Technical Support (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 16, 2017
Sometimes dull. Sometimes super-quick pace. If you can stick with it, you can go really far. Really enjoy the compressed work week. Clean-room environment is something you need to get use to, but drink your water and it is easy.
Compressed work week (12 hour days, 3-4 day work week)
short breaks, sometimes dull, sometimes super-quick pace
Hivac Technician (Former Employee) – Newport Beach, CA – July 18, 2016
A typical day at work involves general problem solving of tool issues as they arise, with maintenance of tools as they reach certain usage metrics. Management constantly ready to jump down throat if anything goes wrong, whether its employee's fault or not. Unrewarding work place that does not care about work force. Managers only care about profit margins, constantly talking about a debt they don't pay off. They're posting at least 77 million dollars in profit a quarter, but do not want to negotiate raises. Work is not difficult in itself, although difficult troubleshooting issues arise from time to time. Coworkers were nice, but as a young professional, I knew I was outside of their clique. I came across them talking about me behind my back a number of times, while I had the respect to not say anything negative about my coworkers to other coworkers. There was a large generational gap of at least thirty years, so I suppose it's not too surprising.
Photo/Fab Operator (Former Employee) – Newort Beach, Ca. – August 26, 2011
Opportunity for skills development in electronics tools operation is varried benefits are good and management is good. There is no job security even for employees with 10 years seniority due to deminishing customer orders.