Sales (Former Employee) – Pompano Beach, FL – October 2, 2015
Good company with great products. Difficult to understand the computer system and hard to work with. Received very little training on the system and work flow was not outlined clearly. Too many people to know who to deal with.
HR Generalist (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – October 14, 2014
This was my first job out of college and It wasn't a good experience for me or any of the other four I worked with during my time there. Just pass on this one if you have a college degree. There are better companies to work for as far as fara as company culture and raises are concerned.
Oveall, the experience and growth in my career has been positive.
Microbiology Lab Manager (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – July 16, 2014
Busy and productive. I liked my colleagues and co workers. The lab and equipment were state of the art. I love Microbiology and after 16+ years I feel that I am pretty good at what I do. Most of my day is spent managing the everyday lab processes and trouble shooting complicated sample matrices for testing. Our group worked closely with other groups to strategize solutions for environmental issues, safety issues, and testing issues. I learned a lot about management and team building and became a great Microbiologist. The hardest part of the job is keeping up with daily operations and integrating new technologies but this was also what made my job enjoyable.
I learned a lot about food microbiology and QC environments.
Looking for an environment where I can advance my career.
Not a serious career, which has its pros and cons.
Science (Former Employee) – Ogden Utah – February 28, 2012
This company is not about serious progress. It is merely an expensive hobby for the owner. No mission statement. Education is valued there. Great place for a new graduate to transition, but don't get comfortable.
40 hour work weeks. no more
no incentives, no gratitude, no reason to rise to your potential.