New company. Worked well at first but management was terrible.
Picker / Packer (Former Employee) – Colonial Heights, VA – July 12, 2017
Management and Team Lead was the worst I've ever experienced. New company, new problems within the first couple months. Both were replaced after 6 months. After the fact, we had a great crew. All in all I wish that I was still there. Unfortunately for me but fortunate for my husband, ( he became the manager ) the company did not allow family working together due to his new title. A typical day is to focus on making sure orders are shipped. Hardest part of the job was at times it was overwhelming the orders we needed to ship out.
Busy, good wages, busy every day, good company.
Some days are overwhelming with all the orders that needs to be shipped that day.
Manager (Former Employee) – Aliso Viejo, CA – July 31, 2017
Metagenics isn't a terrible place to work, provided you are in a lower level position.
Upper management is always in a constant state of "but, wait, let's try this" which causes lots of havoc on middle management. Provided you remain below that threshold, it's a nice, if not boring and predictable, working environment.
Sales Training Coordinator (Current Employee) – Aliso Viejo, CA – July 18, 2017
Metagenics is a great place to work. Most departments have opportunity for advancement. They have great benefits for there employees, and they have employee events that are fun to attend if you are in the home office.
Data Reviewer (Former Employee) – Aliso Viejo, CA – February 17, 2017
The project managers here are very intelligent and capable. Their creativity and collaborative nature made this an enjoyable work environment where all contributions were listened to and applied if valuable.
Contractor (Current Employee) – Aliso Viejo, CA – February 4, 2017
I like the company and they have a relaxed atmosphere. My supervisor is great and he does not micromanage. Great life/balance and the supervisor is very understanding of personal matters. I'm learning new applications and it is a challenge which I like. The hardest part of my job is working alone 90% of the day. I would like more interaction with the team. The most enjoyable part of my job would have to be that I work 8 hours and that there isn't any overtime.
I want to be hired on permanently, but I am a contractor.
Order Filler (Former Employee) – Lombard, IL – September 11, 2015
It was nice to work at different tasks, everyone was treated equal and the product was a great asset for the people that needed it. The corporate personnel treated you with respect and were very friendly
Nutrition Sales Representative (Former Employee) – CA – March 26, 2015
Great place to start a sales career. Management is inexperienced and often promoted to their level of incompetence - uneducated and inexperienced. Working 8 - 5 making sales calls then 2 hours of office work after hours is expected. Work weekends at seminars with no additional days off or pay.
Clinical Research Center- see patients for health reasons and subjects for clinical trials
Medical Research Assistant (Former Employee) – Gig Harbor, WA – April 10, 2014
Open up the Clinic (Functional Medicine Research Center, FMRC), check in patients or subjects perform vitals, weight and height the doctor will than see the patient or subject. If it is a trial subject depending on what visit, there could be fasting or non-fasting bloods scheduled at the time of their visit prior to seeing the doctor. If it is a patients being seen, bloods are drawn after their visit as needed. The Clinic does taste and tolerance studies on healthy subjects they are prescreened and quailified through BMI, vitals and bloods by an MD/ PI (principal investigator) for the study/ trial. The Clinic does Glycemic Index testing also quailified through BMI, vitals and bloods. This is a standard screening process. When I am not seeing patients/ subjects I am doing data entry, scheduling for up coming visits. I also do billing- paying outside vendors and ordering of checks for the subjects that participate in our studies or trials. I Absolutely love drawing blood, I started under a doctors care drawing blood in 2007 than in 2010 I went to Bates Community College to get Certified and a Phlebotomist. I do the processing for in-house and for out labs depending on what we are testing for at the time. My second most enjoyable part of my job definitely are the people I have meet along the way, our studies are any where form 3 months to 2 years (that is the longest) I get know everyone individually on a personal level and than I have to say good-bye. After reading a protocol (writen by the PI) I recruit subjects through news paper ads, radio and employee's also friendsmore... and family at Metagenics by sending out a company email. Than screening process starts for the subjects that would like to perticipate in the study if quailified per study, per protocol. I than create charts and start scheduling as needed. I see patients/ subjects daily, I do whatever is needed at the time.less
Business Process Analyst (Former Employee) – San Clemente, CA – July 9, 2012
Love the mission of the company and the people are great and enjoyable. The work was very challenging at times which is what I love and at other times, it was not. But that comes with the territory. Always learned something and brought value to my role and in return was compensated for it.
Packaging Line Production Worker (Former Employee) – Gig Harbor, WA – May 24, 2012
Punch into the clock and suit up in work uniforms. Go to production line to find out run for the day and do any prep work necessary. Management was easy to get along with. Co-workers were great to work with.