Material Handler (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – September 5, 2017
I clock in at 8 clock assignment ened at 5. I unloaded trucks and wrap pallets also i had to take them to the designated area.over working at lsi was productive and fun they also have an awesome management team great place to work
Wheel Mechanic / Small Arms Repairman (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 1, 2016
At the time of my 2 year employment with the company overseas, their management team wasn't the greatest. The leadership took the enjoy of working away. The only joy was the mission of supporting the war fighters and trying to build a good working relationship with them by going the extra mile to keep them up and ready 24/7. I support the stateside company, but did not during that time support the overseas management of this company.
Co-workers, military support and and good benifits
Poor leadership on ground. They could have hired better managers.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Le Sueur, MN – July 6, 2016
not very helpful and to much gossip or talk about people very rude. Didn't mind working alone but when u had questions or was not sure on a part they were kind of rude and didn't really give you an answer. I learned all sort of different things. the hardest part of my job would have to be running jobs that has to much to do in way to little time. the most enjoyable thing at work for me was setting a goal of producing more parts from the last person with quality standards met always tried hard and got noticed a few times
I fully enjoyed working at LSI for 27 years. I enjoyed the people, my work, and management. When LSI was sold in 2013, the old management was replaced and customer service dropped and they downsized the labor force for both the plant and office. Our customers and vendors found working with LSI difficult. LSI is now out of business.
Staff ASIC Customer Engineer (Former Employee) – Waltham, MA – June 27, 2016
Worked with a great team of professions in a satellite office, and provided world-class ASIC solutions to a wide range of customers. The local management team was very skilled, and allowed engineers such as myself to lead projects, assist in pre-sales activities, and build strong relationships with customers and co-workers.
Flexible hours, challenging work, movement within company.
Upper management trimmed resources, especially in satellite offices, with the end result of getting acquired by another company.
Employee focused workplace with good health benefits
Internal Auditing Staff Auditor (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – April 19, 2016
LSI was a good place to work. The management really tried to focus on the well-being of the employee. The health benefits were very good at the time I was there. The work was challenging but my coworkers were very highly motivated and helpful in meeting those challenges.
Job was located in the glue room, gluing plastic to boards.
Production Assembler (Former Employee) – Plymouth, MN – March 9, 2016
My hours moved around a bit, but towards the end of my career, I worked from 2:30 PM until 11:00 PM. My job duties included driving a forklift, staging plastic, and helping others around the shop when in need.
From this job, I learned that in order to be a good team player, assisting others is important in order to complete the job. I also learned that putting forth my full effort makes for a better work experience.
The management was poor because the ordering was unsuccessful. This is because they would forget to order plastic, edge banding, bolts, and other materials. This made it hard to work when there was a shortage of supplies. This also made employees very frustrated and resulted in the loss of workers. With this, it made it hard to be motivated to go into work, which made it tough to put forth a full effort.