Best company in the industry; a privilege to work here
US Retail/Internet Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Boulder, CO – September 11, 2015
A growth Company with dynamic leadership and accountable middle management. A clear strategy and roadmap is adhered to and not deviated from in a highly competitive industry that relies on public and private reimbursement structure.
hired slave (Former Employee) – Boulder, CO – December 19, 2014
Get ready to be overworked for non-competitive salaries. This is a company that was on the fringes of bankruptcy. People try to backstab in order to get ahead... but since no one gets raises, it's pointless.
Really the worst experience I've ever had at a job. Avoid at all costs.
Prodution Assembly (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – February 25, 2014
The bottom line is the company wants more money for the product that they build.This is why they look to have more of their product built in their Mexico facility. Associates do not receive decent raises annually for cost of living expenses.
good people to work with
management threatens you that you may loose your job if you don't work harder.
Line assembler (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – June 12, 2013
Same work day in and day out. great co workers. management is the only problem. No room for advancement since leads and supervisors seem to have personal agendas going on. expect 11-13 an hour with a 15 cent raise each year
Production/ Assembly worker (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – April 9, 2015
I enjoyed working for Sunrise Medical nice quiet place to work. I've learned multiple job, got along with everyone nothing was to hard about the job. Went through two managers they both were nice gentleman.
enjoyed some of the perks
when people calls in and have to double up on jobs
Productive and had good experience on assembling power wheelchairs
Temporary Assignment (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – August 26, 2013
My typical day at work would be assembling all the parts for the power wheelchairs. The management should have better communication with their leads. My co-workers worked well with one another, we were always there to give each a hand when needed. The hardest part of this job would be being to read the blueprints and knowing what parts needs to go where. But once I got the hang of it, it got pretty easy. The enjoyable part of my job I would say was knowing that each power wheelchairs I assemble was going to use by someone that is in need of it.
the company had a lot of overtime
management did not work well with their leads as a team, the pay rate was too low for the work they expect you to do.
Very rewarding working with fabrication of wheelchairs
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Olathe, KS – April 5, 2012
Learned to be more patient with myself . Coworkers were great and talented. Management mentored on a daily basis and extremely fair with all levels of associates. Rewarding beyond belief on helping clients with disablities of this nature.
great talent of associates, management, flexiable in general
Electric Assembler (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – September 16, 2013
The work area is great, most employee are really friendly and management are good. I really enjoy working at this company. In this company when you have an idea and share your idea, they will give you a little profit.
Good place to work. Mgmt. was helpful and for the most part responsive.
Territory Manager (Former Employee) – Longmont, CO – August 23, 2013
sell, demonstrate durable medical equipment. Manage territory. Travel, attend trade shows; call on suppliers, distributors, therapists, and physicians; manage inventory; train users on equipment. I enjoyed making calls and prospecting.