Team Leader / Operator (Current Employee) – Cortland, NY – January 15, 2017
Under new management and there are a lot of changes going on. It seems like we are just a number. I love working with people, quality problems, safety concerns, getting customer orders out on time. The hardest part of the job is short lead times with no in house materials
Any Port Washington job is just temporary employment
Finance (Former Employee) – Port Washington, NY – December 16, 2014
CEO is only driven by greed and power as he off-shore jobs, crashes the economy and every week sends more employees to the unemployment line. The longer you have been there the more at risk you are. Benefits may sound good but even new employees are ushered out before they can be vested. Stock price and savings to the bottom line are all that matter to Pall.
High level employees are leaving as the writing on the wall becomes clearer every day. Even the CFO did not last two years - he offshored the US based Accounting / Finance jobs so can now collect his big bonus for 'restructuring' and head back to his previous employer.
If you are just looking for a paycheck and long hours, low moral and backstabbing does not matter then Pall may be a good starting point. Don't bring to many personal items with you as it will only take you longer to pack when you get the boot ......
Holiday shutdown - if you are there long enough to enjoy it.
Work / life balance, building is for rent as mgmt is closing the NY location, employees just waiting their turn to be laid off, terrible work atmosphere.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Ft. Myers, Florida – August 26, 2014
Stocked products for building filters. Received orders for ongoing jobs on the floor and pulled required stock to build elements. Entered all items that were pulled for orders into computer. Yearly inventory of the warehouse included setting up all areas and distributing to the co-workers. The hardest part of my job was getting the heavy pallets of stock to the floor from receiving to the warehouse for stocking. The most enjoyable was learning new skills and working with people who cred about their work.
Manufacturing Associate II (Current Employee) – 2118 greenspring drive timonuim – July 10, 2014
I produce and package filters for an on demand process for customers. Using a production order designed with customer qualifications and specifications for the type of filters they need. I learned how to operate a extrusion machine and use a pc to recover production orders from the applications provided. My co-workers all work in a team effect to provide quality filters to customers. The hardest part of this job is no modernize machinery. The most enjoyable part of the job is the employee programs they offer.
Former Employee (Former Employee) – Ft. Myers – April 4, 2014
We knew when the last management team came in from Illinois, they were the closers of our building. Lack of personal skills to speak to employees in passing. Pure ability to look you in the face and bold face lie to you. The overall would have been great IF only managers who had no clue about the product didn't try to force you to ship bad product to meet quota's.
Workload and resonsibilities were very heavy requiring much overtime. Finance department staff of 2 covered all Accounting. Compensation was good.
Cost Accounting Manager (Former Employee) – Hauppauge, NY – February 5, 2014
Reviewed workorder variances, monitored scrap, earned labor hours, costed new products, and attended daily manufacturing meetings. Learned about many applications available from SAP software. Also, employed many visual factory elements using SPC. Reported directly to the site controller while also keeping the plant manager informed. Co-workers were easy to work with, although many were burdened with multiple responsibilities. The most difficult task was to keep up to date with the financial needs and deadlines in a 2 person department.
Compensation was good, and additional training was available.