Development Engineer (Current Employee) – charlton Ma – July 24, 2015
The company has a nice environment however sales have been soft and the future is not certain. Incom manufactures products that are used in medical, scientific, defense and gaming markets. They manufacture fused fiber optics and glass microstructures.
Inspection, Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Charlton, MA – February 1, 2015
Do Not Apply. You will always start as a Temp worker, with Very Low Pay, No Benefits. You will work with leaded glass ( Hazardous Material ) No air conditioning, very hot. Very old equipment. Management has there favorites, so beware of back stabbing. Be on the lookout for cameras, as they are everywhere. Managers monitor you daily work output, so if you don't meet the daily quota you will be gone.
Manufacturing Mechanic (Former Employee) – Charlton, MA – March 16, 2014
Specific working shifts. There were nothing new for me. As manufacturing technician I was doing what I used to supervised. Good opportunity to share with co-workers and know from the floor how they feel and take notes that I could apply working on higher positions. It was hard work on a lower level, where the responsibilities are less. I really appreciated what I learned from others employees and co-workers that sometimes you can't see from higher levels of supervision.
I learned the employees point of view from other site.
Fiber Optic Draw Tower Operator (Former Employee) – Charlton, MA – January 8, 2014
Working as a temp I was unfortunate to not be selected to work there full time. Work was structured and you knew what you had to get done. There were no excuses. I learned many procedures for glass creation and fiber optic production. Management when I was there was unruly at best. The two in particular was a narcotic addicted supervisor and a uninvolved manager. All but one of my co-workers was professional which made interactions mature and responsive. Hardest part of the job was leaving. Temp jobs are harming the employee/company relationship. The most enjoyable part of the job was the satisfaction of knowing your involvement created the fiber optic cables needed and that they were acceptable.
Clean working environment. Steady work.
Machines not always maintained and safety proceedures not always enforced.