Find companies:
Raydon
Job Work/Life Balance
Compensation/Benefits
Job Security/Advancement
Management
Job Culture
3 reviews

Raydon Employer Reviews

Company Attributes

  • Job Work/Life Balance
  • Compensation/Benefits
  • Job Security/Advancement
  • Management
  • Job Culture
Job Work/Life Balance
Compensation/Benefits
Job Security/Advancement
Management
Job Culture
Company That Is Very Immature and Plays Favorites vs. Skill of Employee
Product Development Test Technician III. (Former Employee), Port Orange, FLJuly 9, 2012
Pros: benefits
Cons: inbred, poor management, poor communication between departments
An inbred company with a lot of growing up to do. Managers support their "inner circle" even though the quality of work performed by the inner circle was often inferior to those not in the circle. Management repeatably under estimated time to development and promised the customer systems would be fully functional but were not. Very much of a "We'll – more... fix it later." attitude. The lack of planning would make employees work nights and weekends to make the schedule set up.
Communications within a department and between departments was spotty at best and numerous times the system being tested was altered without informing the Test Lead causing countless hours of additional debug and workarounds. Hardware was often removed without informing the Test Leads also. – less
Job Work/Life Balance
Compensation/Benefits
Job Security/Advancement
Management
Job Culture
Good ole boys club if your in it is OK but if your an outsider good luck
Product Development Test Technician III. Duties (Former Employee), Port Orange, FLMay 21, 2012
Pros: benefits
Cons: scheduling of testing, time allocated for testing, lack of documentation and follow-up
A company that has a lot of professional growing up to do.
On numerous occasion equipment required for testing would be "borrowed" without informing of such activity and computer files would be edited without informing the test lead.
Testing was haphazard and people helped themselves to systems under test without informing the test lead. The result – more... is test plans and activities had to be constantly adjusted. Most of the time the result was final test would require working nights and or weekends to make up the lost time due to the confusion created by lack of communication.
The manager of the testing department was very biased with those under him. He definitely had favorites and you knew it. – less