You can get a lot of experience and do something new
Engineer (Current Employee) – Rochester Hills, MI – January 23, 2017
There is so much opportunity with the company. You can do new things and gain experience that you wouldn't get anywhere else. The hardest part about working here is keeping up with the workload. The best is that with a smaller (growing) company, you are close with the team and learn to support each other so everybody succeeds.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Cazenovia, NY – September 15, 2016
They work with many different power tools and countries they are always doing different things with outside companies it's a great place for some one who is wanting to build a career 401 is good benefits are excellent
Warehouse Lead (Former Employee) – Cazenovia, NY – July 13, 2016
The hours are long for me anyway i put in a lot of overtime i loved working there it was fun and always something to do. the job was very fast paced and the people that i worked with were a good bunch of pepole.
Mechanical Design Engineer Intern (Former Employee) – Cazenovia, NY – April 24, 2016
A typical day for me would entail to going to the morning meeting, entailing of problems from the night before (24 hour facility). I would then in an hour go to another meeting where people of different departments would communicate with each other about problems and what was done yesterday or last week. That would for most days be the last meeting and I would sit at my desk and work on the fixtures. All co-workers were great, respectful, and helpful.
Production Associate (Former Employee) – Cazenovia, NY – April 7, 2016
i like to work with no hesitation not being shy or anything i believe if you want the Money you have to work for it. there are hard time working in places but when you work hard the achievement will be much softer for rest of you're life.
I liked this place. Then one day asked supervisor how I was doing and if there was anything that I needed to improve on in doing my job better. She told me that there wasn't anything I needed to change or improve on as I was preforming my job duties running the SMT line 100% of expected and even exceeding their initial expectations on the job. Two hours later, they came and took me outside the area and informed me that I was being let go for "performance issues". I asked him what he meant and he told me all he was told was that I wasn't preforming up to expectations or getting out the quanity of product that they wanted and that I was being let go for it. I told him about what I asked the supervisor earlier that day on it and her reply. He understood but was just doing what he was told. Asked if I could talk to someone and defend my case but was informed that there wasn't and I was being let go. Perhaps I cut my own throat by asking my direct supervisor about my job performance and trying to improve it even more, but if you're not allowed to ask questions or get feedback from those above you on same....then what's wrong with this company?.... Do yourself a favor people....DO NOT apply at this company. They'll use you, promise you it's a LONG TERM job and then toss you away once done with you or if you dare to question them on anything; even your performance. If you're thinking I'm still upset about it...the answer is yes. I'm just giving you fair warning on this place...the way you take it or what you do is your call....don't say I didn't warn you if you still apply here.more... I've talked to several people that have worked there;2 on the same SMT line, and they all told me simuliar stories to mine and would never refer ANYONE to work there as well. You've been duly warned....good luck.less
the job has potential
management lies to face, lets you go if ask for feedback on improving performance
Molding department (Current Employee) – Cazenovia Ny – July 29, 2015
Management can take more of an understanding how much the molding department has to do. I feel like we get swept under a rug cause everyone thinks the job is cake and all molding does is label bins and ship out finished product. When there is so much more to the job with audits every hour many mold changes including cleaning the whole press of resin, runners, molded parts, paperwork then turning around and putting new resin in, new paperwork and keeping up with 7 other presses and making sure everything is clean and swept, answering all alarms. It can be very hectic and it being 100 degrees in molding doesn't help! Its a good company and good job as long as your super motivated. Management just needs better knowledge on how much molding actually does and goes through on a daily bases! Pay isn't bad but could be better! Everyone in molding cares and loves the job! Molding just needs to know there more appreciated!!
always moving around never in one spot! Vacation up front. lots of friendly people!
Certain departments not treated as well as other departments!
Great place to work, friendly people, and great atmosphere.
Electrical Engineering Intern (Former Employee) – Cazenovia, NY – June 2, 2015
After a couple weeks of being "babysitted" as the intern, I was given quite a lot of autonomy and I'd get into work and jump into what I was doing. All of my questions were quickly answered and the fellow engineers were very knowledgeable. I learned a lot about the R&D lifecycle of a product and learned so much about what I'm looking for in a job. I was a pretty green student at this point, but I learned a lot on the job and was able to pick up quickly on everything and learning the software and equipment in the lab with the help of the senior engineers. They were very patient with me and I appreciated this a lot.
Autonomy, great coworkers, great management, friendly people