Fraen isn't GE or Raytheon, but it's been in business for decades, and is a very stable place to work. As a smaller company, I have much broader responsibilities than my ME friends at large companies, who do the same thing over and over again with little exposure to the overall programs.
Fraen employees must be willing to take on additional responsibilities from time to time as part of a team, but I've learned a lot since I've been here.
Fraen's facility is old, but a lot of its equipment is new, and it seems to be expanding each year. I've sensed (but haven't been told) there is a steady increase in their business.
Steady work, nice people, lots of responsibility
Outdated building, limited review process and management communications