Guia de linea (Former Employee) – Mexicali, BCN – September 20, 2012
aprendes a llenar y manejar mucha documentación, a realizar balances de linea, a relacionarte con la gente y sobrellevar la linea,la parte mas difícil del trabajo es la gente,la gerencia es muy exigente y no hay oportunidad de seguir creciendo, las evaluaciones tardan mucho en llegar.Lo que mas me gusta de mi trabajo es mi puesto por que tengo oportunidad de aprender y adquirir experiencia para poder buscar un empleo mejor. con mis compañeras me llevo bien aunque hay algunas que en vez de ayudarte tratan de sabotear tu trabajo con malos comentarios,o simplemente no se quieren apoyar unas con otras.respecto a los supervisores hay unos buenísimos pero también hay quienes creen que lo saben todo y se sienten mas que otros y en realidad no tienen ni la mas remota idea de lo que están haciendo,siento que lo que hace falta es que den mas entrenamientos tanto para guias como para supervisores respecto al manejo de la gente.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – May 31, 2017
One of the worst companies I've worked for. Poor management and poor training program. My supervisor literally threw me with people who didn't know English and expected me to learn. My supervisor himself browsed the web all day and was on the phone literally all day with his wife. Boring place and really cheap pay.
Productive and fun workplace with intelligent co-workers
Clinical Lab Assistant (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA – March 29, 2016
A typical day at works involves a lot of subject interaction and use of medical equipments such as leads, blood pressure cuffs, running blood samples, and placing finger sensors. Working here has taught me to be extremely detail oriented and aware of what goes on in my surroundings. It has also allowed me to have intellectual conversations with physicians and nurses who work alongside me. The most enjoyable part of my job is working with intelligent people who challenge me to learn more.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – December 16, 2015
I worked on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night from 4 pm to 4 am. I have learned how to operate and fix machines. Otherwise, in this job, I needed to manage the time. The goal is testing as many electrical parts as I could. The hardest and the most enjoyable part of the job are troubleshooting and fixing machines. It's pretty hard at first, but after one week, I can run it smoothly. My co-workers are friendly, we just were 4 people in my shift.
Clinical Specialist (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – June 16, 2014
After working as a Respiratory Therapist for years, I thought I hit the jackpot with a Clinical Specialist position. I quickly learned that I made a huge mistake taking this position. First and foremost, the job specifications were grossly mislead in all my interviews. If you take this position, you'll never be home. Second, I was warned by a coworker to not trust anyone. And I found out quickly, these people will lie, cheat and do whatever they have to, to advance themselves. They will bold face lie to you, give you wrong information, so you make mistakes to make themselves look better. You really can't trust anyone. It's like working with a pack of wolves. That includes management, who play favorites and talk behind your back. This company knows it has issues, evidenced by the 1+ hour exit interview that HR was begging to know why I left and admitted they can't keep anyone. This was, by far, one of my worst experiences ever. Not worth the money or headache....much rather stay bedside.
Clinical Specialist (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – February 19, 2014
Enjoyed my work immensely. Did not enjoy the politics or nepotism at all. The products are amazing, the Clinical Specialist team as a whole is great but a few really bad apples spoil the bunch. The VP talks a great game but is basically full of it. The new structure with regional managers is a joke, its more about who you are friends with then who is qualified. The pay is good, the benefits are too. But the gossip and rumors are out of control. Sad, I planned to spend my career with them but too much drama.