Sr. Warehouse Lead (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – September 19, 2017
Worklist/ picklist ready per employee when arriving to work ready for a successful day of fast quality productivity, supervising a full team providing tools need and attention needed to successfully complete their work as well as also manual labor when needed.
Systems Engineer (contractor) (Former Employee) – Melbourne, FL – August 23, 2017
Provided opportunity to learn new technology, skills. Project Engineers & managers over-extended. Difficult to get documents approved (due to over-extension above). Moving to new building with no offices (open floor plan). Leads do not micro-manage.
Free beverages, flexible hours
Poor Quality control, lack of engineering processes
Material Handler/Distribution Center (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA – August 15, 2017
Thales is a great company to work for. they have amazing 401k and benefits. i find with working in the delivery center there are not opportunities to grow. even when you take initiative and learn every aspect of the warehouse you are still not going to be promoted or given a raise anywhere in the near future. i think you work harder than you are compensated. its a great learning experience and great tools to keep with you when looking for your next job opportunity.
Director of Infrastructure & Network Operations (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – July 18, 2017
This business lines suffers from an identity crisis. Leadership wants to compete a commercial organization. However, processes are geared to government contractor business practices. On average it take between 24-36 months to get anything done.
Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Remote – June 12, 2017
French based. We are lowly colony. Focus on qtr-qtr, neglect future; they purchase the tech that they need/ no R&D; They are the BORG. They are huge outside of USA; here in USA they have the stigma of vastly foreign supplier.
Above average salary, sometimes
Management disconnected to future/ Merely watch Qtr-Qtr profit
Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA – June 6, 2017
The company was going through a lot of changes and implementation of new tools and processes. Had to quickly learn the new tools. This would sometimes mean late nights to make sure reports and other regular processes get done appropriately and on time.
Line Technician (Current Employee) – Jamaica, NY – June 2, 2017
Great place to work and learn about working Line Maintenance. My co-workers are an absolute pleasure to work with. Management could do a better job in listening and compensating their workers for the work they do. overall a good place to work.
MANAGER (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA – May 15, 2017
Very nice people to work with. Enjoyable atmosphere. People are not really held accountable. Management is not particularly trustworthy. HR used to be very good when they only had a few people. Now they have dozens and are really bad.
Lead Repair Technician (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – May 11, 2017
Developing a team and seeing them work through hardships was easily the best part of the job. The techs were great in that they helped each other often to get the job done. Working on the equipment has its own rewards. It would be the perfect job if the management knew how to respond and help their people. Instead, they look for any excuse to call their people failures. They're very difficult to work with because they are not open to ideas. It is very hard to develop and grow because of it. Their demeanor destroys creativity, initiative, and the will to go above and beyond.
technology (Current Employee) – Melbourne, FL – April 20, 2017
Good benefits, work with new technology. But company has had bad leadership which they are getting rid of now, we will have to see how that works out. They hire alot of contractors from india who have no idea what they are doing.