your bosses then you a shoe in for higher positions. It's extremely hard to get days off due to the company's policy Of having to give them a two week in advance notice for ONE day off. Favoritism is also a major problem with this company as well. If you are working night shift, you're completely ignored when it comes to advancement and getting days off because those that work day shift don't really want to cover you. Also look out for backstabbing from your fellow employees, just be sure to keep out of all the gossip no matter what. In conclusion, for recent graduates this company is a good to start off with but don't expect to make a career here I would highly suggest looking somewhere after you put your time in.
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Good Experience
Laboratory Technician (Former Employee), San Antonio TexasSeptember 23, 2014
Pros: good work environment, some job advancement
Cons: job advancement does not offer very good compensation for the extra duties
This job can have long work days, but the skills and knowledge you learn are valuable. Most of the lab technicians are hardworking and dedicated.
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Not a nice place to work
Laboratory Technician I (Current Employee), Grand Prairie, TXSeptember 17, 2014
Pros: free food
Cons: long hours, terrible management
Bad place to work, push employees over their limit. Never go home on-time. They don't work with emergencies. Get written up for little things.
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Long hours, lots of work, but lots of experience as well
Lab Assistant (Current Employee), Grand Prairie, TXSeptember 7, 2014
Pros: great benefits, great training
Cons: schedule, busy
This place keeps you on your toes which is a good thing and trains you very well. The scheduling is difficult to manage at times but it does work out sometimes. The pace is fast, which I enjoy. Great place to start out and continue if you want a future in Microbiology.
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good company to work for
Laboratory Technician III (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZMarch 10, 2014
good company to work for and gain experience. lacking some benefits
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The work environment is fun depending on the people you work with.
Laboratory Supervisor (Current Employee), San Antonio, TXFebruary 23, 2014
Working here is exciting, lots of room to learn. Work schedules start from 530 am to 130 am, depending which schedule you choose. You have to be self motivated to succeed at Food Safety Net Services.
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Good Company
Laboratory Manager/Ops Manager (Current Employee), Atlanta, GAFebruary 21, 2014
• Oversee management team and team development
• Mentoring and development of management staff
• Laboratory operations management
• Scheduling of departmental staff
• Management of client base
• Direct quality ISO 17025 (A2LA) program
• Yearly budgeting
• Oversee all Laboratory accreditation programs, Proficiency programs, and audits
• Review and approve laboratory expenditures
• Automated Rapid Assays platforms, BAX,GDS, Vidas
• Oversee all government, client, third part audits
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great clean place to learn
Lab Technician (Current Employee), Covington, GANovember 16, 2013
Pros: good a team to work with
Cons: late hour shifts
A typical work date consist of a number of customer's orders, each test ask for different pathogens.
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horrible work place
W. Rhapsody, Lead Lab Tech (Current Employee), san antonioNovember 7, 2013
Pros: hour lunch
Cons: everything you can imagine
long hours, horrible management. the employees who work their are all selfish.
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Fun place to work with good people
Logistics Supervisor (Former Employee), Grand Prairie, TXNovember 4, 2013
Pros: free food, good benefits.
A day here was always busy and it took hard work to complete my daily tasks. I learned a lot through the good management team we had in place. I enjoyed working with our clients on a daily basis.
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have to work weekends/nights
Laboratory Technician (Former Employee), Green Bay, WIJuly 5, 2013
This was a fun place to work. But they pay wasn't much and the lab had to work on the clock. Weekends and late nights are required.
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Great starting job
Lab Technician II Main Lab Lead (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZFebruary 18, 2013
Pros: provide lunch once a month
Cons: healthcare is an arm and leg.
The job is very overwhelming and mainly based off of efficiency. It tends to over work their employees who are on salary and never satisfied because they are not efficient enough. It is a great job for someone who does not have an outside life.
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Respect In the Workplace
Data Entry Technician (Former Employee), Green Bay, WIJanuary 17, 2013
Pros: can give you a new start after years of not being employed.
Cons: not eoungh pay for the physical demands of this position.
First let me say that FSNS gave me another start in the job market. I enjoyed my postion in the company but there was a lot of disrespect on the parts of some people choosen for the role of supervisiors. I think these people forget that people are human and have feeling. No supervisor should take down to the people they are to oversee.

The hardest part of the job was the heavy lifting on a day to day basic. The most enjoyable part of the job was having co-works help with what was not taught in the training process. I can say I did learn a lot about viruses and what it takes to detect them with the correct chemicals.
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